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WATER RESOURCES 
ABSTRACTS 






A Semimonthly Publication of the Water Resources Scientific Information Center, 

Office of Water Research and Technology, 

U.S. Department of the Interior 



ANNUAL CUMULATED INDEXES TO VOLUME 13, 1980 



PART 2 



SUBJECT 




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PREFACE 



Selected Water Resources Abstracts, a 
semimonthly journal, includes abstracts of 
current and earlier pertinent monographs, journal 
articles, reports, and other publication formats. 
These documents cover water resources as treated 
in the life, physical, and social sciences and the 
related engineering and legal aspects of the charac- 
teristics, supply condition, conservation, control, 
use, or management of water resources. Each 
abstract includes a full bibliographic citation and a 
set of descriptors which are listed in the Water 
Resources Thesaurus. The abstract entries are 
classified into 10 fields and 60 groups similar to the 
water resources research categories established by 
the Committee on Water Resources Research of the 
then Federal Council for Science and Technology. 

Selected Water Resources Abstracts is designed to 
serve the scientific and technical information needs 
of scientists, engineers, and managers as one of 



several services of the Office of Water Research and 
Technology. The cumlative SWRA file from 1968 and 
montlhy updates are available also in magnetic tape 
through lease from NTIS. 

THE OFFICE OF WATER RESEARCH AND 
TECHNOLOGY DOES NOT PROVIDE COPIES OF 
DOCUMENTS ABSTRACTED IN THIS JOURNAL. 
Sufficient bibliographic information is given to 
enable readers to order the desired documents from 
local libraries or other sources. 

Comments and suggestions concerning the contents 
and arrangement of this bulletin are welcome. 



Office of Water Research and Technology 

U.S. Department of the Interior 

Washington, D.C. 20240 



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CENTERS OF COMPETENCE 
AND THEIR SUBJECT COVERAGE 

. Ground and surface water hydrology at the Illinois State Water Survey. 

. Metropolitan water resources planning and management at the Center for Urban and 
Regional Studies of University of North Carolina. 

. Eastern United States water law at the College of Law of the University of Florida. 

. Policy models of water resources systems at the Department of Water Resources 
Engineering of Cornell University. 

. Water resources economics at the Water Resources Center of the University of Wisconsin. 

. Eutrophication at the Water Resources Center of the University of Wisconsin. 

. Water resources of arid lands at the Office of And Lands Studies of the University of Arizona. 

. Water well construction technology at the National Water Well Association. 

. Water-related aspects of nuclear radiation and safety at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. 

. Water resource aspects of the pulp and paper industry at the Institute of Paper Chemistry. 



Supported by the Environmental Protection Agency in cooperation with 
WRSIC 

. Effect on water quality of irrigation return flows at the Department of Agricultural Engineering 
of Colorado State University. 

. Agricultural livestock waste at East Central State College, Oklahoma. 

. Municipal wastewater treatment technology at the Franklin Institute Research Laboratories. 



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A NOTE ON THE INDEXES . . . 



This cumulation is an index of SUBJECTS appearing in the 1980 issue of SELECTED 
WATER RESOURCES ABSTRACTS. A table is provided below to facilitate the location 
of abstracts. 

Inclusive Abstract Numbers will be found in Issue Number and Date 



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December 15, 1980 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Efficacy, Uptake and Distribution of Different 

Herbicides in the Water Hyacinth, 

W80-00519 1302 5C 

The Response of Coho Salmon and Guppies to 

2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-P-Dioxin (TCDD) in 

Water, 

W8O-0O651 1302 5 A 

Identification of the Herbicide 2,4,6-Trichloro- 
phenyl P4-Nitrophenyl Ether in Imported Rain- 
bow Trout, 
W8O-0O841 1303 5A 

Concentration of the Herbicide 2,4-D by Some 

Higher Water Plants, 

W80-03243 1309 5B 

Dynamics and Behavioral Toxicology of Aqua- 
Kleen (Trade Name) (2,4-D Butoxyethanol 
Ester) as Revealed by the Modification of Rheo- 
tropism in Rainbow Trout, 
W80-03703 1311 5 A 

Toxicity of Butoxyethyl Ester of 2,4-D to Se- 
lected Salmon and Trout, 
W80-04700 1314 5 A 

2-4-DINITROPHENOL (DNP) 

Physiological and Biochemical Investigations of 
the Toxicity of Pentachlorophenol to Crusta- 
ceans, 
W80-01340 1304 5B 

2-METHYLISOBORNEOL 

Notes on Muddy Odour. I Sensory Properties 
and Analysis of 2-Methylisoborneol in Water 
and Fish, 
W80-01316 1304 5A 

Notes on Muddy Odour. II Uptake of 2-Methli- 
soborneol by Rainbow Trout (Salmo Gairdneri) 
in Continuous Flow Aquaria, 
W80-01317 1304 5A 

200 MILE ECONOMIC ZONE 

The Economics of Marine Fisheries Manage- 
ment in the Era of Extended Jurisdiction: The 
Canadian Perspective. 
W80-02450 1307 6E 

Possible Developments in U.S. and Global Fish 
Markets Due to Extended Jurisdication and a 
Proposed Research Agenda, 
W80-02451 1307 6E 

200-MILE ECONOMIC ZONES 

200-Mile Economic Zones - Fishing Limits and 

the E.E.C, 

W80-03141 1309 6E 

200 MILE EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC ZONES 

Multinational Corporations, Nation-States and 
Ocean Resource Management: The Impact of 
the World's 200-Mile Economic Zone on Multi- 
national and National Development, 
W80-03859 1311 6E 

208 PLANNING 

Integrated Planning and Water Quality Manage- 
ment: The Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
Amendments of 1972 and Coastal Zone Manage- 
ment, 
W80-00527 1302 6E 

Urbanization and Water Quality Planning: The 

208 Experience in Massachusetts, 

W80-00870 1303 6B 

A Case Study in the Implementation of the 
Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amend- 
ments, 
W80-06259 1320 6E 



208 WATER QUALITY PLANNING 

Implementation Strategies for Public Law 92- 

500, Section 208, 

W80-00524 1302 6E 

3MC 

Biotransformation of Benzo(a)Pyrene by Little 
Skate Hepatic Microsomes-Stimulation and Re- 
constitution of Benzo(a)Pyrene Hydroxylase Ac- 
tivity, 
W80-02953 1308 5B 

ABALONES 

Relationship Between the Body Size of Principal 
Shellfish and the Concentration of Few Heavy 
Metals (In Japanese), 
W80-04894 1315 5B 

ABANDONED AGRICULTURAL LAND 

Non-Point Source Pollution from Abandoned 
Agricultural Land in the Great Lakes Basin, 
W80-04052 1312 5B 

ABATE 

Sub-Lethal Effects of the Organophosphate 
Black Fly Larvicide, Abate (Temephos) on Sar- 
otherodon Mossambicus (Peters), 
W80-03261 1309 5C 

ABATEMENT 

The Impact of Nonstructural Flood Abatement 
Measures on Patterns of Industrial Location, 
W80-06011 1319 6F 

ABERDEEN (MD) 

Runoff Simulation Model: Application and Ver- 
ification, 
W80-05240 1316 2A 

ABIOTIC ENVIRONMENT 

Life Cycle Strategies in Neighbouring Popula- 
tions of the Copepod Cyclops Scutifer Sars, 
W80-02545 1307 5C 

ABLATION 

Water Yield Increases Through Surface Dusting 

of a Permanent Icefield, 

W80-02358 1306 2C 

ABRAMIS 

Pesticide Residues in Lake Balaton, 

W80-04402 1313 5B 

The Different Adaptability of Fish to Eutrophi- 

cation, (In German), 

W80-04912 1315 5C 

ABRASION 

A Theoretical Model of Glacial Abrasion, 
W80-04315 1313 2C 



Simulated Glacial Abrasion, 
W80-04316 



1313 2C 



Energy Dissipation During Subglacial Abrasion 
at Nisqually Glacier, Washington, U.S.A., 
W80-04329 1313 2C 

Geometry of Former Subglacial Water Channels 

and Cavities, 

W80-04337 1313 2C 

ABSOLUTE OWNERSHIP DOCTRINE 

Groundwater Rights in Vermont: Drinkwine V. 

State, 

W80-03403 1310 6E 

ABSORBERS 

Energy-Dissipating Bypass for Hydroelectric 

Powerhouse, 

W80-02697 1307 8B 

ABSORPTION 

Botanical Control: Purifying Industrial 

Wastewater, 

W80-00266 1301 5D 



The Uptake of 226Ra by Planktonic Algae 
Under Conditions of Continuous Cultivation, 
W80-00394 1301 5A 

Accumulation of Cadmium by Dunaliella Tertio- 

lecta Butcher, 

W80-00398 1301 5A 

Absorption of Water by Soil: The Constant Flux 

Boundary Condition, 

W80-00596 1302 2G 

Uptake, Binding and Clearance of Divalent Cad- 
mium in Glycera Dibranchiata (Annelida: Poly- 
chaeta), 
W80-00664 1302 5 A 

Body Burden of Chromium, Copper, Cadmium 
and Lead in the Neustonic Copepod Anomalo- 
cera Patersoni (Pontellidae) Collected from the 
Mediterranean Sea, 
W80-00665 1302 5 A 

Zinc Uptake in Marine Diatoms, 

W80-00669 1302 5 A 

Uptake of Cadmium by the Eelgrass Zostera 

Marina, 

W80-00789 1302 5 A 

Alkanes in Barnacles (Balanus Tintinnabulum) 

from the Buccaneer Oilfield, 

W80-00853 1303 5 A 

Toxicity and Tissue Uptake of Methylmercury 
Administered Intraperitoneally to Rainbow 
Trout (Salmo Gairdneri Richardson), 
W80-00859 1303 5 A 

Uptake and Accumulation of Cadmium by Oph- 

ryotrocha Diadema (Polychaeta), 

W80-01062 1303 5A 

Accumulation of Mercury and Selenium in Cul- 
tured Yellowtail, 
W80-01068 1303 5A 

Biological Availability of Sediment-Bound Cad- 
mium to the Edible Cockle, Cerastoderma 
Edule, 
W80-01088 1303 5A 

Benzo(A)Pyrene Concentrations in Mussels 
(Mytilus Edulis) from Yaquina Bay, Oregon 
During June 1976-May 1978, 
W80-01092 1303 5A 

Uptake of Methoxychlor from Food and Water 
by the American Toad (Bufo Americanus), 
W80-01102 1303 5A 

Geothermal Space Heating/Cooling-A Direct 
Use of Naturally Occurring Hot Water in South- 
ern Arizona, 
W80-02204 1306 1A 

Heavy Metals in the Sea-Skater Halobates Ro- 
bustus from the Galapagos Islands: Concentra- 
tions in Nature and Uptake Experiments, with 
Special Reference to Cadmium, 
W80-02221 1306 5 A 

Accumulation of Copper in Certain Bivalves of 
Vellar Estuary, Porto Novo, S. India in Natural 
and Experimental Conditions, 
W80-02390 1306 5 A 

The Occurrence of Copper, Iron and Zinc in the 
Hard Shell Clam, Mercenaria Mercenaria, and 
Sediments of Southampton Water, 
W80-02391 1306 5B 

Lead in Spotted Wolfish, Anarhichas Minor, 
Near a Zinc-Lead Mine in Greenland, 
W80-02394 1306 5B 



SU-1 



ABSORPTION 

Trace Metal Concentrations in Selected Biologi- 
cal, Sediment, and Water Column Samples in a 
Northern New England River, 
W80-02417 1307 5 A 

The Effects of Ice Thickness on the Exchange of 
Solar Radiation over the Polar Oceans, 
W80-02479 1307 2C 

Microbial Heterotrophic Production in Two 

Lakes of Different Productivity, 

W80-02500 1307 5C 

Phosphorus Uptake Rates in Planktonic Com- 
munities Related to Light Gradient, 
W80-02578 1307 5C 

Comparison Between the Hg Body Burden of 
Thynnus Thynnus from the Mediterranean and 
the Atlantic, 
W80-02954 1308 5 A 

Distribution of Cobalt 60 in a Mollusc, a Crusta- 
cean and a Freshwater Teleost: Variations as a 
Function of the Source of Pollution and During 
Elimination, 
W80-02984 1308 5 A 

Sorption of Phosphate by Danish Lake Sedi- 
ments, 
W8O-O3102 1309 5C 

Hydrocarbon Characteristics of the Organs and 
Tissues of Some Marine Fishes from the Medi- 
terranean, 
W80-03248 1309 5B 

Accumulation and Excretion of 95Zr and 95Nb 
by Common Goby (Acanthogobius Flavimanus), 
W80-03256 1309 5A 

Uptake and Cellular Distribution of Cadmium in 

Mytilus Edulis, 

W80-03263 1309 5B 

Uptake of Hydrocarbons by the Marine Diatom 

Cyclotella Cryptica, 

W80-O3267 ' 1309 5A 

Accumulation of Cadmium by Green Microal- 

gae, 

W80-03276 1309 5B 

A Possible Physiological Uptake Mechanism of 
Methylmercury by the Marine Bloodworm 
(Glycera Dibranchiata), 
W80-03293 1309 5A 

The Reaction of Phragmites Communis Roots to 

DDT and Hexachlorane, 

W80-03661 1311 5C 

Effect of Some Chemical Agents on the Uptake 

of 32p and 65Zn by Macrophytes in the Black 

Sea, 

W80-03662 1311 5B 

The Absorption of DDT by Vascular Aquatic 

Plants, 

W80-03663 1311 5B 

Extraction and Accumulation of 210Pb by 

Aquatic Organisms in Lakes, 

W80-03677 1311 5B 

Measured and Approximate Flux-Concentration 
Relations for Absorption of Water by Soil, 
W80-03721 1311 2G 

Photosynthesis in the Aquatic Macrophyte 
Egeria Densa III Gas Exchange Studies, 
W80-03806 1311 5C 

Heavy Metal Tolerance of Marine Phytoplank- 
ton IV Combined Effect of Zinc and Cadmium 
on Growth and Uptake in Some Marine Dia- 
toms, 
W80-O3982 1312 5A 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Roles of Food and Sea Water in the Accumula- 
tion of Radionuclides by Marine Fish, 
W80-04000 1312 5A 

Accumulation and Excretion of Cobalt-60 Taken 
Up from Seawater by Marine Fishes, 
W80-04001 1312 5A 

Elemental Content of Aquatic Organisms Inhab- 
iting a Pond Contaminated with Coal Fly Ash, 
W80-04011 1312 5B 

Correlation Between Cadmium Concentration in 
the Water and Tissue Residue Levels in Dab, 
Limanda Limanda L., and Plaice, Pleuronectes 
Platessa L., 
W80-04407 1313 5 A 

The Uptake of Urea by the Diatom, Phaeodacty- 

lum, 

W80-04653 1314 5C 

Studies on the Binding of Heavy Metals to Algal 
Polysaccharides from Philippine Seaweeds. I. 
Carrageenan and the Binding of Lead and Cad- 
mium, 
W80-04694 1314 5B 

Tissue Metal Concentrations in Two Crayfish 
Species Cohabiting a Tennessee Cave Stream, 
W80-04696 1314 5 A 

Uptake and Elimination of Antimony in the 

Mussel, Mytilus Edulis, 

W80-04697 1314 5C 

Cadmium, Zinc and Copper Accumulation in 

Limpets (Patella Vulgata) from the Bristol 

Channel with Special Reference to Metalloth- 

ioneins, 

W80-04893 1315 5B 

Relationship Between the Body Size of Principal 
Shellfish and the Concentration of Few Heavy 
Metals (In Japanese), 
W80-04894 1315 5B 

Concentration and Distribution of Uranium in 
Mytilus Edulis and Associated Materials, 
W80-04895 1315 5B 

Accumulation and Biological Effects of Cadmi- 
um in Rainbow Trout, 
W80-04896 1315 5B 

Influence of Copper and Zinc in Food Substance 

on the Accumulation of Cultured Oysters (In 

Japanese), 

W80-04897 1315 5B 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls: Absorption and 
Bioaccumulation by Goldfish (Carassius Aura- 
tus) and Inactivation by Activated Carbon, 
W80-06550 1324 5C 

ABSTRACTS 

Annotated Bibliography: Wetlands Value Study. 
W 80-0 1931 1305 7C 

Publications Related to the National Water Data 

Exchange (NAWDEX)- 197 1-79, 

W80-02593 1307 10D 

Summary of U.S. Geological Survey Investiga- 
tions and Hydrologic Conditions in the South- 
west Florida Water Management District for 

1978, 

W80-03771 1311 7C 

Proceedings, Symposium on Water Resources 
Research in Kentucky, June 2-3, 1980. 
W80-05751 1318 10C 

ACARTIA 

A Chronic Toxicity Test with the Marine Cope- 
pod Acartia Tonsa, 
W80-00830 1303 5A 



Effects of Sublethal Concentrations of Cadmium 
as Possible Indicators of Cadmium Pollution for 
Two Populations of Acartia Clausi (Copepoda; 
Living at Two Differently Polluted Areas, 
W 80-0 1329 1304 5C 

The Temperature and Oxygen Lethal Limits of 

Acartia Clausi Giesbrecht in a Polluted Marine 

Ecosystem, 

W80-02941 1308 5A 

Effects of Temperature and Salinity on Produc- 
tion and Hatching of Dormant Eggs of Acartia 
Californiensis (Copepoda) in an Oregon Estuary, 
W80-O37OO 1311 5A 

Temperature and Adaptation to Pollution as 
Factors Influencing the Acute Toxicity of Cd to 
the Planktonic Copepod Acartia Clausi, 
W80-04891 1315 5A 

ACCELERATED EROSION 

Prevention of Long-Term Ecological Damage 

in a Drought, 

W80-03076 1309 4D 

Reconnaissance Assessment of Erosion and Sedi- 
mentation in the Canada de Los Alamos Basin, 
Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, California, 
W80-05305 1316 2J 

ACCIDENTS 

Organizing to Cope With Hazardous Material 

Spills, 

W80-06419 1321 5B 

A Fluoride Overfeed Incident at Harbor 

Springs, Michigan, 

W80-06640 1324 5F 

ACCLIMATION 

Acclimation to Ammonia by Tilapia Aurea, 
W80-00653 1302 5A 

The Temperature Preference of the Three- 
Spined Stickleback, Gasterosteus Aculeatus L. 
(Pisces), Collected at Different Seasons, 
W80-00797 1302 5 A 

Ventilation Frequency Compensation Responses 
of Three Eurythermal Estuarine Fish Exposed 
to Moderate Temperature Increases, 
W80-03262 1309 5C 

Responses of the Fish Blennius Pholis to Fluctu- 
ating Salinities, 
W8O-0333O 1310 5A 

Cold Shock: Effect of Rate of Thermal Decrease 

on Atlantic Menhaden, 

W80-03344 1310 5C 

The Influence of Acclimation Temperature on 
the Interactions of Chlorine, Elevated Tempera- 
ture, and Exposure Duration for Grass Shrimp, 
Palaemonetes Pugio, 

W80-03704 1311 5A 

The Effect of Dissolved Oxygen and Salinity on 
the Toxicity of Ammonia to Smolts of Salmon, 
Salmo Salar L., 
W80-04397 1313 5 A 

Influence of Thermal Challenge on Conditioned 
Feeding Forays of Juvenile Rainbow Trout, 
W80-04405 1313 5C 

The Influence of Salinity on Behaviour and 
Oxygen Uptake of the Hermit Crab Pagurus 
Bernhardus L., 
W80-04412 1313 5C 

Respiratory Properties of Erythrocruorin (Ex- 
tracellular Hemoglobin) in the Blood of the An- 
nelid Arenicola Marina with Special Reference 
to the Influences of Salinity and Temperature, 
W80-04728 1314 5B 



SU 2 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ACIDS 



Some Effects of Salinity and Temperature on the 
Osmotic and Ionic Regulation of Praunus Flex- 
uosus (Crustacea, Mysidacea) from Isefjord, 
W80-04729 1314 5B 

The Effects of Acclimation on the Salinity Tol- 
erance of Grass Carp, Ctenopharyngodon Idella 
(Cuv. and Val.), 
W80-04735 1314 5C 

Growth and Primary Productivity of Marine 
Macrophytes Exposed to Domestic Sewage Ef- 
fluents, 
W80-05250 1316 5C 

ACCUMULATION 

Enrichment of Zn, Cd, Pb, and Cu in the Sur- 
face Microlayer of Lakes Michigan, Ontario, 
and Mendota, 
W80-02467 1307 5C 

Experimental Effects of Isoetes Lacustris L. on 

the Distribution of EH, pH, FE and MN in Lake 

Sediment, 

W80-02521 1307 5C 

ACEPHATE 

Acephate and Fenitrothion Toxicity in Rainbow 
Trout: Effects of Temperature Stress and Inves- 
tigations on the Site of Action, 
W80-00823 1303 5 A 

Operational Spraying of Acephate to Suppress 
Spruce Budworm has Minor Effects on Stream 
Fishes and Invertebrates, 
W80-01103 1303 5B 

ACETATES 

Lethal and Sublethal Effects of Mercury Salts 

on Monodonta Articulata, 

W80-02946 1308 5 A 

ACETIC ACID 

Variation in the Reactions of Daphnia Magna 
Straus to the Effect of a Toxicant as Related to 
Its Delivery Regime, 
W80-03676 1311 5 A 

ACETYLCHOLINESTASE 

Operational Spraying of Acephate to Suppress 
Spruce Budworm has Minor Effects on Stream 
Fishes and Invertebrates, 
W80-01103 1303 5B 

ACHROMOBACTER 

The Bacterial Flora of Certain Marine Fishes 
and Prawns in Cochin Waters in Relation to 
Their Environs, 
W80-03984 1312 5C 

ACID-BASE EQUILIBRIUM 

A Simplified Stream Model of Acid Mine Drain- 
age Effects, 
W80-01652 1305 5B 

Mechanisms of Regulation of the Acid-Base Bal- 
ance in Fish as They Adapt to Carbon Dioxide 
Levels in an Aqueous Environment, 
W80-03994 1312 5 A 

The Acid-Base Balance in Lake Water, 
W80-05016 1315 2H 

ACID MINE WATER 

The Pumping of Water from Mines in the Cen- 
tral Witwatersrand, 
W80-O0260 1301 5D 

The Limnological Response of a West Virginia 
Multipurpose Impoundment to Acid Inflows, 
W80-00954 1303 5B 

A Simplified Stream Model of Acid Mine Drain- 
age Effects, 
W80-01652 1305 5B 

Impact of Western Coal Mining - II. Microbiolo- 
gical Studies, 
W80-02416 1307 5 A 



Ending Acid Mine Water Pollution, 
W80-02658 1307 5D 

Functional Polymers for Removal of Heavy- 
Metal Pollutants from Water, 
W80-03911 1312 5D 

Ion Exchange Recovery of Cobalt and Copper 

from Blackbird Mine Drainage, 

W80-04296 1313 5D 

Acid Mine Drainage and the Pennsylvania 

Courts, 

W80-04966 1315 6E 

Occurrence and Activity of Iron and Sulfur- 
Oxidizing Microorganisms in Alkaline Coal 
Strip Mine Spoils, 
W80-05404 1317 5B 

Acid Mine Pollution: Effects on Survival, Re- 
production and Aging of Stream Bottom Mi- 
croinvertebrates, 
W80-06693 1324 5C 

The Phytoplankton Productivity of an Acidic 

Lake, 

W80-06937 1324 5C 

ACID PRECIPITATION 

Deterioration of Water Quality Due to Long 

Range Transport of Air Pollution, 

W80-00458 1302 5G 

Detailed Structure of pH in Hydrometeors, 
W80-0O616 1302 2K 

Acid Precipitation: Measurement of pH and 

Acidity, 

W80-02667 1307 2K 

Acid Precipitation in the Western United States, 
W80-04213 1313 2K 

ACID RAIN 

Effects of Artificial Acid Rain on Microbial 

Activity and Biomass, 

W80-03688 1311 5C 

ACID STREAMS 

Effects of Acid Mine Drainage on a Southwest- 
ern Pennsylvania Stream, 
W80-00684 1302 5 A 

A Simplified Stream Model of Acid Mine Drain- 
age Effects, 
W80-01652 1305 5B 

Contamination of Great Smoky Mountains 
Trout Streams by Exposed Anakeesta Forma- 
tions, 
W80-01873 1305 5B 

Evidence of Acidification of Headwater Streams 

in the New Jersey Pinelands, 

W80-02190 1306 5B 

ACIDIC SOILS 

Effects of Artificial Acid Rain on Microbial 

Activity and Biomass, 

W80-03688 1311 5C 

Environmental Factors in Application of Liquid 
Sludge to Upstate New York Farmlands, 
W80-06564 1324 5E 

ACIDIC WATER 

Commercial Feasibility of Recovering Tomato 

Peeling Residuals, 

W80-00124 1301 5D 

Effects of Acidic Precipitation on Precambrian 

Freshwaters in Southern Ontario, 

W80-00344 1301 5 A 

Effects of Artificial Acid Rain on Microbial 

Activity and Biomass, 

W80-03688 1311 5C 



Effect of Simulated Acid Rain on Sulfate Move- 
ment in Acid Forest Soils, 
W80-04640 1314 2B 

Acidity and Species Diversity in Freshwater 

Crustacean Faunas, 

W80-04731 1314 5 A 



The Acid Connection. 
W80-06641 



1324 2B 



ACIDIC WATERS 

Population Dynamics and Age Structure of Bos- 
mina Longirostris in an Acid Water Impound- 
ment, 
W80-03171 1309 5C 

ACIDITY 

Acidification of Headwater Streams in the New 

Jersey Pine Barrens, 

W80-O0354 1301 5B 

Detailed Structure of pH in Hydrometeors, 
W80-OO616 1302 2K 

Acid Precipitation: Measurement of pH and 

Acidity, 

W80-02667 1307 2K 

Acidification and Other Chemical Changes in 
Halifax County Lakes after 21 Years, 
W80-02668 1307 2K 

Error Analysis Applied to Indirect Methods for 

Precipitation Acidity, 

W80-02887 1308 2K 

Evaluation of Limestone Neutralization of 

Acidic Adirondack Surface Waters, 

W80-03961 1312 2K 

Acid Precipitation in the Western United States, 
W80-04213 1313 2K 

Precipitation Acidity: The Role of the Forest 

Canopy in Acid Exchange, 

W80-04521 1314 2K 

Experimental Study of Trace Metal Chemistry 
in Soft-Water Lakes at Different pH Levels, 
W80-05415 1317 2H 

Effects of Acidification on Mobilization of 
Heavy Metals and Radionuclides from the Sedi- 
ments of a Freshwater Lake, 
W80-05417 1317 2H 

Effects of Artificial Acidification on the Growth 

of Periphyton, 

W80-05418 1317 2H 

Experimental Acidification of Lake 223, Experi- 
mental Lakes Area: Background Data and the 
First Three Years of Acidification, 
W80-05419 1317 2H 

Acid Precipitation and Sulfate Deposition in 

Florida, 

W80-05934 1318 2K 

ACIDS 

Weak and Strong Acids in the Surface Waters of 

the Tovdal Region in S. Norway, 

W80-00624 1302 2K 

Carbonic Acid Anesthesia for Aquatic Organ- 
isms, 
W80-00786 1302 5A 

Studies on the Effects of Acidic Medium on the 

Fry of Cyprinus Carpio, 

W80-03706 1311 5 A 

Effect of Benzoate on Microbial Decomposition 
of Fulvic Acids in Tjeukemeer (The Nether- 
lands), 
W80-03893 1311 2K 



SU-3 



ACIDS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Trace Metals in Humic and Fulvic Acids from 

Lake Ontario Sediments, 

W80-05487 1317 5A 

Strong and Weak Acids in Surface Waters of 
Southern Norway and Southwestern Scotland, 
W80-06391 1321 5 A 

ACTINOMYCETES 

The Source of Muddy Odor in Bream (Abramis 

Brama) from the Porvoo Sea Area (Gulf of 

Finland), 

W80-00661 1302 5A 



Actinomycetes of a Salt Marsh, 
W80-05625 



1317 21 



ACTIVATED CARBON 

Overview of Physical-Chemical Treatment, 
W80-0O098 1301 5D 

The Operation of the Physical-Chemical Plant at 

Rosemount, Minnesota, 

W80-00100 1301 5D 

The Role of Activated Carbon in Physico- 

Chemical Treatment, 

W80-00102 1301 5D 

Design of Facilities for Physical-Chemical 

Treatment of Raw Wastewater, 

W80-00104 1301 5D 

Advanced Wastewater Treatment for an Organ- 
ic Chemicals Manufacturing Complex, 
W80-00112 1301 5D 

Combined Treatment with Ozone and Activated 

Carbon, 

W80-01663 1305 5D 

Adsorption of Free and Complexed Metals from 

Solution by Activated Carbon, 

W80-02406 1307 5D 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls: Phytotoxicity, Ab- 
sorption and Translocation by Plants, and Inacti- 
vation by Activated Carbon, 
W80-03924 1312 5C 

Anaerobic-Activated Carbon Filters for the Re- 
moval of Refractory and Toxic Organic Com- 
pounds in Wastewater, 
W80-04205 1313 5D 

Response of Biological Reactors to the Addition 

of Powered Activated Carbon, 

W80-04680 1314 5C 

A Rational Approach to Utilization of Carbon 
Beds in Reducing Microorganic Contamination 
in Drinking Water, 
W80-05013 1315 5F 

Surface-Treated Activated Carbon for Removal 

of Phenol from Water, 

W80-06224 1320 5F 

ACTIVATED SLUDGE 

Effluent Polishing and Wastewater Reuse at 

Snokist Growers Cannery, 

W80-00118 1301 5D 

Sewage Treatment - The State of the Art, 
W80-OO261 1301 5D 

Roodepoort Now Handles Own Wastewater, 
W80-00267 1301 5D 

Environmental Pollution Control Alternatives: 

Municipal Wastewater, 

W80-00544 1302 5D 

Optimal Flow Patterns in Activated Sludge 

Process. 

W80-01668 1305 5D 

The Design and Selection of Mechanical Aer- 
ation Devices, 
WXO-01674 1305 5D 



Organic Qualities of Groundwaters, 
W80-03437 1310 5 A 

The Effect of Phosphate and Temperature on 
Growth of Activated Sludge and on Biodegra- 
dation of Surfactants, 
W80-03793 1311 5D 

Response of Biological Reactors to the Addition 

of Powered Activated Carbon, 

W80-O468O 1314 5C 

Dynamic Response of Final Settling Tanks to 

Transient Loading Conditions, 

W80-06557 1324 5D 

ACTIVATED SLUDGE SYSTEM 

Characterization of Wastewater Treatment Plant 

Final Clarifier Performance, 

W80-06220 1320 5D 

ACTIVATION ENERGY 

In-Situ Measurements of the Activation Energy 

for D.C. Conduction in Polar Ice, 

W80-02478 1307 2C 

ACTON (ME) 

Flood Hazard Analyses, Little Ossipee River, 
Towns of Acton, Newfield and Shapleigh, 
Maine, York County. 
W80-00535 1302 2E 

ADAPTATION 

Effects of Sublethal Concentrations of Cadmium 
as Possible Indicators of Cadmium Pollution for 
Two Populations of Acartia Clausi (Copepoda) 
Living at Two Differently Polluted Areas, 
W80-01329 1304 5C 

Responses to Salinity in Larvae from Three 
Local Populations of the Freshwater Shrimp, 
Macrobrachium Nipponense, 
W80-02216 1306 5 A 

Effect of Growth Irradiance on the Maximum 
Photosynthetic Capacity of Water Hyacinth 
(Eichhornia Crassipes (Mart.) Solms), 
W80-03114 1309 5C 

The Influence of Acclimation Temperature on 
the Interactions of Chlorine, Elevated Tempera- 
ture, and Exposure Duration for Grass Shrimp, 
Palaemonetes Pugio, 
W80-03704 1311 5A 

Adaptive Economics and Natural Resources 

Policy, 

W80-03854 1311 6B 

Mechanisms of Rapid Photosynthetic Adapta- 
tion in Natural Phytoplankton Communities. I. 
Redistribution of Excitation Energy Between 
Photosystems I and II, 
W80-04452 1313 5C 

The Effects of Acclimation on the Salinity Tol- 
erance of Grass Carp, Ctenopharyngodon Idella 
(Cuv. and Val.), 
W80-04735 1314 5C 

Influence of Summer Drought on the Population 
of Aquatic Insects in a Temporary Salt-Marsh in 
the Crau District (Mouth of the River Rhone) 
(In French), 
W80-04907 1315 5C 

ADENINE NUCLEOTIDES 

Firefly Assay of Adenine Nucleotides Form 
Algae: Comparison of Extraction Methods, 
W80-03111 1309 5C 

ADENOSINE-TRIPHOSPHATE (ATP) ASSAY 
The Use of the ATP Assay for Rapid Assess- 
ment of Water Quality, 
W80-00552 1302 5A 



ADIRONDACK REGION (NY) 
Evaluation of Limestone Neutralization of 
Acidic Adirondack Surface Waters, 
W80-03961 1312 2K 

ADITS 

Application of the Ground-Freezing Method to 
Penetrate a Sequence of Water-Bearing and Dry 
Formations-Three Construction Cases, 
W80-01537 1304 2G 

ADJACENT LAND OWNERS 

The Optimal Management of Transboundary 

Renewable Resources, 

W80-03970 1312 6B 

ADJUDICATION PROCEDURE 

General Adjudication of Water Rights, 
W80-01551 1304 6E 

Environmental Citizen Suits: Three Years' Expe- 
rience Under the Michigan Environmental Pro- 
tection Act, 
W80-04967 1315 6E 

ADJUSTED COSTS 

Optimal Pollution in the Presence of Adjustment 

Costs, 

W80-02133 1306 6C 

ADMINISTRATION 

Experiences in Joint Administration of Border 

Watercourses, 

W80-0O452 1302 6A 

Swedish Policy for Water Quality Protection, 
W80-00454 1302 6E 

On Role of Administrative, Economic and 
Technological Measures in Protection of Surface 
and Subterranean Water Against Contamination 
and Depletion, 
W80-00465 1302 6E 

Effective Local Authority to Ensure Lasting 

Lake Restoration and Protection, 

W80-02779 1308 4C 

Perspectives from Three Years Experience of 
Regional Water Services in Thames Water Au- 
thority, 
W80-03364 1310 5G 

Water Resources Committee Report on Water 

Law Developments, 

W80-03413 1310 6E 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume XII-Appendix K, Development 
Program Formulation. 
W80-03571 1310 6B 

Water Scarcity and the Politics of Plenty in the 

Four Corners States, 

W80-03919 1312 6D 

Managing a Limited Resource: The Political 

Contraints on Water Policy in the Four-Corners 

States, 

W80-03920 1312 6D 



The California Water Atlas. 
W80-04444 



1313 2A 



Water-Management Planning for Illinois Com- 
munities, 
W80-05115 1316 6B 

A Case Study in the Implementation of the 
Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amend- 
ments, 
W80-06259 1320 6E 

The Administration of Regulation: Permit and 
Licensing Activities for Water Resource Man- 
agement in New York and New Jersey, 
W80-06320 1320 6E 



SU 4 



SUBJECT INDEX 



AERATION 



ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES 

Water Quality Management Accomplishments 

Compendium I. 

W8O-0O242 1301 6E 

Action Programs for Water Yield Improvement 
on Arizona's Watersheds: Political Constraints 
to Implementation, 
W80-00275 1301 3B 

The Design and Evaluation of Institutional Ar- 
rangements for Water Planning and Manage- 
ment, 
W8O-O0431 1302 6E 

Policy and Organization of Water Research in 

the United Kingdom. 

W80-00439 1302 6A 

Examples of the Organization of Self-Adminis- 
tration in the Water Economy of the Federal 
Republic of Germany, 
W80-00470 1302 6E 

Management of Water Resources - A Co-Opera- 
tive Game-Theoretic Approach to Inter-State 
Problems, 
W 80-03 142 1309 6 A 

Water Quality Committee-Annual Review of 
Significant Legislature, Judicial and Administra- 
tive, Activities During 1977. 
W80-04472 1313 6E 

Government Regulation of Oil Polluters: How 

Much is Enough, 

W80-04579 1314 6E 

Congress and Coastal Zone Management, 
W80-04584 1314 6E 



Environmental Law, 
W80-04999 

Black-Listing the Polluters, 
W80-05067 



1315 6E 



1315 6E 



Ford Motor Company V. EPA: The Sixth Cir- 
cuit Muddies the Water in the Regulation of 
Pollution Control Methodology, 
W80-05888 1318 6E 

ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS 

Water Resources Committee (Annual Report): 
Survey of Wyoming Water Law 1975-78. 
W80-03404 1310 6E 

A Systems Resources Approach to Citizen Par- 
ticipation: The Case of the Corps of Engineers, 
W80-04756 1314 6E 

Judicial Review of EPA Action Under the Citi- 
zen Suit Provision, 
W80-04974 1315 6E 

Addition to the Annual Review of Significant 
Legislative, Administrative and Judicial Activi- 
ties During 1976: Water Quality Committee. 
W80-04978 1315 6E 

ADOPTION OF PRACTICES 

Ecology and Economics in Lagos State, 
W80-01966 1305 6A 

Environmental Problems of Developing Coun- 
tries, 
W80-03969 1312 6E 

ADRIATIC SEA 

On the Green's Function of Laplace's Tidal 
Equation, an Application to the Northern Adri- 
atic Sea, 
W80-00079 1301 2L 

Zooplankton Communities of the NW Adriatic 

Inshore Waters Near Dubrovnik, 

W80-02371 1306 5C 



Monitoring of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in 

Biota of the North and Middle Adriatic Coastal 

Waters, 

W80-03226 1309 5B 

Trace Elements in Mesopelagic and Some 

Coastal Fish from the Adriatic, 

W80-03233 1309 5A 

Monitoring of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in 
Water and Sediments of the North Adriatic 
Coastal Waters, 
W80-03237 1309 5A 

Monitoring of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in 

Biota and Sediments of South Adriatic Coastal 

Waters, 

W80-03238 1309 5A 

ADSORPTION 

The Role of Activated Carbon in Physico- 



Chemical Treatment, 
W8O-0O1O2 



1301 5D 



Design of Facilities for Physical-Chemical 

Treatment of Raw Wastewater, 

W8O-0O104 1301 5D 



Waste Water-Treating Method, 
W80-01178 



1303 5D 



Industrial Wastewater Treatment Process Using 

Granular Activated Carbon, 

W80-01659 1305 5D 

Use of Granular Activated Carbon for Treating 

Industrial Wastewaters, 

W80-01660 1305 5D 

Copper and Nutrition in Helix Pomatia (L.), 
W80-01760 1305 5A 

Adsorption of Free and Complexed Metals from 

Solution by Activated Carbon, 

W80-02406 1307 5D 

Resin Adsorbent Takes on Chlororganics from 

well Water, 

W80-02654 1307 5F 

Amino Acid Diagenesis and Adsorption in Near- 
shore Anoxic Sediments, 
W80-02673 1307 2 J 

Adsorption of Lead From Solution on the 
Quartz- and Feldspar-Containing Silt Fraction of 
a Natural Streambed Sediment, 
W80-02918 1308 IB 

Sorption of Phosphate by Danish Lake Sedi- 
ments, 
W80-03102 1309 5C 

Adsorption-Desorption of Diuron by Fresh- 
water Sediments, 
W80-03838 1311 5B 

Phosphorus in a Model Pond Study: I Sediment 

Selection and Preparation, 

W80-04343 1313 5C 

A Study of Strontium-90 Movement in a Sandy 

Soil, 

W80-04637 1314 7B 

Accumulation of 210Pb in Freshwater Plants, 
W 80-04692 1314 5B 

A Rational Approach to Utilization of Carbon 
Beds in Reducing Microorganic Contamination 
in Drinking Water, 
W80-05013 1315 5F 

Concentration and Fractionation of Hydropho- 
bic Organic Acid Constituents from Natural 
Waters by Liquid Chromatography, 
W80-05301 1316 IB 



Surface-Treated Activated Carbon for Removal 

of Phenol from Water, 

W80-06224 1320 5F 

ADVANCED WASTE TREATMENT 

Municipal Recycling of Wastewater, 
W80-02044 1306 5D 

ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT 

Evaluation of Membrane Processes and Their 

Role in Wastewater Reclamation, 

W80-05105 1316 5D 

ADVECTION 

Advective Control of Nutrient Dynamics in the 

Epilimnion of a Large Reservoir, 

W80-05491 1317 2H 

ADVERTISING INDUSTRY 

Wood Pulp, Water Pollution, and Advertising, 
W80-03972 1312 6E 

AEGEAN SEA 

Analyses of Sea Level Fluctuations in Thermai- 
cos Gulf and Salonica Bay, Northwestern 
Aegean Sea, 
W80-05784 1318 2L 

AERATED LAGOONS 

Examination of Oil-Containing Waste Waters 
Chemical Composition After Their Treatment in 
Aeration Tanks, 
W8O-O0107 1301 5A 

A Mechanism for Biological Denitrification in 

Aerated Lagoon System, 

W80-01670 1305 5D 

Dimensionless Analysis of Circulation, Mixing 
and Oxygenation in Aeration Tanks, 
W80-01847 1305 5D 

AERATION 

Salmon Processing Wastewater Treatment, 
W80-00140 1301 5D 

Emergency Aeration of Fish Ponds, 
W80-00192 1301 81 

Nitrogen Gas Supersaturation during Artificial 
Aeration at Lake Casitas, California, 
W80-01050 1303 5 A 



Aeration Method and System, 
W80-01174 



1303 5D 



Oxygenation of a Polluted Lake in Northern 

Italy, 

W80-01464 1304 5G 

The Comparability of Oxygenation and Efficien- 
cy Measurements, 
W80-01845 1305 5D 

On the Reoxygenation Efficiency of Diffused 

Air Aeration, 

W80-01846 1305 5G 

Energy-Dissipating Bypass for Hydroelectric 

Powerhouse, 

W80-02697 1307 8B 



Artificial Aeration as a Lake Restoration Tech- 

1308 2H 



nique, 
W80-02794 



Smyrna, Delaware Solves a Water Problem, 
W80-04923 1315 5F 

Effects of Hypolimnetic Aeration on Nitrogen 
Transformations in Simulated Lake Sediment- 
Water Systems, 
W80-05031 1315 5C 

Physical Modeling of Bubble Screens, 
W80-05432 1317 8B 



Flotation Pump Device, 
W80-06124 



1319 5G 



SU-5 



SUBJECT INDEX 



AERATION 

Alternative Choices in Measurement Systems for 

Artificial River Aeration, 

W80-06394 1321 5G 

Model Study of Harry S. Truman Spillway, 

Osage River, Missouri, 

W80-06547 1324 8B 

Sewer Trunk Lines Can Be Treatment Facilities, 
W80-06710 1324 5D 

AERATION-FLOTATION 

Deep Tank Aeration-Flotation for Biological 

Processing, 

W80-01669 1305 5D 

AERATORS 

The Design and Selection of Mechanical Aer- 
ation Devices, 
W80-01674 1305 5D 

AERIAL CHANGE 

Glacier Surveys in Alberta - 1977, 

W80-04570 1314 2C 

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY 

Remote Sensing for Water Resources Manage- 
ment. 
W80-00475 1302 7B 

Aerial Photography and Mapping of Fishpond 

Vegetation, 

W80-01214 1304 21 

Non-Point Source Sedimentation Studies Using 

Infrared Remote Sensing, 

W80-03923 1312 5B 

AERIAL SNOW SURVEYING 

Operational Aerial Snow Surveying in the 

United States, 

W80-05435 1317 2C 

AEROBIC BACTERIA 

Surface Distributions of Aerobic Heterotrophs 
and Their Relationships to Temperature and Nu- 
trients in Lake Superior During 1973, 
W80-05272 1316 2H 

Stratification of Aerobic Methane-Oxidizing Or- 
ganisms in Lake Mendota, Madison, Wisconsin, 
W80-06116 1319 2H 

AEROBIC DIGESTION 

Microbial Treatment and Utilization of Night- 
soil, 
W80-01673 1305 5D 

AEROBIC PROCESS 

Palm Oil Waste Treatment by Aerobic Process, 
W80-01654 1305 5D 

AEROBIC TREATMENT 

Studies of an Anaerobic/Aerobic Treatment 
Process for a Strong Organic Waste, 
W80-01657 1305 5D 

Dimensionless Analysis of Circulation, Mixing 
and Oxygenation in Aeration Tanks, 
W80-01847 1305 5D 

Characterization of Wastewater Treatment Plant 

Final Clarifier Performance, 

W80-06220 1320 5D 

AERODYNAMIC EVAPORATION 
TECHNIQUE 

An Improved Aerodynamic Evaporation Tech- 
nique for Large Lakes with Application to the 
International Field Year for the Great Lakes, 
W80' 1303 2D 

U ROSOLS 

Direct Observations of Aerosols Attached to 

} ailing Snow Crystals, 

W8O-O0O80 1301 2C 



Trace Element Loading of Southern Lake 

Michigan by Dry Deposition of Atmospheric 

Aerosol, 

W80-03621 1311 5B 

A Study of the Chemical Components of Aero- 
sols and Snow in the Kashmir Region, 
W80-05483 1317 2B 

AESTHETICS 

Water Resource Preservation: Personal Values 

and Public Support, 

W80-06043 1319 6B 

AFRICA 

Economic Commission for Africa, Regional 

Report, 

W80-00409 1302 6A 

On the Generation of the Seasonal Coastal Up- 
welling in the Gulf of Guinea, 
W80-00608 1302 2L 

Water Supply Planning Model for West Africa, 
W8O-01678 1305 6A 



Nile River Discharge, 
W 80-02901 



1308 2B 



Drought in the Sahel: A Broader Interpretation, 

With Regard to West Africa and Ethiopia, 

W 80-03068 1309 6B 

Use of Environmental Data in Assessing the 

Quality of Irrigation Water, 

W80-03471 1310 5G 

Environment, Vegetation and Phytogeography 
of the High-Altitude Bogs of Lesotho, 
W8O-035O7 1310 21 

Zooplankton in an Upwelling Area Off North- 
west Africa: Composition, Distribution and 
Ecology, 
W80-04113 1312 5C 

Bolting the Roof at Drakensberg, 

W80-06075 1319 8E 

The nature of Rainfall fluctuations in Subtropi- 
cal West Africa, 
W 80-0609 5 1319 2B 

The Appropriate Technology of Promoting Safe 

Water Supply in Africa, 

W80-06119 1319 5F 

Spatial and Temporal Aggregation Effects in a 
Regional Water Supply Planning Model, 
W80-06312 1320 6A 

The Physical Properties of Some Eroded Soils 

of Southeastern Nigeria, 

W80-06615 1324 2J 

Changes in Properties of a Newly Cleared 
Tropical Alfisol as Affected by Mulching, 
W80-06841 1324 2G 

AGASSIZ NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE 

(MN) 

Ecology of Water-Level Manipulations on a 

Northern Marsh, 

W80-03515 1310 21 

AGE 

Reflectance Spectroscopy of Marine Phyto- 
plankton. Part I. Optical Properties as Related to 
Age and Growth Rate, 
W80-04279 1313 5C 

Growth and Longevity in the Crustose Red 

Alga Petrocelis Middendorffii, 

W80-04651 '314 5C 

AGGRADATION 

Aggradation in Streams Due to Overloading, 
W80-03452 1310 2J 



Recent Sedimentation History of the Waimakar- 

iri River, New Zealand, 

W80-04643 1314 2J 

AGGREGATES 

The Silurian Salt Deposits in Eastern Lake, 
Northwestern Ashtabula, and Northeastern 
Geauga Counties, Ohio, 
W80-05295 1316 5E 

AGING (BIOLOGICAL) 

A Note on Aging in Fish with Special Reference 

to the Perch, Perca Fluviatilis L., 

W80-01792 1305 81 

AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Chlorinated Pes- 
ticides in Soils of the Everglades National Park 
and Adjacent Agricultural Areas, 
W80-00618 1302 5 A 

A Preliminary Appraisal of the Impact of Agri- 
culture on Ground- Water Availability in South- 
west Georgia, 
W80-00770 1302 4B 

AGRICULTURAL RUNOFF 

Pesticide Residues in Agricultural Drains, 
Southeastern Desert Area, California, 
W80-00942 1303 5B 

Prediction of Algal-Available Phosphorus in 

Runoff Suspensions, 

W80-01455 1304 5C 

Nutrient Movement in Streamflow From Agri- 
cultural Watersheds in the Georgia Coastal 
Plain, 
W80-01854 1305 5B 

Wastewater Management Alternatives for the 
Cleveland-Akron, Three Rivers Watershed 
Area: Technical Appendix-Phase I: Municipal 
Wastewater and Stormwater Runoff. 
W80-02O42 1306 5D 

Heavy Metals in Fish from a Reservoir Receiv- 
ing Urban and Agricultural Runoff, 
W 80-024 10 1307 5 A 

Comparison and Combination of Two Recent 
Proposals for a Generalized Penman Equation, 
W 80-02699 1307 2D 

The White Clay Lake Management Plan, 
W80-02805 1308 4A 

Simulating Nutrient Movement and Transforma- 
tions with the Arm Model, 
W80-03180 1309 5B 



The Killing of Rush Creek, 
W80-03318 



1310 5C 



Triazine Residues in a Watershed in Southwest- 
ern Ontario (1973-75), 
W80-03389 1310 5B 

Planning for Nonpoint Pollution Control in 

North Carolina, 

W80-04130 1312 5B 

Uptake and Release of Nutrients by Aquatic 

Macrophytes, 

W80-04136 1312 5C 

The Transport and Oxygen Demand of Organic 
Carbon Released to Runoff from Crop Residues, 
W80-04226 1313 5B 

Agricultural Sources of Fluvial Suspended Sedi- 
ments, 
W80-04258 1313 2J 

Nonpoint Pollution Control in Virginia, 
W80-04500 1313 6E 



SU-6 



SUBJECT INDEX 



AIR POLLUTION 



Phosphorus Variations in Surface Runoff from 
Agricultural Lands as a Function of Land Use, 
W80-04523 1314 5B 

Impact of Unconfmed Livestock Activities on 

Water Quality, 

W80-04526 1314 5B 

Response Functions Applied to a Drainage 

System, 

W80-04530 1314 2G 

Soil Conservation and Water Pollution Control: 
The Muddy Record of the United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, 
W80-04791 1314 6E 

Regulation of Water Pollution from Agricultural 
Point Sources in Nebraska: Impact of the 
NPDES Permit Program on Feedlot Operations, 
W80-04925 1315 6E 

Agricultural Land Use: Effects on the Chemical 

Quality of Runoff, 

W80-05012 1315 5B 

Operational Methods for Analysis of Agricultur- 
al Nonpoint Source Pollution, 
W80-05515 1317 5A 

Agricultural Runoff During A Drought Period, 
W80-05933 1318 5B 

Irrigation Return Water Impact on Selected At- 
tached Diatoms in the Sacramento River, Cali- 
fornia, 
W80-06080 1319 5C 

Effect of Grass Buffer Zone Length in Reducing 
the Pollution From Land Application Areas, 
W80-06622 1324 5G 

AGRICULTURAL WASTES 

Concentration and Sources of Fecal and Organic 
Pollution in an Agricultural Watershed, 
W80-00687 1302 5 A 

The Effect of Pollution from Large-Scale Agri- 
cultural Production on the Living Environment 
of the Fish in the Trout Zone, (In Bohemian), 
W80-02443 1307 5C 

AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT 

Comparison and Combination of Two Recent 
Proposals for a Generalized Penman Equation, 
W80-02699 1307 2D 

AGRICULTURAL WATERSHEDS 

Nutrient Discharge from a 90 KM2 Watershed, 
W80-01126 1303 5B 

Models for Predicting Water Pollution from Ag- 
ricultural Watersheds, 
W80-01133 1303 5C 

Water Resources in Agriculture: The Role of 
Soil and Water in Agricultural Production and 
Environmental Protection, 
W80-01804 1305 2A 

The White Clay Lake Management Plan, 
W80-02805 1308 4A 

Phosphorus Inputs into a Stream Draining an 
Agricultural Watershed, II: Amounts Contribut- 
ed and Relative Significance of Runoff Types, 
W80-029OO 1308 5B 

Tillage System Effects on Sediment and Nutri- 
ents in Runoff from Small Watersheds, 
W80-03183 1309 5B 

Nutrient Loads in Streamflow from Sandy Soils 

in Florida, 

W80-03184 1309 5B 

Determinants of Water Quality in Agricultural 

Watersheds, 

W80-03709 1311 5G 



Non-Point Source Pollution from Abandoned 
Agricultural Land in the Great Lakes Basin, 
W80-04052 1312 5B 

Phosphorus Loading Associated with Housing 

in a Rural Watershed, 

W80-04055 1312 5B 

Effect of Agriculture on Cedar Lake Water 

Quality, 

W80-04206 1313 2H 

Reclamation Law Constraints on Energy/Indus- 
trial Uses of Western Water, 
W80-04483 1313 6E 

A Sediment Yield Routing Model, 

W80-05221 1316 2J 

Nonpoint-Source Discharges in Pequea Creek 

Basin, Pennsylvania, 1977, 

W80-06346 1321 5 A 

A Mathematical Model for Estimating Pesticide 

Losses in Runoff, 

W80-06616 1324 5B 

AGRICULTURE 

The Mineral Content of Sphagnum Fuscum as 

Affected by Human Settlement, 

W80-00024 1301 21 



Water for Agriculture. 
W80-00424 

Water, Food, and Fiber, 
W80-00455 



1302 4 A 



1302 3F 



Irrigation Management in Developing Coun- 
tries: A Suggested Action Programme, 
W80-00481 1302 3F 

Economic Impact of Irrigated Agriculture in 

West Minnesota, 

W80-00990 1303 6B 

Costs and Returns for Producing Catfish Fin- 

gerlings, 

W80-01303 1304 6C 

Water Quality Management Plan: Executive 

Summary. 

W80-01391 1304 5D 

Water Quality Management Plan: Implementa- 
tion Summary, 
W80-01392 1304 5D 

Water Quality and Agriculture: A Management 

Plan, 

W80-01393 1304 5G 

Irrigated Fields for Urban Sewage, 

W80-01986 1305 5E 

Wastewater Management Study for Cleveland- 
Akron Metropolitan and Three Rivers Water- 
shed Areas. IX: Agricultural Evaluation. 
W80-02041 1306 5D 

Critical Factors in the Transport of Live Fresh- 
water Fish-II. State of Feeding and Ammonia 
Excretion, 
W80-02126 1306 5 A 

The Effect of the Drought on British Agricul- 
ture, 
W80-03447 1310 2E 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume VII-Appendix F, Agriculture. 
W80-03575 1310 6D 

Methods of Estimating Some Possible Interac- 
tions of Agricultural Development and Water 
Resources in Alaska, 
W80-03711 1311 2A 



A Cultural Resource Survey of the Teton Re- 
placement Farmland, Jefferson County, Idaho, 
W80-03778 1311 6B 

Potential Pollutants from Agriculture-An As- 
sessment of the Problem and Possible Control 
Approaches, 
W80-04228 1313 5B 

Data Filtering Techniques and Regional Assess- 
ment of Agricultural Impacts upon Water Qual- 
ity, Southern Ontario, 
W80-04255 1313 5B 

Agricultural Land Use: Effects on the Chemical 

Quality of Runoff, 

W80-05012 1315 5B 

Irrigation Management - A Mechanism for 

Saving Energy and Water, 

W80-05249 1316 3F 

Efficiency and Equity in Management of Agri- 
cultural Water Supplies, 
W80-06081 1319 6C 

A Decision Analysis Framework for Evaluating 
Costs of Water Application in Productive Agri- 
culture, 
W80-06534 1324 3F 

AGRICULURE 

Agricultural Energy Modeling: Discussion of 

Linear Programming Models, 

W80-01698 1305 6 A 

AGRO-INDUSTRIES 

Case Studies of Agro-Industrial Wastewater Pol- 
lution Control in Thailand, 
W80-01655 1305 5D 

Treatment Studies of Palm Oil Mill Waste Efflu- 
ent, 
W80-01656 1305 5D 

AGROCLIMATOLOGY 

Sahara Farming Irrigation Problems and 

Remedy Recommendations, 

W80-02209 1306 3F 

The Use of the Climatic Water Budget in Irriga- 
tion Scheduling: Iowa, 
W80-04876 1315 3F 

AGRONOMY 

Wastewater Management Study for Cleveland- 
Akron Metropolitan and Three Rivers Water- 
shed Areas. IX: Agricultural Evaluation. 
W80-02041 1306 5D 

AGRUCULTURE 

Design and Merit of a River-Model for Optimal 

Use of Agricultural Water, 

W80-01805 1305 4B 

AGUICULTURE 

Experiments in Recycling Swine Manure in 

Fishponds, 

W80-05333 1316 5C 

AIR 

The Use of a Transformed Boundary Condition 
in Modelling Air Compression During Infiltra- 
tion, 
W80-02352 1306 2G 

AIR POLLUTION 

Deterioration of Water Quality Due to Long 

Range Transport of Air Pollution, 

W80-00458 1302 5G 

Source Assessment: Reclaiming of Waste Sol- 
vents, State of the Art, 
W80-00988 1303 5A 

Source Assessment: Plastics Processing, State of 

the Art, 

W80-01372 1304 5A 



SU-7 



SUBJECT INDEX 



AIR POLLUTION 

Source Assessment: Rubber Processing, State of 

the Art, 

W80-01373 1304 5A 

The Effects of Bisulphite and Sulphate Upon 

Photosynthesis in Sphagnum, 

W80-01917 1305 21 

An Investigation of Pollutant Source Strength- 
Rainfall Relationships at St. Louis, 
W80-02494 1307 2B 

Current Issues in U.S. Environmental Policy. 
W80-02847 1308 6E 

A Method for Modeling the Deposition of 
Sulfur by Precipitation over Regional Scales, 
W80-02886 1308 5B 

Aerial Inputs of Cadmium, Copper, Lead, and 
Manganese into a Freshwater Pond in the Vicin- 
ity of a Coal-Fired Power Plant, 
W80-03466 1310 5A 

Incidents of Elevated Nitrate in Southern Ontar- 
io, 
W80-03623 13H 5B 

The Environmental Transport of Lead and Cad- 
mium, 
W80-03914 1312 5B 

Offenses Against the Environment and Their 
Prevention: An International Appraisal, 
W80-03977 1312 6E 

Water Intake, Wastewater Production and 
Treatment, and Air Pollution Control in Coal- 
Fired Steam-Electric Power Generating Sta- 
tions. 
W80-04565 1314 5D 

Chlorinated Organic Residues in Fish, Water, 
and Precipitation from the Vicinity of Isle 
Royale, Lake Superior, 
W80-05273 1316 2H 

Atmospheric Long Range Transport of Lead to 

Denmark, 

W80-05482 1317 2B 



AIR POLLUTION EFFECTS 

Benefits of Pollution Control, 
W80-O213O 



1306 6B 



AIR TEMPERATURE 

Utilizing an Infrared Thermometer for Air Tem- 
perature Measurements, 
W80-01200 1303 7B 

AIR-WATER INTERFACES 

Rate of Loss of Ammonia from Water to the 

Atmosphere, 

W 80-0007 5 1301 2K 

Properties of the Seawater-Air Interface. Dy- 
namic Surface Tension Studies, 
W80-02672 1307 2L 

Particular Solutions to the Problem of Horizon- 
tal Flow of Water and Air Through Porous 
Media Near a Wetting Front, 
W80-06682 '324 2G 

A Simple Technique for the Analysis of Free 

Surface Flow Problems, 

W80-06904 1324 2G 

AIRBORNE TRANSPORT 

Deterioration of Water Quality Due to Long 

Range Transport of Air Pollution, 

W80-00458 1 302 5G 

AK-CHIN INDIAN RESERVATION (ARIZ) 

Availability of Ground Water on Federal Land 
Near the Ak-Chin Indian Reservation Arizona- 
A Reconnaissance Study, 
W80-02581 '307 4B 



AKINETES 

Life Cycle, Ecology, and Management Consid- 
erations of the Green Filamentous Alga, Pitho- 
phora, 
W80-05101 1316 5C 

AKRON (OH) 

Management Study for Cleveland-Akron Metro- 
politan and Three Rivers Watershed Areas, Ap- 
pendix I: Plan Formulation. 
W80-02037 1306 5D 

Wastewater Management Study for Cleveland- 
Akron Metropolitan and Three Rivers Water- 
shed Areas, Appendix II: Comments. 
W80-02038 1306 5F 

Wastewater Management Study for Cleveland- 
Akron Metropolitan and Three Rivers Water- 
shed Areas, Appendix HI: Municipal 
Wastewater and Stormwater Runoff. 
W80-02039 1306 5D 

Wastewater, Management Study, for Cleveland- 
Akron Metropolitan and Three Rivers Water- 
shed Areas, Appendix VII: Institutional Evalua- 
tion. 
W80-02040 1306 5D 

Wastewater Management Study for Cleveland- 
Akron Metropolitan and Three Rivers Water- 
shed Areas. IX: Agricultural Evaluation. 
W80-02O41 1306 5D 

Wastewater Management Alternatives for the 
Cleveland-Akron, Three Rivers Watershed 
Area: Technical Appendix-Phase I: Municipal 
Wastewater and Stormwater Runoff. 
W80-02042 1306 5D 

ALABAMA 

Water Resources Data for Alabama, Water Year 

1978. 

W80-00235 1301 7C 

Water Quality in Channel Catfish Production 

Ponds, 

W80-00619 1302 5A 

The Apalachicola Dilemma: Wetlands Priorities 
Developmental Stress, and Management Initia- 
tives, 
W80-02280 1306 6E 

Effect of Tillage on Soil-Water Movement 

During Corn Growth, 

W80-03724 13H 2G 

Flood Hazard Study Tallasseehatchee Creek and 
Tributaries in Vicinity of Jacksonville, Alabama. 
W80-04611 1314 2E 

Water Legislation Perspectives for Alabama, 
W80-04934 1315 6E 

An Analysis of Annual Growth and Productiv- 
ity of Juncus Roemerianus Scheele and Spartina 
Alterniflora Loisel in Coastal Alabama, 
W80-05618 1317 21 

Effect of Surface Coal Mining on the Hydrology 
of Crooked and Turkey Creek Basins, Jefferson 
County, Alabama, 
W80-06240 1320 5B 

Effluent Fees, an Alternative System for 
Achieving Water Quality Standard in Alabama- 
Pilot Study, 
W80-06264 1320 6B 

The Relationship of Alabama Water Law to 
Water Conservation and the Development of 
Energy Resources, 
W80-06322 1320 6E 



Hydrologic Data Collected at Closure of 
Gainesville Lock and Dam, Tombigbee River 

Near Gainesville, Alabama, 

W80-06793 1324 4A 

ALACHLOR 

Agricultural Management Practices to Effect 
Reductions in Runoff and Sediment Production. 
W80-01607 1305 4D 

ALAMOGORDO CREEK (NM) 

Dense Networks to Measure Convective Rain- 
fall in the Southwestern United States, 
W80-03943 1312 7A 

ALAMOGORDO (NM) 

Draft Environmental Assessment Desalting 

Demonstration Plant, Alamogordo, New 

Mexico. 

W80-06702 1324 3 A 

ALASKA 

Hydrologic Reconnaissance of Western Arctic 

Alaska, 1976 and 1977, 

W80-00233 1301 1A 

Alaska Native Water Rights as Affected by the 
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, 
W80-00371 1301 6E 

Sea Ice Ridging Over the Alaskan Continental 

Shelf, 

W80-00738 1302 2C 

Tumours and Microbial Diseases of Marine 

Fishes in Alaskan Waters, 

W80-O0862 1303 5A 

Artificial Upwelling and Phytoplankton Produc- 
tion in Alaska, 
W80-01359 1304 5C 

Pollution Characteristics in an Unpolluted Su- 
barctic Stream, 
W80-01545 1304 5B 

Hypersaline Bottom Water: Peard Bay, Alaska, 
W 80-0 1842 1305 2L 

Effects of the Pipeline Haul Road on Nearby 
Ponds and Lakes Across Alaska's North Slope, 
W 80-0 197 5 1305 5C 

Flood Plain Information: Kuskokwim River, 

McGrath, Alaska. 

W80-02014 1306 2E 

The Alaskan Outer Continental Shelf Environ- 
mental Assessment Program, 
W80-02064 1306 5C 

Rhombus and Rhomboid Parallelogram Patterns 
on Glaciers: Natural Indicators of Strain, 
W80-02366 1306 2C 

Environmental Path of Arsenic in Groundwater, 
W80-03303 1310 5B 

Geology and Geochemistry of the Ship Creek 

and Monashka Creek Reservoirs, Southcentral 

Alaska, 

W80-03304 1310 2K 

Determination of Selected Hydraulic Properties 

of Subarctic Soils, 

W 80-03648 13H 2G 

Hydrologic Role of Shallow Organic Soils in 

Cold Climates, 

W80-03649 '311 2G 

Snowmelt Infiltration Into Seasonally Frozen 

Soils, 

W80-03650 '311 2G 

Methods of Estimating Some Possible Interac- 
tions of Agricultural Development and Water 
Resources in Alaska, 
W80-03711 13H 2A 



SU 8 



..-.'••■ 



■ 



Water Resources Data for Alaska, Water Year 

1978. 

W80-03753 1311 7C 

Model Application to Urban Groundwater 

Problems of Fairbanks, Alaska, 

W80-04295 1313 2F 

A New Technique for Measuring Tidal Currents 

by Using a Two-Site HF Doppler Radar 

System, 

W80-04307 1313 7B 

Crystal Alignments in the Fast Ice of Arctic 

Alaska, 

W80-04636 1314 2C 

Knik Glacier, Alaska, May 1979 Monument and 

Glacier Survey, 

W80-O4863 1315 7C 

Reconnaissance Snow Surveys of the National 
Petroleum Reserve in Alaska, April 1977 and 
April-May 1978, 
W80-05294 1316 2C 

The U.S. Geological Survey in Alaska, 1979 

Programs, 

W80-05448 1317 7c 

Seismotectonic Studies of Northern and Western 

Alaska, 

W80-05599 1317 6A 

Sediment Transport in the Tanana River in the 
Vicinity of Fairbanks, Alaska, 1977-78, 
W80-05872 1318 2 J 

Flood-Prone Area Maps at Three Sites Along 

the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Alaska, 

W80-05875 1318 2 E 

Copper River Hydraulics Study at Million 

Dollar Bridge, Alaska, 

W80-06051 1319 8 B 

Areally-Weighted Temperature and Precipita- 
tion Averages for Alaska, 1931-1977, 
W80-06287 1320 2B 

A Numerical Model of Circulation in a Conti- 
nental Shelf-Silled Fjord Coupled System, 
W80-06293 1320 2L 

Ecological Studies of Intertidal and Shallow 
Subtidal Habitats in Lower Cook Inlet. 
W80-06428 1321 5 C 

Pelagic and Demersal Fish Assessment in the 

Lower Cook Inlet Estuary System, 

W80-06429 1321 5 C 

Pelagic and Demersal Fish Assessment in the 
Lower Cook Inlet Estuary System - April 1976 - 
September 1977, 
W80-06430 1321 5C 

Shallow Water Fish Communities in the North- 
eastern Gulf of Alaska: Habitat Evaluation, 
Temporal and Spatial Distribution, Relative 
Abundance and Trophic Interactions, 
W80-06431 1321 5 C 

Seasonal Composition and Food Web Relation- 
ships of Marine Organisms in the Nearshore 
Zone, 
W80-06432 1321 5 C 

Seasonal Composition and Food Web Relation- 
ships of Marine Organisms in the Nearshore 
Zone of Kodiak Island-Including Ichthyoplank- 
ton, Meroplankton (Shellfish), Zooplankton, and 
Fish, 
W80-06433 1321 5 C 

ALBEDO 

The Effects of Ice Thickness on the Exchange of 
Solar Radiation over the Polar Oceans 
W80-02479 1307 2C 



SUBJECT INDEX 



An Investigation of Surface Albedo Variations 

during the Recent Sahel Drought, 

W80-02497 1307 7B 

ALBEMARLE SOUND 

Hydrology of Major Estuaries and Sounds of 

North Carolina, 

W80-01598 1304 2L 

ALBEMARLE SOUND (NO 

The Ecology of Aeromonas hydrophila in Albe- 
marle Sound, North Carolina, 
W80-05464 1317 5c 

ALBERTA 

Reproductive Strategies Shown by Freshwater 

Hirudinoidea, 

W80-02525 1307 5C 

Hydrogeology of the Peerless Lake Area, Alber- 
ta, 
W80-04646 1314 7c 

ALBERTA (CANADA) 

Rainfall Measurements by Weather Radar: Ap- 
plications to Hydrology, 
W80-03929 1312 7B 

ALBORAN SEA 

Laboratory Simulation of the Gyre in the Al- 

boran Sea, 

W80-00743 1302 2L 

ALBUQUERQUE (NM) 
Potential Use of Digital Computer Ground 
Water Models, 
W80-03202 1309 2F 

ALBURNUS 

Effects on Fish Exposed to Effluent from a 
Titanium Dioxide Industry and Tested with Ro- 
tatory-Flow Technique, 
W80-04906 1315 5A 

ALFALFA 

Alfalfa for Hydrologic Control of Saline Seeps, 
W80-05941 1318 2 G 

ALGAE 

Relationship of Hydrocarbon Solubility to Tox- 
icity in Algae and Cellular Membrane Effects, 
W80-00167 1301 5C 

Algal Assays for Areas Receiving or Pro- 
grammed to Receive Sewage Effluent, 
W80-00193 noi 5A 

Effect of Algal Growth and Dissolved Oxygen 
in Redox Potentials in Soil Flooded with Sec- 
ondary Sewage Effluent, 
W80-00286 noi 5D 

Plants and Animals of the Estuary. 
W8O-O03OO 



1301 2L 



Plant Life of the Estuary, 

W80-00301 1301 2L 

The Biochemical Composition of the Larvae of 
Two Strains of Artemia Salina (L.) Reared on 
two Different Algal Foods, 
W80-00502 1302 5C 

Structure and Succession in Rocky Algal Com- 
munities of a Temperate Intertidal System, 
W80-00504 1302 5C 

Survey of Swimming Pool Algae of the Phoe- 
nix, Arizona, Metropolitan Area, 
W80-00506 B02 5C 

Algal Biochemical Tricks and Classification, 
W80-00512 1302 5C 

A Method for Measuring Algal Toxicity and Its 

Application to the Safety Assessment of New 

Chemicals, 

W80-00832 1303 5 A 



ALGAE 

On the Morphology of Summer Algae in Non- 
Stratified Lakes, 
W80-01117 1303 5C 

Seasonal Changes in Phytoplankton Densities in 

Four North Island Lakes, 1973-74, 

W80-01125 1303 5C 

Comparison of Kinetic Models for the Simula- 
tion of Algal Growth, 
W80-01131 1303 5C 

Algal Populations Related to Different Macro- 

phyte Communities, 

W80-01213 1304 21 

A Possible Correlation Between Algal Number 
and S. Galilaeus Yield in the Kinneret, 
W80-01365 1304 5C 

The Effects of Brief Periodic Submergence of 

Intertidal Fucoid Algae, 

W80-01445 1304 5C 

Mariculture-Biological Treatment Industry, 
W80-01642 1305 5D 

Phytoplankton Ecology of Shatt Al-Arab River 

at Basrah, Iraq, 

W80-01712 1305 5C 

Energy Balance of Running Water System, 
W80-01738 1305 5C 

Effect of Herbivorous Insects on the Production 
of Benthic Algal Vegetation in Outdoor Chan- 
nels, 
W80-01739 1305 5C 

The Culture Collections of Algae at the Univer- 
sity of Texas at Austin, 
W80-01981 1305 5C 

Primary Productivity of a Hypersaline Antarctic 

Lake, 

W80-01984 1305 5C 

Seasonal Dynamics of Epiphytic Algal Growth 
in a Marsh Pond: Composition, Metabolism, and 
Nutrient Availability, 
W80-02303 1306 21 

Seasonal Dynamics of Epiphytic Algal Growth 
in a Marsh Pond: Productivity, Standing Crop, 
and Community Composition, 
W80-02305 1306 21 

Effects of Chlorinated Organics from 
Wastewater Treatment on Algal Growth, 
W80-02420 1307 5 A 

Quantitative Description of Steady State, Nutri- 
ent-Saturated Algal Growth, Including Adapta- 
tion, 
W80-02466 1307 5C 

Bioassays Related to the Effects of Coal Strip 

Mining and Energy Conversion on the Aquatic 

Microflora, 

W80-02476 1307 5 A 

Utilization of Filamentous Algae by Fishes in 

Skadar Lake, Yugoslavia, 

W80-02491 1307 5C 

Algal Populations in a Mountain Pond (Swiss 

National Park), 

W80-02495 1307 5C 

Role of Nannoplankton in Primary Productivity 

Studies in Tropical Ponds, 

W80-02496 1307 5C 

Changes in Planktonic Microbial Populations - 
an Analysis by Scanning Electron Microscope, 
W80-02506 1307 5C 

Stratification in Natural Populations of Bloom- 
forming Blue-Green Algae, 
W80-02511 1307 5C 



SU-9 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ALGAE 

A Model of the Succession from Green to Blue- 
Green Algae Based on Light Limitation, 
W80-02516 1307 5C 

An Improved Method for Measuring Irradiance 

in Algal Cultures, 

W80-02517 1307 5C 

Influences Exerted by Salinity on a Norfolk 
Broads Strain of Prymnesium Parvum (Carter), 
W80-02519 1307 5C 

Factor Analysis of Temporal and Spatial Pat- 
terns of Multicellular Green Freshwater Algae, 
W80-02520 1307 5C 

Feeding in the Rotifer Brachionus Calyciflorus 
(III). Direct Observations on the Effects of 
Food Type, Food Density, Change in Food 
Type and Starvation on the Incidence of Pseu- 
dotrochal Screening, 
W80-02526 1307 5C 

Incorporation Rates of Simocephaslus Vetulus 
Schoedler as Influenced by Food Size, 
W80-02538 1307 5C 

Phosphorus Uptake Rates in Planktonic Com- 
munities Related to Light Gradient, 
W80-02578 1307 5C 

Aquacultural Approaches to Wastewater Nutri- 
ent Recycling, 
W80-02764 1308 5D 

Simplified Diurnal Curve Analysis, 

W80-02913 1308 5B 

Trace Metals in Fucoid Algae and Purple Sea 

Urchins Near a High Arctic Lead/Zinc Ore 

Deposit, 

W80-02969 1308 5B 

Vitamin B12-Binder and Other Algal Inhibitors, 
W80-02977 1308 5 A 

Outdoor Algal Mass Cultures-I. Applications, 
W 80-03 105 1309 5G 

Firefly Assay of Adenine Nucleotides Form 

Algae: Comparison of Extraction Methods, 

W 80-031 11 1309 5C 

Seasonal Changes in the Standing Crop of an 
Epilithic Algal Population on the North Shore 
of Great Slave Lake, 
W 80-03 112 1309 5C 

Notes on the Phytoplankton Periodicity of 
Rostherne Mere, Cheshire, 1967-1977, 
W80-03116 1309 5C 

Biological and Water Quality Effects of Artifi- 
cial Mixing of Arbuckle Lake, Oklahoma, 
During 1977, 
W80-03170 1309 5C 

Seasonal Shifts of Sediment Within an Estuary 

Mediated by Algal Growth, 

W80-03374 1310 2J 

Impact of Nutrient Enrichment in a Waterchest- 
nut Ecosystem at Takahama-Iri Bay of Lake 
Kasumigaura, Japan-I. Nutrient Influx and Phy- 
toplankton Bloom, 
W80-03467 1310 5A 

Effect of Some Chemical Agents on the Uptake 

of 32p and 65Zn by Macrophytes in the Black 

Sea, 

W 80-03662 1311 5B 

Seasonal Occurrence and Variation in Standing 
I of a Hnfi Algal Community in the Indian 
River, Florida, 
W80-O3801 1311 5C 



Seasonal Changes of Bacterioplankton in a Res- 
ervoir Related to Algae. I. Numbers and Bio- 
mass, 
W80-03811 1311 5C 

Attenuation of Light and Daily Integral Rates of 
Photosynthesis Attained by Planktonic Algae, 
W80-03837 1311 2H 

Numerical Abundance and Biomass of Bacteria, 
Algae and Macrobenthos of a Large Northern 
River, the Athabasca, 
W80-04127 1312 5C 

Primary Production of Algae Growing on Natu- 
ral and Artificial Aquatic Plants: A Study of 
Interactions Between Epiphytes and Their Sub- 
strate, 
W80-04131 1312 21 

Dynamics of Dissolved Oxygen During Algal 
Bloom in Lake Kasumigaura, Japan, 
W80-04242 1313 2H 

Availability to Scenedesmus Quadricauda of 
Different Forms of Phosphorus in Sedimentary 
Materials from the Great Lakes, 
W80-04253 1313 5C 

Ammonium Uptake by Symbiotic and Aposym- 

biotic Reef Corals, 

W80-04340 1313 21 

Outdoor Algal Mass Cultures-II. Photosynthetic 

Yield Limitations, 

W80-04358 1313 5C 

An Empirical Study of Factors Affecting Blue- 
Green Versus Nonblue-Green Algal Dominance 
in Lakes, 
W80-04441 1313 5C 

A Computational Model for Growth and Har- 
vesting of the Marine Alga Ascophyllum Nodo- 
sum, 
W80-04461 1313 5C 

The Significance of Vitamins and the Epiphytic 
Bacterial Community in the Nutritional Ecology 
of Cladophora Glomerata, 
W 80-05008 1315 5C 

Effects of Two Aroclor Fractions on the Pro- 
ductivity and Diversity of Algae from Two 
Lentic Ecosystems, 
W80-05035 1315 5C 

The Effect of Tidal Resuspension on the Distri- 
bution of Intertidal Epipelic Algae in an Estu- 
ary, 
W80-05132 1316 2L 

Simulation of Algal Growth in the Chowan 

River, 

W80-05181 1316 5C 

Water Quality Modeling in the Upper Reaches 

of the Chowan River, 

W80-05253 1316 5B 

Comparison of the Nitrogen- 15 Uptake and 
Acetylene Reduction Methods for Estimating 
the Rates of Nitrogen Fixation by Freshwater 
Blue-Green Algae, 
W80-05428 1317 2H 

Relative Importance of Nannoplankton in Lake 
Superior Phytoplankton Biomass and Communi- 
ty Metabolism, 
W80-05434 1317 2H 

Nitrogen Fixation in Canadian Precambrian 

Shield Lakes, 

W80-05489 1317 2H 

Autotrophic and Heterotrophic Nutritional 
Budget of Salt Marsh Epiphytic Algae, 
W80-05650 1317 21 



Nearshorc Impact of Stormwater in Lake Sam 

mamish, Washington, 

W80-05750 1318 5C 

The Phosphorus-Chlorophyll Relationship in 

Roodeplaat Dam 

W80-06037 1319 5C 

Streamflow and Water Quality Modeling of the 

Chowan River, 

W80-06219 1320 5E 

Role of Nutrient Limitation and Competition in 
Controlling the Populations of a Diatom and a 
Blue-Green Alga, 
W 80-06265 1320 5C 

Morphological Form Photosynthetic Perfor- 
mances of Marine Macroalgae; Tests of a Func- 
tional/Form Hypothesis, 
W80-06269 1320 5C 

The Effects of Toxic Blue-Green Algae on 

Aquatic Animals, 

W80-O6687 1324 5A 

The Effect of Algal Inhibitors on Higher Plant 

Tissues, 

W80-O6697 1324 5C 

Evaluation of the Algal Assay Bottle Test, 
W80-06711 1324 5A 

ALGAE CONTROL 

Removal of Suspended Solids and Algae from 
Aerobic Lagoon Effluent to Meet Proposed 
1983 Discharge Standards to Streams, 
W80-00121 1301 5D 

ALGAL ASSAY BOTTLE TEST 

Growth Response of Anabaena Flos-Aquae 
(LYNGB.) Debrebisson in Waters Collected 
from Long Lae Reservoir, Washington, 
W80-O1369 1304 5C 

Use of Algal Assays to Assess the Effects of 

Municipal and Smelter Wastes Upon Phyto- 
plankton Production, 

W80-01370 1304 5C 

ALGAL ASSAYS 

Algal Assays for Areas Receiving or Pro- 
grammed to Receive Sewage Effluent, 
W80-00193 1301 5A 

ALGAL BLOOMS 

Seasonal Changes in Phytoplankton Densities m 

Four North Island Lakes, 1973-74, 

W80-01125 1303 5C 

ALGAL CONTROL 

Effect of Algal Growth and Dissolved Oxygen 
in Redox Potentials in Soil Flooded with Sec- 
ondary Sewage Effluent, 
W8O-O0286 1301 5D 

Growth and Population Studies on Tilapia Gali- 

laea in Lake Kinneret, 

W80-04152 1312 5G 

Role of Nutrient Limitation and Competition in 

Controlling the Populations of a Diatom and a 

Blue-Green Alga, 

W80-O6265 1320 5C 

\ 

\ Nutrient Models for Engineering Management 
\ of Pamlico Estuary, North Carolina, 
\W80-06267 1320 5 A 

ALGAL DOMINANCE 

An Empirical Study of Factors Affecting Blue- 
Greeri Versus Nonblue-Green Algal Dominance 
in Lakes, 
W80-04441 1313 5C 

ALGAL GROWTH 

Streamflow and Water Quality Modeling of the 

Chowan River, 

W80-06219 1320 5E 



SU 10 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ALTERNATIVE PLANNING 



ALGAL GROWTH POTENTIAL 

Unexpected Response to Vitamin B12 of Domi- 
nant Centric Diatoms from the Spring Bloom in 
the Gulf of Maine (Northeast Atlantic Ocean), 
W80-00681 1302 5C 

The Use of Periphyton from Lake Zurich to 
Extimate the Algal Growth Potential in River 
Limmat Water, 
W80-04446 1313 5C 

ALGAL INHIBITORS 

The Effect of Algal Inhibitors on Higher Plant 

Tissues, 

W80-06697 1324 5C 

ALGAL TOXINS 

Reinvestigation of the Toxins from the Blue- 
Green Alga, Aphanizomenon Flos-Aquae, by A 
High Performance Chromatographic Method, 
W80-02159 1306 5 A 

Toxic Dinoflagellates and Tidal Power Genera- 
tion in the Bay of Fundy, Canada, 
W80-04704 " 1314 5A 

ALGICIDES 

Evaluation of Cutrine for Use in Fish Culture, 
W80-03335 1310 5A 

Speciation and Rate of Loss of Copper from 
Lakewater with Implications to Toxicity, 
W80-05034 1315 5C 

ALGORITHMS 

Investment Sequencing and Allocation Deci- 
sions in Water Resource System Design: A Note 
on an Alternative Algorithm, 
W 80-0 1961 1305 6B 

User's Guide to UIMIP and MTRX, 
W80-06OO6 1319 7C 

Analysis of a Finite Element Algorithm for Nu- 
merical Predictions in Water Resources Re- 
search, 
W80-06861 1324 2E 

ALIPHATIC COMPOUNDS 

Oil Change in Excretory Products of Mussels 

(Mytilus Galloprovincialis), 

W80-01075 1303 5A 

Hydrocarbons in Benthic Algae from the East- 
ern Gulf of Mexico, 
W80-01844 1305 5A 

ALKALINE SOILS 

Secondary Salinization and Sodication in Egypt: 

A Case Study, 

W80-01954 1305 5B 

Secondary Salinization and Sodication in Egypt: 

A Case Study, 

W80-02858 1308 5G 

Reclamation of Saline-Sodic Soils by Leaching, 
W80-03723 1311 2G 

ALKALINITY 

Alkalinity and pH in the Southern Chesapeake 

Bay and the James River Estuary, 

W80-01267 1304 2L 

Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Temperature, 
Alkalinity, Dissolved Oxygen and Conductivity 
in an Oligo-Mesotrophic, Deep-Storage Reser- 
voir in Central Texas, 
W80-04135 1312 5C 

ALKALIS (BASES) 
The Chronic Effect of Alkali on the Growth, 
Development and Fecundity of the Guppy, 
W80-01054 1303 5A 

ALKANES 

Uptake of Hydrocarbons by the Marine Diatom 

Cyclotella Cryptica, 

W80-03267 ' 1309 5A 



Alkanes in Benthic Organisms From the Bucca- 
neer Oil Field, 
W80-06553 1324 5C 

ALKYLBENZENE SULFONATES 

Bioconcentration and Metabolism of Linear Al- 

kylbenzene Sulfonate by Daphnids and Fathead 

Minnows, 

W80-02114 1306 5C 

ALLELOPATHY 

Interaction (Allelopathy) Between Marine Dia- 
toms: Thalassiosira Pseudonana and Phaeodacty- 
lum Tricornutum, 
W80-04281 1313 5C 

ALLEN COUNTY (IND) 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Cedar Creek, Dekalb and Allen Coun- 
ties, Indiana, 
W80-05302 1316 5B 

ALLIGATOR WEED CONTROL 

Weed Control Methods for River Basin Manage- 
ment, 
W80-00323 1301 21 

ALLOGENIC SUCCESSION 

Substrate Conditions, Community Structure and 
Succession in a Portion of the Floodplain of 
Wissahickon Creek, 
W80-0O310 1301 2B 

ALLUVIAL CHANNELS 

Variation of Alluvial-Channel Width with Dis- 
charge and Character of Sediment, 
W80-01426 1304 2J 

An Experimental Study of Hydraulic and Geo- 
morphic Changes in an Alluvial Channel In- 
duced by Failure of a Dam, 
W80-01816 1305 2E 

Unsteady Flow in Straight Alluvial Streams: 

Modification of Individual Dunes, 

W80-01893 1305 2J 

Inception of Sediment Transport, 

W80-02340 1306 2 J 

Mechanics of Sediment Transportation and Allu- 
vial Stream Problems, 
W80-027OO 1307 2 J 

Aggradation in Streams Due to Overloading, 
W80-03452 1310 2J 

ALLUVIAL FANS 

Flood Frequency Estimates on Alluvial Fans, 
W80-02342 1306 2E 

Flood Hazard Identification and Flood Plain 

Management on Alluvial Fans, 

W80-05264 1316 2E 

Depositional Control of Aquifer Characteristics 

in Alluvial Fans, Fresno County, California: 

Summary, 

W80-05610 1317 2 J 

ALLUVIAL STREAMS 

Changes in Channel Geometry and Channel Ca- 
pacity of Alluvial Streams Below Large Im- 
poundment Structures, 
W80-02611 1307 4A 

ALLUVIAL SWAMP 

Ecosystem Dynamics and A Phosphorus Budget 
of an Alluvial Cypress Swamp in Southern Illi- 
nois, 
W80-06254 1320 2A 

ALLUVIUM 

Hydrogeologic Features of the Alluvial Depos- 
its in the Nowood River Drainage Area, Big- 
horn Basin, Wyoming, 
W80-04382 1313 2F 



Comparison of Bed Form Variance Spectra 
Within a Meander Bend During Flood and 
Average Discharge, 
W80-06245 1320 2J 

ALPINE 

Primary Productivity of Alpine Meadow Com- 
munities, 
W80-00324 1301 2G 

Environment, Vegetation and Phytogeography 
of the High-Altitude Bogs of Lesotho, 
W80-03507 1310 21 

Nivation: An Arctic-Alpine Comparison and Re- 
appraisal, 
W80-06667 1324 2C 

ALPS 

Hydrogeochemistry of the Corsaglia Valley, 

Maritime Alps, Piedmont, Italy, 

W80-02679 1307 2F 

ALTERED STREAMFLOW 

Assessment of Effects of Altered Stream Flow 
Characteristics on Fish and Wildlife. Part B: 
California, Executive Summary, 
W80-05324 1316 6G 

ALTERED STREAMSFLOW 

Assessment of Effects of Altered Stream Flow 
Characteristics on Fish and Wildlife, Part A: 
Rocky Mountains and Pacific Northwest, Ex- 
ecutive Summary, 
W80-05323 1316 6G 

ALTERNATE PLANNING 

Analysis of Wastewater Land Treatment Sys- 
tems in the Phoenix Urban Area, 
W80-00272 1301 5D 

Management Alternatives for Santa Cruz Basin 

Groundwater, 

W 80-00296 1301 6 A 

Projected Water Use and Water Budget Calcula- 
tions for Pima County, Arizona, 
W80-00647 1302 6B 

Large Array of Water Conservation Strategies 

for Pima County, Arizona, 

W80-00648 1302 3D 

Optimum Alternatives for Controlling Com- 
bined Sewage Overflows-A Case Study, 
W80-05170 1316 6B 

ALTERNATIVE COSTS 

Package Plants: One Solution to Small Commu- 
nity Water Supply Needs, 
W80-01404 1304 5D 

ALTERNATIVE PLANNING 

An Economic and Environmental Evaluation of 
Alternative Land Development Around Lakes, 
W80-00148 1301 6B 

Wastewater Effluent-An Element of Total 

Water Resource Planning, 

W80-00284 1301 3C 

Rainfall-Runoff Relationships for a Mountain 

Watershed in Southern Arizona, 

W 80-00290 1301 3B 

Model for Selection of Stormwater Control Al- 
ternatives, 
W80-00318 1301 6B 

Screening Objectives and Uncertainties in Water 

Resources Planning, 

W80-00551 1302 6A 

Applied Water Resource Systems Planning, 
W80-00554 1302 6A 

Planning for the Rio Colorado: An Overview, 
W80-00558 1302 6A 



SU-11 



ALTERNATIVE PLANNING 



SUBJECT INDEX 



The Mathematical Programming Sequencing 

Model, 

W8O-0O562 1302 6A 

Engineering and Cost Parameters, 

W80-00564 1302 6B 

Generation and Evaluation of Alternative Plans 
for Regional Wastewater Systems: An Imputed 
Value Method, 
W80-00982 1303 5D 

Evaluation of Altenative Stormwater Detention 

Policies, 

W80-01689 1305 6A 

Computer Modeling for the Lake Tahoe Basin: 
Impacts of Extreme Land-Use Policies on Key 
Environmental Variables, 
W80-01963 1305 6A 



Benefits of Pollution Control, 
W80-02130 



1306 6B 



Alternative Water Supply Systems in Rural 

Areas, 

W80-03130 1309 6B 

Alternatives for Wastewater Treatment in Rural 

Areas, 

W80-03131 1309 5D 

Arid Lands Biomass Production in Arizona, 
W80-03546 1310 21 

Environmental Alternatives and Social Goals, 
W80-04157 1312 6E 

ALTERNATIVE WASTE-WATER TREATMENT 

Proceedings of a Workshop on Alternative 
Wastewater Treatment Systems at Urbana- 
Champaign, Illinois, June 12-13, 1979. 
W80-04936 1315 5D 

ALTERNATIVE WATER USE 

Development of Water Resources and its Influ- 
ence on the Ecology of Saudi Arabia, 
W80-00640 1302 6G 

ALUM 

Alum: An Effective Coagulant: Wastewater 
Treatment for Phosphorus Removal, 
W80-06708 1324 5D 

ALUMINUM 

Discussion of the Behaviour of Nonconservative 
Dissolved Constituents in Estuaries, 
W80-01017 1303 5B 

Effect of Selected Water Toxicants and Other 
Chemicals upon Adenosine Triphosphatase Ac- 
tivity in Vitro, 
W80-01073 1303 5A 

Effects of Aluminum and Nickel on Survival 
and Reproduction in Polychaetous Annelids, 
W80-01094 1303 5A 

Preliminary Findings of Medical Lake Restora- 
tion, 
W80-02804 1308 2H 

Alumina-Lime-Soda Pilot Plant Testing at the 
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Desalting Test Sta- 
tion at Yuma, Arizona, 
W80-03307 1310 5F 

Elemental Content of Aquatic Organisms Inhab- 
iting a Pond Contaminated with Coal Fly Ash, 
WfO-04011 1312 5B 

AMAZON BASIN 

Recycling of Water in the Amazon Basin: An 

botopic Study, 

W8O02181 1306 2A 



AMAZON RIVER 

Non-Uniform Vertical Distribution of Fine Sedi- 
ment in the Amazon River, 
W80-00220 1301 2J 

Amazon Lakes: Water Storage and Nutrient 

Stripping by Algae, 

W80-03108 1309 5C 

Influence of Amazon River Discharge on the 

Marine Production System Off Barbados, West 

Indies, 

W80-04275 1313 5C 

Diurnal Rainfall Variation in Northeast Brazil, 
W80-06094 1319 2B 

AMBIENT WATER QUALITY MONITORING 
NETWORK 

Profile: Illinois Redesigns its Ambient Water 

Quality Monitoring Network, 

W80-02024 1306 5A 

AMERICANA RESERVOIR (BRAZIL) 

Temperature and Oxygen Stratification in 
Americana Reservoir, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 
W80-01728 1305 5C 

Vertical Migration of Daphnia Gessneri Herbst, 
1967, in Americana Reservoir, State of Sao 
Paulo, Brazil, 
W80-01729 1305 5C 

AMERY ICE SHELF 

Is Vertical Shear in an Ice Shelf Neglibible, 
W80-02363 1306 2C 

AMES ASSAY 

A Routine Water Monitoring Test for Muta- 
genic Compounds, 

W80-04937 1315 5 A 

AMES TEST 

The Detection of Mutagenic Pollutants in 
Aquatic and Marine Environments: Studies of 
the Millers River and Boston Harbor, 
W80-05541 1317 5C 

AMINO ACIDS 

Amino Acid Diagenesis and Adsorption in Near- 
shore Anoxic Sediments, 
W80-02673 1307 2J 

AMMONIA 

Rate of Loss of Ammonia from Water to the 

Atmosphere, 

W80-00075 1301 2K 

Comparison of Alternative Strategies for Coke 

Plant Wastewater Disposal, 

W80-OO1O8 1301 5D 

The Contribution of Ammonia Excreted by 
Zooplankton to Phytoplankton Production in 
Narragansett Bay, 
W80-00399 1301 5A 

Time Series Analysis of Ammonia in the Passaic 

River, 

W80-00638 1302 5C 

Acclimation to Ammonia by Tilapia Aurea, 
W80-00653 1302 5A 

The Effect of Ammonia on the Growth of Juve- 
nile Dover Sole, Solea Solea (L.) and Turbot, 
Scophthalmus Maximus (L.), 
W80-01084 1303 5A 

Effects of Prolonged Exposure to Ammonia on 
the Blood and Liver Glycogen of Coho Salmon 
(Oncorhyncush Kisutch), 
W80-01322 1304 5A 

The Influence of Ammonia Water on Bacteria, 

Plankton and Bottom Fauna of Ponds, (In 

Polish), 

W80-02099 1306 5A 



An Attempt to Disinfect Fish Ponds with Am- 
monia Water (In Polish), 
W80-02103 1306 5A 

Critical Factors in the Transport of Live Fresh- 
water Fish—II. State of Feeding and Ammonia 
Excretion, 
W80-02126 1306 5 A 

The Gill Sialic Acid Content as an Index of 
Environmental Stress in Rainbow Trout, Salmo 
Gairdneri, Richardson, 
W80-02988 1308 5A 

The Development of Water Quality Criteria for 
Ammonia and Total Residual Chlorine for the 
Protection of Aquatic Life in Two Johnson 
County, Kansas Streams, 
W80-03082 1309 5C 

Ammonia Volatilization of Winter Spread 

Manure, 

W80-03122 1309 5C 

Influence of Certain Waste Waters Containing 

Ammonia, Urea and Methanol on Unicellular 
Marine Algae (In French), 

W80-03227 1309 5A 

Activity of Liver Fructose 1,6 Biphosphatase in 
Rainbow Trout Held in Different Concentra- 
tions of Indissociated Ammonia (In Italian), 
W80-03279 1309 5B 

Effect of Ammonium Chloride on Predatory 
Consumption Rates of Brook Trout (Salvelinus 
Fontinalis) on Juvenile Chinook Salmon (Oncor- 
hynchus Tshawytscha) in Laboratory Streams, 
W80-03292 1309 5C 

Distribution, Fluxes and Biological Utilization of 
Inorganic Nitrogen During a Spring Bloom in 
the New York Bight, 
W80-04274 1313 5C 

The Effect of Dissolved Oxygen and Salinity on 
the Toxicity of Ammonia to Smolts of Salmon, 
Salmo Salar L., 
W80-04397 1313 5A 

The Role of Zooplankton in the Nitrogen Dy- 
namics of a Shallow Estuary, 
W80-04448 1313 5C 

Acute Toxicity of Residual Chlorine and Am- 
monia to Some Native Illinois Fishes, 
W80-04668 1314 5C 

Effects of Ammonia and Ammonium on Toler- 
ance and Byssogenesis in Perna Viridis, 
W80-04721 1314 5C 

Surface-Treated Activated Carbon for Removal 

of Phenol from Water. 

W80-06224 1320 5F 

AMMONIFICATION 

Corn Response to Ammoniacal Nitrogen Under 

Varying Levels of Magnesium and Potassium 

Fertility, 

W80-04871 1315 3F 

AMMONIUM 

Indicators of Phosphorus and Nitrogen Defi- 
ciency in Five Algae in Culture, 
W80-03258 1309 5A 

AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS 

The Effect of Intense Fertilization on Migration 

of Nitrogen Compounds in Soil, 

W80-00508 1302 5C 

Significance of Sorption Properties of Soils in 
Predicting the Migration of Nitrogen Com- 
pounds into Natural Waters, 
W 80-005 10 1302 5C 

Relationship of the Physiology of Aquatic Or- 
ganisms to the Lethality of Toxicants: A Broad 



SU 12 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES 



Overview with Emphasis on Membrane Perme- 
ability, 
W80-00825 1303 5A 

Effects of Prolonged Exposure to Ammonia on 
the Blood and Liver Glycogen of Coho Salmon 
(Oncorhyncush Kisutch), 
W80-01322 1304 5 A 

Application of Linear Polarization Techniques 

to the Study of Carbon Steel Corrosion in Dilute 

Ammonium Nitrate Solutions and Irrigation 

Groundwaters, 

W80-02709 1308 5C 

Ammonium Uptake by Symbiotic and Aposym- 

biotic Reef Corals, 

W80-04340 1313 21 

AMOCO CADIZ 

Sediment Penetration of Amoco Cadiz, Oil, Po- 
tential for Future Release, and Toxicity, 
W80-01076 1303 5 A 

AMOKA COUNTY (MN) 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Clearwater 
Creek, Rice Creek Watershed, Centerville, Lino 
Lakes, Hugo, Minnesota. 
W80-02850 1308 2E 

AMPHIBIANS 

Effects of Organic Compounds on Amphibian 

Reproduction, 

W80-03438 1310 5C 

AMPHIDINIUM 

Recycling of Metabolized Iron by the Marine 
Dinoflagellate Amphidinium Carterae, 
W80-02976 1308 5B 

AMPHIPODA 

Intraspecific Osmoregulatory Comparison in 
Gammarus Pulex (Crustacea: Amphipoda), 
W80-02554 1307 5C 

Amphipoda from Skadar Lake and its Drainage 

System, 

W80-02555 1307 5C 

Preliminary Notes on the Effect of Temperature 
and Light-Condition on the Time of Hatching in 
Some Heptageniidae (Ephemeroptera), 
W80-02558 1307 5C 

AMPHIPODS 

Tolerance of Intertidal Amphipods to Fluctuat- 
ing Conditions of Salinity, Oxygen and Copper, 
W80-06279 1320 5 A 

AMPHIROA 

Growth and Primary Productivity of Marine 
Macrophytes Exposed to Domestic Sewage Ef- 
fluents, 
W80-05250 1316 5C 

ANABAENA 

Phosphate Requirement of Anabaena Oscillar- 
ioides and Its Ecological Implications, 
W80-04454 1313 5C 

ANABAS 

Effect of Mercury on the Morphology of Eryth- 
rocytes in Anabas Scandens, 
W80-02423 1307 5B 

ANACYSTIS 

Effects of Simazine on the Blue-Green Alga 

Anacystis Nidulans, 

W80-01104 1303 5B 

ANACYSTIS CYANEA 

The Effects of Toxic Blue-Green Algae on 

Aquatic Animals, 

W80-06687 1324 5 A 

ANADROMOUS FISH 

The Law of the Sea and Management of Ana- 

dromous Fish Stocks, 

W80-04589 1314 6E 



ANAEROBIC BACTERIA 

Irrigation Return Flow Treatment by Biological 
Denitrification Process for Nitrate Removal, 
W80-04610 1314 5D 

ANAEROBIC CONDITIONS 

Sediments of Lake Rotorua as Sources and Sinks 

for Plant Nutrients, 

W80-01441 1304 5C 

The Influence of an Anaerobic Zone in Activat- 
ed Sludge Systems on the Bacterial Population 
Structure, 
W80-02750 1308 5D 

Anerobic Metabolism of Immediate Methane 

Precursors in Lake Mendota, 

W80-03812 1311 5C 

Microbial Methanogenesis and Acetate Metabo- 
lism in a Meromictic Lake, 
W80-03813 1311 2H 

Some Biochemical Constituents of Stage I and II 
Nauplii of Balanus Balanoides (L.) and the 
Effect of Anoxia on Stage I, 
W80-04005 1312 5C 

Anaerobic-Activated Carbon Filters for the Re- 
moval of Refractory and Toxic Organic Com- 
pounds in Wastewater, 
W80-04205 1313 5D 

Survival of Hypoxic Conditions by the Poly- 

chaete Cirriformia Tentaculata, 

W80-06278 1320 5 A 

ANAEROBIC DIGESTION 

Control of Odors from an Anaerobic Lagoon 

Treating Meat Packing Wastes, 

W80-00119 1301 5D 

Preliminary Evaluation of Anaerobic Sludge Di- 
gestion for the Tuna Processing Industry, 
W80-00127 1301 5E 

Anaerobic Digestion-Optimization of Energy 

Source from Wastes, 

W80-01643 1305 5D 

Microbial Treatment and Utilization of Night- 
soil, 
W80-01673 1305 5D 

ANAEROBIC FILTER 

Waste Treatment and Methane Production by a 

Plastic-Media Anaerobic Filter, 

W80-01640 1305 5D 

ANAEROBIC TREATMENT 

Studies of an Anaerobic/Aerobic Treatment 
Process for a Strong Organic Waste, 
W80-01657 1305 5D 

ANAESTHETICS 

The Effects of the Anaesthetic Quinaldine on 
Oxygen Consumption in an Intertidal Teleost 
Blennius Pholis (L.), 
W80-03690 1311 5 A 

Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Hae- 
moglobin Electrophoresis, ATP Levels and Cor- 
puscular Fragility Curves, 
W80-03988 1312 5 A 

Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Intra- 
species Differences, 
W80-03989 1312 5C 

Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Inter- 
species Differences, 
W80-03990 1312 5C 



ANALAYTICAL TECHNIQUES 

Determination Method for Residual 1,3-Dich- 
loro-and l,3,5-Trichloro-2-(4-Nitrophenoxy) 

Benzene (NIP and CNP) in Fish and Shellfish, 
W80-00847 1303 5 A 

ANALOG MODELS 

State-of-the-Art of Groundwater Modeling, 
W80-02866 1308 2F 

Electronic Filter Level Offset (El-Flo) Plus 

Reset Equipment for Automatic Downstream 
Control of Canals, 

W80-03387 1310 8C 

A Hybrid Computer System for Groundwater 

Modeling, 

W80-05175 1316 2F 

An Electronic Model of Harbor Waves, 
W80-05210 1316 2H 

Contribution of Groundwater Modeling to Plan- 
ning, 
W80-05300 1316 6A 

ANALYSIS 

Assessment of Water Quality Simulation Capa- 
bility for Lake Ontario, 
W80-00199 1301 2A 

Cooling Impoundments: Classification and Anal- 
ysis, 
W80-00580 1302 2H 

Methods of Comparing Annual Rainfall Records 

for Climatic Purposes, 

W80-02867 1308 2B 

Does Precipitation Pattern Foretell Gujarat Cli- 
mate Becoming Arid, 
W80-03638 1311 2B 

Interactive Pollutants and Joint Abatement 
Costs: Achieving Water Quality Standards with 
Effluent Charges, 
W80-04187 1312 5G 

Effect of Climate and Temperature on the 
Amount of HC03(-) and H2C03 of Ground- 
waters (Influence du Climat, de la Temperature 
sur la Teneur en HC03(-) et H2C03 des Eaux 
Souterraines), 
W80-04623 1314 2F 

Smoothed Data and Gradients Using Sliding 
Polynomials with Optional Controls, 
W80-05140 1316 7C 

Design and Selection of Small Wastewater 

Treatment Systems, 

W80-05564 1317 5D 

Libby Dam Project: Ex-Post Facto Analysis of 
Selected Environmental Impacts, Mitigation 
Commitments, Recreation Usage and Hydro- 
electric Power Production, 
W80-05794 1318 6G 

Reciprocal-Distance Estimate of Point Rainfall, 
W80-06296 1320 2B 

ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE 

Algal Biochemical Tricks and Classification. 
W80-00512 1302 5C 

ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES 

Theory and Application of Environmental Eco- 
nomics, 
W80-00027 1301 6 A 

Determination of Hydrodynamic Dispersion Co- 
efficients Using 'lnverfc'. 
W80-00073 1301 5B 

A Direct Solution to the Inverse Problem in 

Groundwater Flow, 

W80-00081 1301 2F 



SU-13 



ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Comparison of Finite Element and Finite Differ- 
ence Methods in Thermal Discharge Investiga- 
tions, 
W80-00082 1301 5B 

Boundary Element Method for Fluid Flow, 
W80-00083 1301 8B 

Fundamental Principles of Selecting the Method 
for Processing Sewage Sediments in Accordance 
with Their Properties, 
W80-OO115 1301 5D 



Water Analysis, 
W80-00217 



1301 1A 



Azomethine H Colorimetric Method for Deter- 
mining Dissolved Boron in Water, 
W80-00221 1301 IB 

An Inductive-Coupled Plasma Atomic-Emission 
Spectrometric Method for Routine Water Qual- 
ity Testing, 
W80-00229 1301 7B 

Flood Elevations for the Sooes River at Pro- 
posed Fish Hatchery, Clallam County, Washing- 
ton - A Surface-Water Site Study, 
W80-00231 1301 81 

Ridge Regression-Time Extrapolation Applied 

to Hawaiian Rainfall Normals, 

W80-00350 1301 2B 

World Employment Programme: Appropriate 
Construction Technology for Water Control and 
Irrigation Works in Developing Countries, 
W80-00419 1302 6A 



Water for the Thousand Millions, 
W80-00432 



1302 6 A 



Long-Term Planning of Water Management, 
W80-00434 1302 6A 

The Use of the ATP Assay for Rapid Assess- 
ment of Water Quality, 
W80-00552 1302 5A 

A Comparison of Dynamic and Static Head 
Space and Solvent Extraction Techniques for 
the Determination of Trihalomethanes in Water, 
W80-00617 1302 5A 

Value of Chemical Fractionation for Identifying 

the Toxic Components of Complex Aqueous 

Effluents, 

W80-00829 1303 5A 

A Method for Measuring Algal Toxicity and Its 

Application to the Safety Assessment of New 

Chemicals, 

W80-00832 1303 5 A 

Unsteady Flow in Confined Aquifers: a Com- 
parison of Two Boundary Integral Methods, 
W80-00949 1 303 2F 

A Conceptual Deterministic Analysis of the 

Kriging Technique in Hydrology, 

W80-01028 1303 6A 

Effect of Selected Water Toxicants and Other 
Chemicals upon Adenosine Triphosphatase Ac- 
tivity in Vitro, 
W 80-0 1073 1303 5A 

Recovery of 14C-Labelled Polychlonnatcd Bi- 

phenyls (PCH; in fish Tissue Using a Combus- 

irid a Solubilization Method of Sample 

Preparation for Scintillation Analysis, 

W80-01 1303 5A 

Extraction and Gas-Liquid Chromatographic 

Analysis of Chlorphoxim in Water and Fish, 

;K)89 1303 5A 



Monitoring Trace Elements in the Mussel, Myti- 
lus Edulis Using X-Ray Energy Spectroscopy, 
W80-01100 1303 5A 

Trophic Status of Twenty-One New Zealand 

High Country Lakes, 

W80-01121 1303 5C 

The Analysis of Nitrogen Forms in Waters and 

Wastewaters, 

W80-01127 1303 5C 

Evidence of Argo Merchant Cargo Oil in 
Marine Biota by Glass Capillary GC Analysis, 
W80-01144 1303 5 A 

Hierarchical Diversity of Communities of 

Aquatic Insects and Fishes, 

W80-01198 1303 5A 

Utilizing an Infrared Thermometer for Air Tem- 
perature Measurements, 
W80-01200 1303 7B 

The Determination of Cyanide Ion in Natural 
Waters with a Selective Ion Electrode, 
W80-01256 1304 5A 

Measuring Hydraulic Conductivity in Clay 
Soils: Methods, Techniques, and Errors, 
W80-01265 1304 7B 

Beyond the LC50: An Opinion About Research 
Activities and Needs Concerning Physiological 
Effects of Pollutants in the Environment, 
W80-01345 1304 5B 

Prediction of Algal-Available Phosphorus in 

Runoff Suspensions, 

W80-01455 1304 5C 

Creep Stress Analysis of Frozen Soils Under 

Multiaxial States of Stress, 

W80-01523 1304 8D 

Algal Assay and Chemical Analysis: A Com- 
parative Study of Water Quality Assessment 
Techniques in a Polluted River, 
W80-01541 1304 5A 

Population Studies of Vendace (Coregonus 
Albula (L.) and Perch (Perca Fluviatilis L.) in a 
Mesohumic Oligotrophic Lake, 
W80-01779 1305 5C 

Kalman Filter Modeling of the Speed River 

Quality, 

W8O-O1860 1305 5B 

Particle-Size Analysis by Pipette and Sedigraph, 
W80-01874 1305 2J 

Determination of Aquifer Transport Parameters, 
W80-01877 1305 2F 

Experimental Investigation of Evapotranspira- 

tion, 

W80-02051 1306 2D 

Exposure Assessment: A Key Issue in Aquatic 

Toxicology, 

W80-02116 1306 5A 

Use of Infiltation Equation Coefficients as an 
Aid in Defining Hydrologic Impacts of Range 
Management Schemes, 
W80-02146 1306 2G 

A New Collocation Method for the Solution of 
the Convection-Dominated Transport Equation, 
W80-02177 1306 2E 

Measuring and Estimating the Bioconcentration 

Factor of Chemicals in Fish, 

W80-02212 1306 5B 

Reconstructed Pleistocene Ice-Sheet Tempera- 
tures and Glacial Erosion in Northern Scotland, 
W80-02361 1306 2C 



Utilization of Bacterial Colony Counter* to 

Count Early Instar Water Fleas (Daphnia 

Magna), 

W80-02426 1307 5A 

Note on Rapid and Sensitive Method for the 
Determination of Anionic Detergents in Natural 
Waters, at the PPB Level, 
W80-02465 1307 5C 

Glucose Concentrations and Heterotrophic Ac- 
tivity in Lake Kinneret, 
W80-02505 1307 5C 

An Improved Method for Measuring Irradiance 

in Algal Cultures, 

W80-02517 1307 5C 

Feeding in the Rotifer Brachionus Calyciflorus 
IV. Selective Feeding on Tracer Particles as a 
Factor in Trophic Ecology in an in Situ Tech- 
nique, 
W80-02527 1307 5C 

Carbon Analysis for the Determination of Indi- 
vidual Biomasses of Planktonic Animals, 
W80-02551 1307 5C 

Seasonal Cycles in the Phytoplankton Phospho- 
rus Status of a North Temperate Zone Lake 
(Lake Memphremagog, Que-Vt), Plus a Com- 
parison of Techniques, 
W80-02572 1307 5C 

Methods for Determination of Inorganic Sub- 
stances in Water and Fluvial Sed.ments. 
W80-02596 1307 7B 

Mathematical Derivation of Linear and Nonlin- 
ear Runoff Kernels, 
W80-02655 1307 2E 

Acid Precipitation: Measurement of pH and 

Acidity, 

W80-02667 1307 2K 

Use of a Digitalized Grid in the Mapping of the 
Water Balance Elements in a River Basin (Utili- 
sation D'une Grille D' Altitudes Digitalisees 
Pour La Cartographie D'Elements Du Bilan Hy- 
drique), 
W 80-02675 1307 2 A 

The Transient Water Table Beneath a Leaking 

Canal, 

W80-02676 1307 2F 

Objective Analysis of Convective Scale Rainfall 

Using Gages and Radar, 

W80-02677 1307 2B 

Real-Time Estimation of Velocity and Covar- 
iance Structure of Rainfall Events Using Tele- 
metered Raingage Data-A Comparison of 
Methods, 
W80-02678 1307 2B 

An Evaluation of Column Chromatography and 
Flameless Atomic Absorption Spectrophoto- 
metry for Arsenic Speciation as Applied to 
Aquatic Systems, 
W80-02682 1307 5A 

Mathematical Programming Models Applied to 

Water Resources Planning, 

W80-02863 1308 6A 

A Supplement To-Methods for Collection and 
Analysis of Aquatic Biological and Microbiolo- 
gical Samples (U.S. Geological Survey Tech- 
niques of Water-Resources Investigations. Book 
5, Chapter A4), 
W80-02936 1308 7B 

Progress in Analytical Groundwater Modeling, 
W80-03053 1309 2F 



Towards a Definition of Drought, 
W8O-03O6O 



1309 6A 



SU-14 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ANCHOVY 



Firefly Assay of Adenine Nucleotides Form 
Algae: Comparison of Extraction Methods, 
W80-03111 1309 5C 

ATP as a Measure of Living Phytoplankton 

Carbon in Estuaries, 

W80-03115 1309 5C 

Estimated Drawdowns in the Floridan Aquifer 

Due to Increased Withdrawals, Duval County, 

Florida, 

W80-03165 1309 6 A 

Trace Element release from Estuarine Sediments 
of South Mosquito Lagoon Near Kennedy 
Space Center, 
W80-03355 1310 5A 

Use of Synographic Techniques in Research and 
Dissemination of Hydrological Information, 
W80-03360 1310 7C 

An Automated Procedure for the Determination 

of Phosphorus, 

W80-03463 1310 5 A 

The Development and Servicing of Spatial Data 
Management Techniques in the Corps of Engi- 
neers, 
W80-03588 1310 6A 

Flood Damage Assessments Using Spatial Data 

Management Techniques, 

W80-03589 1310 6A 

Spatial Data Analysis of Nonstructural Meas- 
ures, 
W80-03590 1310 6A 

Comparison of Various Methods for Estimating 
the Quality of Water Based on Bottom-Dwelling 
Indicator Invertebrates, 
W80-03673 1311 5 A 

A Method for Studying the Excretory Function 

of Fish Kidneys Under Chronic Experimental 

Conditions, 

W80-03675 1311 5 A 

A Technique for Estimating Heights Reached 
by the 100- Year Flood on Unregulated, Nontidal 
Streams in North Carolina, 
W80-03764 1311 2E 

Two Electivity Indices for Feeding with Special 
Reference to Zooplankton Grazing, 
W80-03810 1311 5C 

Assessment of Aquatic Weed Problems, 

W 80-03 826 1311 4 A 

Formulating Aquatic Weed Management Pro- 
grams, 
W80-03841 1311 4A 

Hedonic Prices, Property Values and Measuring 
Environmental Benefits: A Survey of the Issues, 
W80-03847 1311 6B 

Analytical Method for Nonionic Surfactants in 

Laboratory Biodegradation and Environmental 

Studies, 

W80-03976 1312 5 A 

Diurnal Oxygen Rhythm and Primary Produc- 
tion in the Mixed Layer of the Atlantic Ocean at 
20 Degrees N, 
W80-04282 1313 5 A 

Current C14 Methods for Measuring Primary 

Production: Gross Underestimates in Oceanic 

Waters, 

W80-04284 1313 5 A 

Evaluation of Protocols for Pesticides and 

PCB's in Raw Wastewater, 

W80-04300 1313 5 A 



Description and Use of an Improved Method for 
Determining Estuarine Zooplankton Grazing 
Rates on Phytoplankton, 
W80-04357 1313 5 A 

Staining Preparations for Phytoplankton and 

Periphyton, 

W80-04365 1313 7C 

Analysis of Structural and Nonstructural Flood 

Control Measures Using Computer Program 

HEC-5C, 

W 80-04772 1314 6A 

Pyranine Used as a Fluorescent Tracer in Hy- 
drology: PH Effects in Determination of Its 
Concentration, 
W80-04846 1315 7B 

Analysis of Ground Water by Different Labora- 
tories - A Comparison of Chloride and Nitrate 
Data, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, New York, 
W80-04852 1315 5 A 

Water Analysis in South Africa: Interlaboratory 
Comparison Studies. Part VI: Boron, Silicon, 
MBAS, Cyanide, Phenol, Sulphide, BOD, 
Colour and Turbidity, Analyses, 
W80-04885 1315 5 A 

Water Analysis in South Africa: Interlaboratory 
Comparison Studies. Part VII: Conclusions, 

W80-04886 1315 5 A 

Short-Term Responses of Nutrient-Deficient 

Algae to Nutrient Addition, 

W80-05022 1315 5 A 

Smoothed Data and Gradients Using Sliding 
Polynomials with Optional Controls, 
W80-05140 1316 7C 

Estimating the Risk of Channel Erosion, 
W80-05209 1316 2 J 

Taxonomy of Solutions: Unsteady Open Chan- 
nel Flow, 
W80-05212 1316 2E 

The Numerical Dispersion of the Muskingum 

Method, 

W80-05215 1316 2E 

Concentration and Fractionation of Hydropho- 
bic Organic Acid Constituents from Natural 
Waters by Liquid Chromatography, 
W80-05301 1316 IB 

Errors in Molybdenum Blue Methods for Deter- 
mining Orthopohosphate in Freshwater, 
W80-05411 1317 2H 

Comparison of the Nitrogen- 15 Uptake and 
Acetylene Reduction Methods for Estimating 
the Rates of Nitrogen Fixation by Freshwater 
Blue-Green Algae, 
W80-05428 1317 2H 

Radiochemical Analysis of Orthophosphate 
Concentrations and Seasonal Changes in the 
Flux of Orthophosphate to Seston in Two Cana- 
dian Shield Lakes, 
W80-05429 1317 2H 

Reliability of Water Analysis Kits, 

W80-05481 1317 5 A 

Quality Assurance Program for Trace Petro- 
leum Component Analysis, 
W80-05602 1317 5 A 

Comparisons of Four Methods for Determina- 
tion of Degree of Peat Humification (Decompo- 
sition) With Emphasis on the Von Post Method, 
W80-05649 1317 21 



The Mass Balance Approach: Application to 
Interpreting the Chemical Evolution of Hydro- 
logic Systems, 
W80-05719 1318 2K 

The 'Cheat Sheet': A New Tool for the Field 
Evaluation of Wells by Step-Testing, 
W80-05741 1318 2F 

Rapid Determination of Soil Water Characteris- 
tic by Thermocouple Psychrometry, 
W80-05871 1318 2G 

Fluorescence: Absorbance Ratios-A Molecular- 
Weight Tracer of Dissolved Organic Matter, 
W80-06134 1319 5B 

Gas-Liquid Chromatographic Determination of 
Bayer 73 in Fish, Aquatic Invertebrates, Mud, 
and Water, 
W80-06282 1320 5 A 

A Distance-Weighted Method for Computing 

Average Precipitation, 

W80-06291 1320 7C 



Bayesian Frequency Analysis, 
W80-06298 



1320 2E 



Curve-Number Procedure as Infiltration 

Method, 

W80-06301 1320 2G 

Laser-Photoacoustic Detection of Water Pollut- 
ants; Phase I, 
W80-06508 1324 5 A 

The Chemical Composition of Water and the 
Analytical Chemist: A Challenge, 

W80-06649 1324 5 A 

Fitting Log Normal Distributions to Hydrologic 

Data, 

W80-06753 1324 2E 

Evaluation of the Modified Colourimetric 
Method for the Determination of Malathion: Its 
Application to the Analysis of Malathion Resi- 
dues in Water, 
W80-06776 1324 5 A 

Membrane Filtration Faecal Coliform Determi- 
nations with Unmodified and Modified M-FC 
Medium, 
W80-06851 1324 5D 

ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUS 

Water Analysis in South Africa: Inter-Labora- 
tory Comparison Studies. Part III: Nutrient 
Analysis, 
W80-05989 1318 5A 

ANALYTICAL TECNIQUES 

Determination of Land Use from Landsat Imag- 
ery: Applications to Hydrologic Modeling, 
W80-05931 1318 7B 

ANARHICHAS 

Lead in Spotted Wolfish, Anarhichas Minor, 
Near a Zinc-Lead Mine in Greenland, 
W80-02394 1306 5B 

ANAYTICAL TECHNIQUES 

Measurement of Carbon Dioxide Compensation 

Points of Freshwater Algae, 

W80-03010 1309 5C 

ANCHOVY 

Levels of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in Marine 
Animals from the Central Mediterranean, 
W80-02939 1308 5B 

PCBs and Chlorinated Pesticides in Organisms 

from the Ligurian Sea, 

W80-02955 1308 5B 



SU-15 






ANCHOVY 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Mercury Concentrations in Pelagic Fishes (An- 
chovy, Mackerel and Sardine) from the Italian 
Coast and Strait of Gibraltar, 
W80-03236 1309 5A 

ANDERSON ARROYO (CO) 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 
River, Anderson and King Arroyos, La Junta, 
Otero County, CO. 
W80-02854 1308 2E 

ANESTHETICS 

Comparison of Anesthetic Potency of Benzo- 
caine Hydrochloride and MS-222 in Two Fresh- 
water Fish Species, 
W80-00784 1302 5A 

Carbonic Acid Anesthesia for Aquatic Organ- 
isms, 
W80-00786 1302 5 A 

Sedation of Warm-Water Fish Species in Aqua- 
culture Research, 
W80-01327 1304 5 A 

ANGIOSPERMS 

Nitrogen Fixation Associated with Four Species 
of Submerged Anglosperms in the Central 
Chesapeake Bay, 
W80-06040 1319 21 

ANILINE 

Embryo-Larval Toxicity Tests with Organic 

Compounds, 

W80-01197 1303 5A 

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR 

Vertical Migration of Daphnia Gessneri Herbst, 
1967, in Americana Reservoir, State of Sao 
Paulo, Brazil, 
W80-01729 1305 5C 

Browsing and Grazing by Cladoceran Filter 

Feeders, 

W80-01978 1305 5C 

Reproductive Strategies Shown by Freshwater 

Hirudinoidea, 

W80-02525 1307 5C 

Feeding in the Rotifer Brachionus Calyciflorus 
(III). Direct Observations on the Effects of 
Food Type, Food Density, Change in Food 
Type and Starvation on the Incidence of Pseu- 
dotrochal Screening, 
W80-02526 1307 5C 

Effects of Algae and Protozoans on the Dynam- 
ics of Polyarthra Vulgaris, 
W80-02528 1307 5C 

Prey Selection by the Cyclopoid Copepods Me- 
socyclops Edax and Cyclops Vicinus, 
W80-02543 1307 5C 

Instar-Specific Swimming Patterns and Preda- 

tion of Planktonic Copepods, 

W80-02547 1307 5C 

Oxygen Consumption and the Respiratory Re- 
sponses to Declining Oxygen Tension in the 
Crab Ebalia Tuberosa (Pennant) (Crustacea: De- 
capoda: Leucosiidae), 
W80-02986 1308 5A 

A Comparative Study of the Closure Responses 
of Some Cirnpede Species Exposed to Falling 
Seawater Concentrations, 
WXO-03342 1310 5 A 

Carnivorous Feeding Behavior of the Adult Ca- 
lanoid Copepod Acartia Tonsa Dana, 
W80-03783 1311 5C 

Consumer Regulation of Nutrient Cycling, 
W80-04I22 1312 5B 



ANIMAL GROUPINGS 

Fish Communities of the Manitoulin Island 

Lakes, 

W80-01791 1305 81 

ANIMAL GROWTH 

Reduction of Aquatic Vegetation Following the 
Colonization of a Northern Swedish Lake by the 
Muskrat, Ondatra Zibethica, 
W80-00513 1302 5C 

Toxic Effects of Aqueous Extracts of Ekofisk 
Crude Oil, Crude Oil Fractions, and Commer- 
cial Oil Products on the Development of Sea 
Urchin Eggs, 
W80-00798 1302 5 A 

Combined Effects of Temperature, Salinity and 
Cadmium on Development, Growth and Mortal- 
ity of Mytilus Edulis Larvae from the Western 
Baltic Sea, 
W80-00858 1303 5B 

A Note on Aging in Fish with Special Reference 

to the Perch, Perca Fluviatilis L., 

W80-01792 1305 81 

The Relationship Between Vertebral Number 

and Water Temperature in Cod, 

W80-02368 1306 5A 

The Influence of Temperature Change on 
Number of Anal Fin Rays Developing in Fundu- 
lus Majalis (Walbaum), 
W80-02369 1306 5A 

ANIMAL METABOLISM 

Excretion of the Lampricide Bayer 73 by Rain- 
bow Trout, 
W80-00824 1303 5B 

Effects of Oxygen Tension on Pumping, Filtra- 
tion and Oxygen Uptake in the Ascidian Phallu- 
sia Mammillata, 
W80-01063 1303 5A 

Detoxification System in Polychaete Worms: 
Importance in the Degradation of Sediment Hy- 
drocarbons, 
W80-01330 1304 5B 

Metabolic Responses to Temperature Change in 
a Tropical Freshwater Copepod (Mesocyclops 
Brasilianus) and Their Adaptive Significance, 
W80-01761 1305 5A 

Temperature Influence on Basal Activity and 
Induction of Mixed Function Oxygenase Activi- 
ty in Fundulus Heteroclitus, 
W80-02958 1308 5 A 

Fluxes of Dissolved and Particulate Calcium in 
Selected Tissues of Crassostrea Virginica, 
W80-02966 1308 5B 

Major Detoxification Pathways for Pentachloro- 

phenol in Goldfish, 

W80-02973 1308 5A 

Bioavailability of a Hydrocarbon from Water 

and Sediment to the Marine Worm Arenicola 

Marina, 

W80-03260 1309 5B 

Accumulation, Elimination, and Metabolism of 
Dichlorobenzidine in the Bluegill Sunfish, 
W80-03334 1310 5B 

Studies on Toxicities of Biphenyl Ether Herbi- 
cides and Their Analogues to Fish— 1. The Meth- 
emoglobin-Formation by the Nitroso-Deriva- 
tives in White-Spotted Char, Salvelinus Leuco- 
maenis, Erythrocytes, 
W80-04889 1315 5B 

Studies on Toxicities of Biphenyl Ether Herbi- 
cides and Their Analogues to Fish— II. Produc- 
tion of Mcllicmoglohin-Forming Metabolites of 



the Amino-Derivatives by White-Spotted Char, 
Salvelinus Leucomaenis, Liver Homogenate, 
W 80-04890 1315 5B 

Survival of Hypoxic Conditions by the Poly- 
chaete Cirriformia Tentaculata, 
W80-06278 1320 5A 

ANIMAL PATHOLOGY 

Nifurpirinol (Furanace; P-7138) Related Lesions 

on Channel Catfish Ictalurus Punctatus (Rafines- 

que), 

W80-02222 1306 5B 

Changes in the Ultrastructure of the Gill Epithe- 
lium of Patella Vulgata after Exposure to North 
Sea Crude Oil and Dispersants, 
W80-06280 1320 5C 

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY 

Total and Methylmercury Levels in Three Spe- 
cies of Whelks, 
W80-00656 1302 5 A 

Trace Metals in Seaducks of the Fraser River 
Delta Intertidal Area, British Columbia, 
W80-00657 1302 5A 

Comparative Metabolism of Parathion by Inter- 
tidal Invertebrates, 
W80-02110 1306 5 A 

Effects of Algae and Protozoans on the Dynam- 
ics of Polyarthra Vulgaris, 
W80-02528 1307 5C 

Preliminary Notes on the Effect of Temperature 
and Light-Condition on the Time of Hatching in 
Some Heptageniidae (Ephemeroptera), 
W80-02558 1307 5C 

On the Resistance of Isolated Bivalve Gill Pieces 
to Oxygen Deficiency and Hydrogen Sulphide, 
W80-04009 1312 5C 

Effect of Some Pesticides on the Rhythmic Ad- 
ductor Muscle Activity of Fresh-Water Mussel 
Larvae, 
W80-04406 1313 5 A 

Effect of Organophosphate Insecticide 'Owado- 
fos Plynny-50' (Fenitrothion) on Bioelectric 
Changes in Cardiac Muscle of Eel, Anguilla 
Anguilla L., 
W80-04416 1313 5C 

Variables Affecting Body Burdens of Lead, Zinc 
and Cadmium in a Roadside Population of the 
Snail Cepaea Hortensis Muller, 
W80-04702 1314 5C 

ANIMAL POPULATIONS 

An Assessment of the Effects of Subtidal 
Sewage Outfalls on Intertidal Macrofauna of 
Several Central Puget Sound Beaches, 
W80-O1320 1304 5A 

Population Structure and Species Composition 
of the Free-Living Nematodes Inhabiting Sands 
of the New York Bight Apex, 
W80-04391 1313 5C 

Rainfall Variability and Animal Production in 
the Semi-Arid Savanna of Southern Africa, 
W80-05902 1318 2B 

ANIMAL WASTES (WILDLIFE) 

Energy and Useful By-Product Recovery from 

Animal Wastes, 

W80-01639 1305 5D 



ANIMALS 

Estuarine Animals, 
W 80-00302 



1301 2L 



Impact of Oil on the Supralittoral Zone: Effects 

on the Supralittoral Fauna, 

W80-06747 1324 5C 



SU 16 



SUBJECT INDEX 



APPLICATION EQUIPMENT 



ANIMAS RIVER (CO) 

Flood Hazard Information: Animas River and 
Hermosa Creek, Hermosa, Colorado, 
W80-01412 1304 2E 

ANION EXCHANGE 

Resin Treatment Improves High-Color Ground 

Water, 

W80-03436 1310 5F 

ANIONS 

Note on Rapid and Sensitive Method for the 
Determination of Anionic Detergents in Natural 
Waters, at the PPB Level, 
W80-02465 1307 5C 

Determination of Selected Anions in Water by 

Ion Chromatography, 

W80-06244 1320 5 A 

ANISOTROPY 

Modeling Groundwater Flow Fields Containing 

Point Singularities: A Technique for Singularity 

Removal, 

W80-O0609 1302 2F 

Anisotropic Properties of Sea Ice in the 50- to 

150-MHZ Range, 

W80-01278 1304 2C 

Model for Estimating Electric Macroanisotropy 
Coefficient of Aquifers with Horizontal and 
Vertical Fractures, 
W80-03434 1310 2F 

ANNELIDS 

Uptake, Binding and Clearance of Divalent Cad- 
mium in Glycera Dibranchiata (Annelida: Poly- 
chaeta), 
W80-O0664 1302 5 A 

Respiratory Properties of Erythrocruorin (Ex- 
tracellular Hemoglobin) in the Blood of the An- 
nelid Arenicola Marina with Special Reference 
to the Influences of Salinity and Temperature, 
W80-04728 1314 5B 

ANNUAL 

United States Geological Survey Yearbook, 

Fiscal Year 1978. 

W80-00236 1301 7C 

ANNUAL COSTS 

Labor Wage Rates, Productivity, and the Cost 

of Water Supply, 

W80-02047 1306 6C 

ANNUAL PEAK DISCHARGE 

Assessment of Fitting Techniques for the Log 

Pearson Type 3 Distribution using Monte Carlo 

Simulation, 

W8O-O0947 1303 2E 

Annual Peak Discharges From Small Drainage 
Areas in Montana Through September 1979, 
W80-06528 1324 2E 

ANNUAL RAINFALL 

The Relationship Between Annual Rainfall and 

Pan Evaporation in Australia, 

W80-02885 1308 2D 

Stochastic Analysis of Annual Rainfall Affected 

by Urbanization, 

W80-05119 1316 2B 

ANNUAL SUCCESSION 

Seasonal and Between Year Variation in the 
Chironomid Larvae of a Chalk Stream, 
W80-02565 1307 5C 

ANODONTA 

Behavioural Studies on Mussels Under Changing 

Environmental Conditions, 

W80-04404 1313 5 A 



Effect of Some Pesticides on the Rhythmic Ad- 
ductor Muscle Activity of Fresh-Water Mussel 
Larvae, 
W80-04406 1313 5 A 

ANOMALOCARDIA 

On the Resistance of Isolated Bivalve Gill Pieces 
to Oxygen Deficiency and Hydrogen Sulphide, 
W80-04009 1312 5C 

ANONCHUS 

The Effects of Temperature on the Respiration 
and Production of the Freshwater Nematode 
Anonchus Sp., 
W80-01328 1304 5 A 

ANTARCTIC 

Ultrasonic Velocity Investigations of Crystal 
Anisotropy in Deep Ice Cores from Antarctica, 
W80-00739 1302 2C 

Sedimentation and the Distribution of Organic 
Matter in a Sub-Antarctic Marine Bay, 
W80-01015 1303 2J 

Primary Productivity of a Hypersaline Antarctic 

Lake, 

W80-01984 1305 5C 

The Mass Budget of the Lambert Glacier Drain- 
age Basin Antarctica, 
W80-02477 1307 2C 

On the Origin of Stratified Debris in Ice Cores 
from the Bottom of the Antarctic Ice Sheet, 
W80-04325 1313 2C 

Depolarization of Radio Waves Can Distinguish 
Between Floating and Grounded Ice Sheets, 
W80-04328 1313 2C 



Ice Shelves: A Review, 
W80-05670 



1317 2C 



Ice-Sheet Flow Properties Derived From Bore- 
Hole Shear Measurements Combined With Ice- 
Core Studies, 
W80-05738 1318 2C 

A Thermohydrodynamic Model of an Ice Sheet, 
W80-06664 1324 2C 

ANTARCTIC OCEAN 

Sedimentation and the Distribution of Organic 
Matter in a Sub-Antarctic Marine Bay, 
W80-01015 1303 2 J 

ANTENNAS 

Performane of V.H.F. Aerials Close To a Snow 

Surface, 

W80-06098 1319 2C 

ANTHRACENE 

Transport and Transformations of Anthracene in 

Natural Waters, 

W80-02121 1306 5 A 

ANTHROPOGENIC SOURCES 

Volatile Organic Compounds in Seawater, 
W80-01539 1304 5B 

ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASPECTS 

Economic Gratification Orientation Among 

Small-Scale Fisherman in Panama and Puerto 

Rico, 

W80-01301 1304 6B 

ANTHROPOLOGY 

Systems Ecology, People Ecology, and the An- 
thropology of Fishing Communities, 
W80-03860 1311 6B 

ANTIBIOTICS 

Communities of Organisms During Treatment of 

Sewage Containing Antibiotics, 

W80-02081 1306 5C 



ANTIFOULING MATERIALS 

Mechanisms of Copper Tolerance in the Marine 
Fouling Alga Ectocarpus Siliculosus- Evidence 
for an Exclusion Mechanism, 
W80-02213 1306 5 A 

ANTIFREEZE 

An Effective Antifreeze for Storage Raingauges, 
W80-04243 1313 2B 

ANTIMONY 

Pollution Monitoring of Eleven Trace Elements 
in Three Marine Organisms from Saronikos 
Gulf, Greece, 
W80-03230 1309 5 A 

Trace Elements in Mesopelagic and Some 

Coastal Fish from the Adriatic, 

W80-03233 1309 5 A 

Heavy Metals and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in 
Pelagic Organisms from the Open Mediterra- 
nean Sea, 
W80-03241 1309 5 A 

A Comparison of the Acute Toxicities of Ten 
Heavy Metals to Phytoplankton from Saanich 
Inlet, B.C., Canada, 
W80-04398 1313 5C 

Uptake and Elimination of Antimony in the 

Mussel, Mytilus Edulis, 

W80-04697 1314 5C 

ANTIMYCIN 

Toxicity of Fishery Chemicals to the Asiatic 

Clam, Corbicula Manilensis, 

W80-00785 1302 5 A 

ANTIMYCIN A 

An Investigation into the Effects of the Piscicide 
Antimycin A on the Fish and Invertebrates of a 
Scottish Stream, 
W80-01083 1303 5 A 

The Influence of Chemical Reclamation on a 

Small Brown Trout Stream in Southwestern 

Wisconsin, 

W80-01450 1304 5G 

ANTITRANSPIRANTS 

Phreatophyte Evapotranspiration and its Poten- 
tial Reduction Without Eradication, 
W80-03442 1310 2D 

APALACHICOLA BAY (FL) 

Verification of an Estuarine Model for Apalachi- 

cola Bay, Florida, 

W80-05179 1316 2L 

APHANIZOMENON FLOS-AQUAE 

The Effects of Toxic Blue-Green Algae on 

Aquatic Animals, 

W80-06687 1324 5 A 

APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN REGION 

Effects of Wood Products Harvest on Forest 
Soil and Water Relations, 

W80-04519 1314 4C 

Hydrology and Geochemistry of Thermal 

Springs of the Appalachians, 

W80-05457 1317 1A 

Flood of April 1977 in the Appalachian Region 
of Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Vir- 
ginia, 
W80-06795 1324 2E 

APPLICATION EQUIPMENT 

Agricultural Irrigation System and Components 

Therefor, 

W80-00873 1303 3F 

Part-Circle Sprinkler Head with Improved 

Quick-Return Mechanism, 

W80-00882 1303 3F 



SU-17 



APPLICATION EQUIPMENT 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Root Irrigation Dripilator Device with Spray 

Head, 

W8O-O0905 1303 3F 



Watering Device, 
W80-01491 

Emitter, 
W 80-0 1492 



1304 3F 



1304 3F 



Center Pivot Irrigation System Having Appara- 
tus for Irrigating Corners, 
W80-01493 1304 3F 

Mobile Pivot Tower for Irrigation System, 
W80-01940 1305 3F 

Trickle Irrigation Water Quality and Preventive 

Maintenance, 

W80-01955 1305 5F 



Drip Irrigation Apparatus, 
W80-01974 

Lock Valve for Sprinkler, 
W80-01987 



1305 3F 



1305 3F 



Sprinkler Head With Improved Integral Impact 
Arm and Anti-Backsplash Drive Spoon, 
W80-02139 1306 3F 

Bracing Attachment for Wheeled Sprinkler 

System, 

W80-02140 1306 3F 



Device for Soil Irrigation, 
W80-02149 



1306 3F 



Rotary Sprinkler Impact Arm Spring Adjust- 
ment, 
W80-02448 1307 3F 

Two-Piece Wear-Resistant Spray Nozzle Con- 
struction, 
W80-02613 1307 3F 



Soaker Hose, 
W80-02619 



1307 3F 



Combination Hydraulic Cylinder and Shock Ab- 
sorber, 
W80-02620 1307 3F 



Sprinkler and Valve Operator, 
W80-02642 



1307 3F 



Retracting Agricultural Irrigation Sprinkler, 
W80-02997 1308 3F 

Self-Propelled Linear Irrigation System, 
W80-O3197 1309 3F 



Irrigation Machine, 
W80-03584 

Irrigation System, 
W80-03595 



1310 3F 



1310 3F 



Flow Control Devices Particularly Useful for 

Drip Irrigation, 

W 80-03604 1311 3F 

Center Pivot Construction for Center Pivot 

Sprinkler, 

W80-06173 1319 3F 



Irrigation Machine, 
W80-06941 



1324 3F 



APPLICATION METHODS 
Quality of Runoff from Land Receiving Surface 
Application and Injection of Liquid Dairy 
Manure, 
WfcO-03443 1310 5B 

Drainage Requirements for Land Application 

Wastewater Treatment, 

WS0-06670 1324 5E 



APPROPRIATENESS 

Water for the Thousand Millions, 

W80-00432 1302 6A 

APPROPRIATION 

Appropriative Water Rights and Efficient Allo- 
cation of Resources, 
W80-00548 1 302 6E 

APPROPRIATIVE RIGHTS 

Appropriative Water Rights and Efficient Allo- 
cation of Resources, 
W 80-00548 1302 6E 

AQUA-KLEEN 

Toxicity of Butoxyethyl Ester of 2,4-D to Se- 
lected Salmon and Trout, 
W80-04700 1314 5A 

AQUA-KLEEN (TRADE NAME) 

Dynamics and Behavioral Toxicology of Aqua- 
Kleen (Trade Name) (2,4-D Butoxyethanol 
Ester) as Revealed by the Modification of Rheo- 
tropism in Rainbow Trout, 

W80-03703 1311 5A 

AQUACULTURE 

Mariculture, The Law of the Continental Shelf 
and Offshore Oil Recovery: A Technology Af- 
fected by a Body of Law Effected by a Technol- 
ogy, 
W80-04981 1315 6E 

Aquaculture: Emerging Issues of Law and 

Policy, 

W80-05914 1318 6E 

Recent State of Oil Pollution in the Mariculture 

Farms in Seto Inland Sea, Japan, 

W80-06315 1320 5C 

AQUATIC 

Production of Reproductively Limited Grass 
Carp for Biological Control of Aquatic Weeds, 
W80-01254 1304 4A 

AQUATIC ALGAE 

Measurement of Complexing Materials Excreted 
from Algae and Their Ability to Ameliorate 
Copper Toxicity, 
W80-00667 1302 5 A 

Acute Toxicity to Selenastrum Capricornutum 
of Aromatic Compounds from Coal Conversion, 
W80-O1O72 1303 5A 

Structural Elements. Principal Populations of 

Algae. Spatial Distribution. 

W80-01237 1304 21 



Dynamics of Algal Communities, 
W80-01238 



1304 21 



On the Productivity and Chemical Composition 
of Some Benthic Algae in Hard-Water Streams, 
W 80-0 1703 1305 5C 

Development of Algae in Ponds Treated with 

Foschlor and in Ponds with Controlled Time of 

Fill, 

W80-02096 1306 5 A 

The Availability of Sediment Phosphate to 

Algae, 

W80-02751 1308 5C 

The Use of the Walkley-Black Method for Or- 
ganic Carbon Determination as a Procedure for 
Estimating Algal Yields, 
W80-02753 1308 5C 

Measurement of Carbon Dioxide Compensation 

Points of Freshwater Algae, 

W80-03010 1309 5C 

Eutrophication, Minute Algae and Inefficient 

Grazers, 

W80-03211 1309 5B 



Indicators of Phosphorus and Nitrogen Defi- 
ciency in Five Algae in Culture, 
W80-O3258 1309 5A 

Extraction and Accumulation of 210Pb by 

Aquatic Organisms in Lakes, 

W80-03677 1311 5B 

Algae Grown on Wastewater as a Source of 
Protein for Young Chickens and Rats, 
W80-03817 1311 3C 

Secondary Toxicology and Contaminants of 

Algae Grown on Wastewater, 

W80-03818 1311 3C 

Growth Responses of Selected Freshwater 
Algae to Trace Elements and Scrubber Ash 
Slurry Generated by Coal-Fired Power Plants, 
W80-04386 1313 5C 

Sodium and Potassium Ions Effects on Phospho- 
rus Transport in Algal Cells, 
W80-04392 1313 5C 

Life Cycle, Ecology, and Management Consid- 
erations of the Green Filamentous Alga, Pitho- 
phora, 
W80-05101 1316 5C 

AQUATIC ANIMALS 

Animal Populations in Fishpond Littorals, 
W80-01215 1304 21 

Macrofauna of Invertebrates in Helophyte Com- 
munities, 
W80-01245 1304 21 

Impact of the Freshwater Sponge Spongilla La- 

custris on a Sphagnum Bog-Pond, 

W80-02523 1307 5C 



Thermal Discharge Research, 

W80-02748 



1308 5C 



Benthic Invertebrates, Penphyton, and Bottom 
Material and Their Trace-Metal Concentrations 
in Salmon Creek Basin, Clark County, Washing- 
ton, 
W80-03162 1309 5B 

Organochlorines and Metals in Harbour Seals 

(Dutch Wadden Sea), 

W80-03280 1309 5B 

Distribution of Macrofauna on a Malayan Man- 
grove Shore, 
W80-03870 1311 21 

Legal and Institutional Factors Affecting Mari- 
culture in Texas, 
W80-03873 1311 6E 

Crustacean Zooplankton of Lake Superior, 
W80-05269 1316 2H 

The Effects of Toxic Blue-Green Algae on 

Aquatic Animals, 

W80-06687 1324 5 A 

The Analytical Chemistry of Mytilus Edulis, 
Macoma Balthica, Sediment Trap and Surface 
Sediment Samples, 
W80-06752 1324 5C 

AQUATIC BACTERIA 

Kinetics of Accumulation of Some Radionu- 
clides by Marine Bacteria, 
W80-03997 1312 5 A 

Immune Response to Bacterial Immunization of 
Channel Catfish Maintained in a Recirculating 
Water-Reuse System, 
W80-04016 1312 5C 

Seasonal Changes in Structure of a Submerged 
Bluegreen Algal/Bacterial Community from a 
Geothermal Hostspring, 
W80-04117 1312 5C 



SU 18 



SUBJECT INDEX 



AQUATIC LIFE 



Bacteria: Good, Bad and Indifferent, 
W80-05560 1317 5C 

Biological Dinitrogen Fixation (Acetylene Re- 
duction) Associated with Florida Mangroves, 
W80-05627 1317 2K 

AQUATIC DRIFT 

Theoretical and Experimental Study of Wind- 

and Wave-Induced Drift, 

W80-03031 1309 5B 

Seasonal Occurrence and Variation in Standing 
Crop of a Drift Algal Community in the Indian 
River, Florida, 
W80-03803 1311 5C 

AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT 

Perspectives on Lake Ecosystem Modeling. 
W80-00204 1301 2H 

Considerations of Scale in Modeling Large 

Aquatic Ecosystems, 

W80-00205 1301 2H 

Modifications to the Model Cleaner Requiring 

Further Research, 

W80-O02O9 1301 2H 

The Use of Ecological Models of Lakes in Syn- 
thesizing Available Information and Identifying 
Research Needs, 
W80-00210 1301 2H 

Preliminary Insights into a Three-Dimensional 

Ecological-Hydrodynamic Model, 

W80-00214 1301 2H 

An Analysis of PCB in Lake Ontario Using a 
Size-Dependent Food Chain Model, 
W80-00216 1301 5A 

Mass Transfer Models of Sorption and Desorp- 
tion of Radionuclides by Aquatic Plants, 
W80-00705 1302 2 A 

Modelling of the Eutrophication Process in 

Lakes and Reservoirs, 

W 80-007 18 1302 2H 

A Methodology for the Selection of Aquatic 

Natural Areas, 

W80-O0986 1303 6B 

The Assessment of Pollution Damage to Aquatic 
Resources: Alternatives to the Trial Model, 
W80-01549 1304 6E 

Insular Aquatic Ecosystems: Hawaii, 
W80-01902 1305 6B 

Transport and Transformations of Anthracene in 

Natural Waters, 

W80-02121 1306 5A 

Marine Pollution - Facts and Fiction, The Situa- 
tion in Britain, 
W80-02430 1307 5C 

Association of Hydrophobic Organic Com- 
pounds with Dissolved Organic Matter in 
Aquatic Systems, 
W80-02681 1307 5 A 

A Three- Year Study of Benthos of Muddy Envi- 
ronments in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, 
W80-03028 1309 2L 

Levels of Metal Pollutants in Sediments and 

Biota of the Gulf of Trieste: A Long Term 

Survey, 

W80-03228 1309 5A 

Heavy Metals and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in 
Pelagic Organisms from the Open Mediterra- 
nean Sea, 
W80-03241 1309 5 A 



Evaluation of Dredged Material Pollution Po- 
tential, 
W80-03395 1310 5C 

Limnological Studies in Montana: Hyalite Reser- 
voir and Responses of Lotic Periphyton to 
Deep-Water Discharges, Grazing and Logging, 
W80-04670 1314 4C 

The Stochastic Variation of Instream Values in 

Rivers, 

W80-05217 1316 5C 

Use of Benthos in Lake Monitoring, 
W80-05480 1317 2H 

Effects of Moderate Sewage Input on Benthic 

Polychaete Populations, 

W80-05783 1318 2L 

Daily, Seasonal, and Annual Fluctuations 
Among Zooplankton Populations in an Unpol- 
luted Tropical Embayment, 
W80-05788 1318 2L 

AQUATIC HABITAT 

Stream Channel Modification in Hawaii. Part A: 
Statewide Inventory of Streams: Habitat Factors 
and Associated Biota, 
W80-00003 1301 6G 

Stream Channel Modification in Hawaii. Part B: 
Effect of Channelization on the Distribution and 
Abundance of Fauna in Selected Streams, 
W80-00004 1301 6G 

Instream Flow Strategies for Washington, 
W80-00531 1302 6E 

Instream Flow Strategies for California, 
W80-00532 1302 6E 

AQUATIC HABITATS 

Proceedings of the 1979 U.S. Fish and Wildlife 
Service Pollution Response Workshop, 8-10 
May 1979, St. Petersburg, Florida. 
W80-01540 1304 5C 

The Dilemma of Stream Classification, 
W80-01899 1305 2E 

Insular Aquatic Ecosystems: Hawaii, 
W80-01902 1305 6B 

Evaluation of Habitat Quality in Wyoming 

Trout Streams, 

W80-01906 1305 6B 

Habitat Scarcity, A Basis for Assigning Unit 
Values for Assessment of Aquatic Wildlife Habi- 
tat, 
W80-01908 1305 6B 

Inventory and Display of Aquatic Habitat, 
W80-01909 1305 6B 

Edge Effects on Salt Marsh Arthropod Commu- 
nity Structures, 
W80-05652 1317 21 

Libby Dam Project: Ex-Post Facto Analysis of 
Selected Environmental Impacts, Mitigation 
Commitments, Recreation Usage and Hydro- 
electric Power Production, 
W80-05794 1318 6G 

The Habitats and Habitat Preferences of Clarias 
Gariepinus (Pisces: Clariidae) in a Clear Coastal 
Lake (Lake Sibaya, South Africa), 
W80-06736 1324 81 

AQUATIC INSECTS 

Some Larvae of Diamesinae and Podonominae, 
Chironomidae from the Brooks Range, Alaska, 
with Provisional Key, 
W80-00218 1301 1A 



Effect of Herbivorous Insects on the Production 
of Benthic Algal Vegetation in Outdoor Chan- 
nels, 
W80-01739 1305 5C 

Investigations on Population Dynamics of Water 
Beetles of Two Swamps in the Northern Area of 
the Black Forest. Populationsdynamische Unter- 
suchungen an Wasserkafern Zweier Hochmoore 
des Nordschwartzwaldes, 
W80-02308 1306 IB 

Mechanism of DDT Resistance in Larvae of the 
Mosquito Aedes Aegypti L.; The Effect of 
DDT Selection, 
W80-02985 1308 5B 

Secondary Production of Epilithic Fauna in a 

Woodland Stream, 

W80-04658 1314 5C 

A Comparison of Tolerance to Phenol Exhibited 
by Aquatic Insects and Arachnida During Onto- 
genesis, 
W80-04724 1314 5C 

Relationships Between Dipteran Emergence and 
Phytoplankton Production in the Experimental 
Lakes Area, Northwestern Ontario, 
W80-05425 1317 2H 

Biology of Intertidal Saldula Palustris (Douglas) 
on the Oregon Coast (Heteroptera: Saldidae), 
W80-05663 1317 21 

AQUATIC LIFE 

Sensitivity of 39 Alaskan Marine Species to 
Cook Inlet Crude Oil and No. 2 Fuel Oil, 
W80-00168 1301 5C 

Bioaccumulation and Toxicity of Heavy Metals 

and Related Trace Elements, 

W80-00237 1301 5C 

New Aspects of the Consideration of Feedback 
Mechanisms in an Ecological Model of the Pe- 
lagic Zone, 
W80-0O715 1302 2H 

Primary Production and Functioning of Algae in 

the Fishpond Littoral, 

W80-01239 1304 21 

Toxic Cations and Marine Biota: Analysis of 

Research Effort During the Three- Year Period 

1974-1976, 

W80-01333 1304 5A 

Insular Aquatic Ecosystems: Hawaii, 
W80-01902 1305 6B 

Biological Populations and Ecological Systems, 
W80-02058 1306 5C 

The Biology of Salt Wells Creek and Its Tribu- 
taries, Southwestern Wyoming, 
W80-02232 1306 6G 

Estimating the Hazard of Chemical Substances 

to Aquatic Life, 

W80-02747 1308 5C 

Biological Evaluation of Non-Point Source Pol- 
lutants in North Carolina Streams and Rivers, 
W80-02871 1308 5C 

Monitoring of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in 

Biota of the North and Middle Adriatic Coastal 

Waters, 

W80-03226 1309 5B 

Monitoring of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in 

Biota and Sediments of South Adriatic Coastal 

Waters, 

W80-03238 1309 5A 

Algal Growth Potential-Lower Willamette 

River, Oregon, 

W80-03614 1311 5B 



SU-19 






AQUATIC LIFE 



SUBJECT INDEX 



A Review of the Lethal and Sub-Lethal Effects 

of Mercury on Aquatic Life, 

W80-O3683 1311 5A 

Investigations on the Effects of Domestic 
Sewage on the Benthic Ecosystem of Marine 
Intertidal Flats (In German), 
W80-03684 1311 5C 

Effects of Nonsettleable Biosolids on Stream 

Organisms, 

W80-03991 1312 5C 

Elemental Content of Aquatic Organisms Inhab- 
iting a Pond Contaminated with Coal Fly Ash, 
W80-04011 1312 5B 

Guidelines for Surface Water Quality, Vol. 1, 
Inorganic Chemical Substances, Selenium, 
W80-04568 1314 5C 

Guidelines for Surface Water Quality, Vol 1, 
Inorganic Chemical Substances, Nickel, 
W80-04571 1314 5C 

Sublethal Effects of Petroleum Hydrocarbons 
and Trace Metals, Including Biotransformations, 
as Reflected by Morphological, Chemical, Phys- 
iological, Pathological, and Behavioral Indices, 
W80-04954 1315 5C 

Nutrients Dynamics in Nearshore Alaskan Beau- 
fort Sea Waters, 
W80-05060 1315 5C 

Lethal and Sublethal Effects on Selected Alas- 
kan Marine Species After Acute and Long-Term 
Exposure to Oil and Oil Components, 
W80-05527 1317 5C 

Archival of Voucher Specimens of Biological 
Materials Collected Under the Outer Continen- 
tal Shelf Environmental Assessment Program 
(OCSEAP) Support, 
W80-05603 1317 10A 

AQUATIC MICROBIOLOGY 

Microbial Transformations of Sulfur Compounds 
in a Stratified Lake (Solar Lake, Sinai), 
W80-01024 1303 2H 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in Iowa Lakes, 
W80-02731 1308 2H 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in Kansas Lakes, 
W80-02732 1308 2H 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in Nebraska 

Lakes, 

W80-02733 1308 2H 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in Oklahoma 

Lakes, 

W80-02734 1308 2H 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in North Dakota 

Lakes, 

W8O-02735 1308 2H 



Tracking the Micropollutant, 
W80-05756 



1318 5A 



AQUATIC MICROORGANISMS 

Decomposers in the Fishpond Littoral Ecosys- 
tem, 
W80-01216 1304 21 

The Theory of Control of Microbial Growth 
Kinetics by Limiting Nutrient Concentrations, 
WSO-01998 1305 5C 

Suspended and Attached Microorganisms in a 

Polluted River, 

W80-02510 1307 5C 

A Resonance Raman Method for the Rapid De- 
tection, Identification and Quantitation of Bacte- 
ria in Sewage and Natural Waters, 
W80-03087 1309 5A 



Studies on the Micro-Fauna of Blanket Bog with 

Particular Reference to Enchytraeidae. I. Field 

and Laboratory Tests of Micro-Organisms as 

Food, 

W80-03531 1310 21 

Acid Mine Pollution: Effects on Survival, Re- 
production and Aging of Stream Bottom Mi- 
croinvertebrates, 
W80-06693 1324 5C 

AQUATIC ORGANISMS 

A Simple Continuous-Flow Toxicant Delivery 

System, 

W80-04707 1314 5A 

A Pressurized Proportional Diluter for Aquatic 

Toxicological Studies, 

W80-04709 1314 5 A 

AQUATIC PLANTS 

Emergent Aquatic Plants in the Upper Ohio 
River and Major Navigable Tributaries, West 
Virginia and Pennsylvania, 
W80-00029 1301 21 

Botanical Control: Purifying Industrial 

Wastewater, 

W80-00266 1301 5D 

Nutritive Value of Dried or Ensiled Aquatic 

Plants. I. Chemical Composition, 

W80-00298 1301 21 

Nutritive Value of Dried or Ensiled Aquatic 

Plants. II. Digestibility by Sheep, 

W80-00299 1301 21 

Weed Control Methods for River Basin Manage- 
ment, 
W80-00323 1301 21 

Silica and Ash in the Salt Marsh Rush, Juncus 

Roemerianus, 

W80-00325 1301 21 

Reduction of Aquatic Vegetation Following the 
Colonization of a Northern Swedish Lake by the 
Muskrat, Ondatra Zibethica, 
W80-00513 1302 5C 

The Effects of Macrophytes on Hydrochemistry 
of the Shallows of the Kremenchug Reservoir, 
W80-01052 1303 5A 

Chemical Composition of Aquatic Macrophytes, 
I. Investigation of Organic Constituents and Nu- 
tritional Potential, 
W80-01352 1304 5C 

Chemical Composition of Aquatic Macrophytes. 
III. Mineral Composition of Freshwater Macro- 
phytes and Their Potential for Mineral Nutrient 
Removal from Lake Water, 
W80-01353 1304 5C 

Aspects of the Ecology and Physiology of 
Freshwater Macrophytes: Phosphorus Cycling 
by Freshwater Macrophytes: The Case of 
Shagawa Lake, 
W80-01914 1305 2H 

Ecological Significance of Four Critical Ele- 
ments in Plants of Raised Sphagnum Peat Bogs, 
W80-01919 1305 2K 

Ecology and Restoration of Mangrove Shore- 
lines in Florida, 
W80-01921 1305 21 

Uptake of Radionuclides by Some Aquatic Ma- 
crophytes of Ismailia Canal, Egypt, 
W80-01925 1305 5C 

Influence of the Mode of Contamination on the 
Subsequent Elimination of Cobalt 60 by a Phan- 
erogame, A Mollusc, A Crustacean and by a 
Freshwater Fish (In French), 
W80-02098 1306 5B 



Distribution, Growth, and Phosphorus Relation- 
ships of Water Milfoil in Lake Winnipesaukee, 
New Hampshire, 
W80-02154 1306 2H 

An Improved, Conceptually Simple Technique 
for Estimating the Productivity of Marsh Vascu- 
lar Flora, 
W80-02304 1306 21 

Halophytes: Adaptive Mechanisms, 

W80-02324 1306 21 

Combined Action of Polyphenol, Quinones, 
Reducers and Certain other Compounds on 
Aquatic Plants, 
W80-02331 1306 5F 

Rapid Exchange of Oxygen Between Plant and 

Water, 

W80-02522 1307 5C 

Morphological and Behavioral Interactions Be- 
tween a Carnivorous Aquatic Plant (Utricularia 
Vulgaris L.) and a Chydoid Cladoceran (Chy- 
dorus Sphaericus O.F.M.), 
W80-02540 1307 5C 

Aquatic Plant Harvesting as a Lake Restoration 

Technique, 

W80-02800 1308 21 

Toxicity of Soluble Copper and Other Metal 

Ions to Elodea Canadenis, 

W80-02980 1308 5 A 

The Effect of DDT and Hexachlorane on As- 
similation and Outflow of 14C in Phragmites 
Communis, 
W80-03240 1309 5 A 

Concentration of the Herbicide 2,4-D by Some 

Higher Water Plants, 

W80-03243 1309 5B 

Spartina Alterniflora Seed Fungi, 

W80-03509 1310 21 

Seasonal and Spatial Changes in the Composi- 
tion of the Aquatic and Semiaquatic Vegetation 
of Lake Chilwa, Malawi, 
W80-03512 1310 21 

Ecology of Water-Level Manipulations on a 

Northern Marsh, 

W80-03515 1310 21 

Vegetation Zonation Around Freshwater 
Springs of the Maharlu Salt Lake Near Shiraz 
(Iran), Vegetationszonierung an Susswasserquel- 
len des Maharlusalzsees Bei Shiraz (Iran), 
W80-03537 1310 21 

Extraction and Accumulation of 210Pb by 

Aquatic Organisms in Lakes, 

W80-03677 1311 5B 

DDT-Induced Changes in the Activity of the 
Photosynthetic System of Aquatic Plants, 
W80-03998 1312 5C 

Uptake and Release of Nutrients by Aquatic 

Macrophytes, 

W80-04136 1312 5C 

Growth, Chlorophyll and Mineral Nutrient 
Studies on Phalaris Arundinaceae L. in Three 
Scottish Lochs, 
W80-04147 1312 5C 

Distribution and Quantitative Development of 

Aquatic Macrophytes in Relation to Sediment 

Characteristics in Oligotrophic Lake Kalgaard, 

Denmark, 

W80-04172 1312 5C 

Accumulation of 210Pb in Freshwater Plants, 
W80-04692 1314 5B 



SU 20 



SUBJECT INDEX 



AQUICULTURE 



Growth Inhibition of Hydrilla Verticillata by 

Selected Lake Sediment Extracts, 

W80-04719 1314 5A 

Glyceria Maxima (Hartm.) Holmb. in Ponds 

Supplied with Post-Sewage Water, 

W80-04730 1314 5D 

Chlorotic Death of Lemna Gibba by Cadmium 
in Different Concentrations of Nutritional Min- 
erals (In Japanese), 
W80-04742 1314 5A 

Responses of Salt Marsh Vegetation to Oil Spills 

and Refinery Effluents, 

W80-04743 1314 5C 

The Littoral Vegetation of Nordbytjernet, a 

Small Lake in South-East Norway, 

W80-05318 1316 21 

Large-Scale Demonstration of Aquatic Plant 

Mapping by Remote Sensing, 

W80-05655 1317 7C 

Blade Width of Laminaria Longipes (Phaeophy- 

ceae, Laminariales) as an Indicator of Wave 

Exposure, 

W80-05656 1317 21 

Fate of Nutrients in Streams Draining Organic 

Soils, 

W80-05793 1318 21 

Aquaculture: Emerging Issues of Law and 

Policy, 

W80-05914 1318 6E 



State and Federal Activities in Aquaculture, 
W80-06725 1324 81 



Aquatic Plant Sampler, 
W80-05972 



1318 4A 



Large-Scale Operations Management Test of 
Use of the White Amur for Control of Problem 
Aquatic Plants; Report 1, Baseline Studies; 
Volume I: The Aquatic Macrophytes of Lake 
Conway, Florida, 
W80-06541 1324 21 

AQUATIC POPULATIONS 

Structural Elements. Principal Populations of 

Algae. Spatial Distribution. 

W80-01237 1304 21 

An Evaluation of the Usefulness of a Pond Envi- 
ronment with Heated Water for Rearing of Fish, 
W80-02101 1306 5 A 

A Supplement To-Methods for Collection and 
Analysis of Aquatic Biological and Microbiolo- 
gical Samples (U.S. Geological Survey Tech- 
niques of Water-Resources Investigations, Book 
5, Chapter A4), 
W80-02936 1308 7B 

A Comparison of Populations of the Isopod 
Asellus Aquaticus Above and Below Power Sta- 
tions in Organically Polluted Reaches of the 
River Trent, 
W80-04732 1314 5C 

Study of the Benthic Populations of Soft Sub- 
strates Off the Outfall of the Main Sewer of 
Marseille. 1. General Data on the Environment 
and Populations (In French), 
W80-04888 1315 5C 

AQUATIC PRODUCTIVITY 

Aquaculture: Emerging Issues of Law and 

Policy, 

W80-05914 1318 6E 

Aquaculture: A Modern Fish Tale, Seminar 
Conducted by Water Resources Research Insti- 
tute, Oregon State University, Spring Quarter 
1979. 
W80-06723 1324 81 

What are the Prospects for Aquaculture, 
W80-06724 1324 81 



Salmon Ranching in Oregon, 
W80-06726 



1324 81 



Channel Catfish Production in Geothermal 

Water, 

W80-06729 1324 81 

Aquaculture in a Solar Greenhouse, 
W80-06730 1324 81 

Some Economic Issues in Aquaculture, 
W80-06731 1324 81 

AQUATIC SOILS 

Effects of Tubificids (Branchiura Sowerbyi and 
Limnodrilus Socialis) on the Nature of a Sub- 
merged Soil Ecosystem, 
W80-05673 1317 21 

AQUATIC WEED CONTROL 

Efficacy, Uptake and Distribution of Different 

Herbicides in the Water Hyacinth, 

W80-00519 1302 5C 

Chemical Composition of Aquatic Macrophytes, 
I. Investigation of Organic Constituents and Nu- 
tritional Potential, 
W80-01352 1304 5C 

The Biology of Canadian Weeds. 34. Myriophyl- 

lum Spicatum L., 

W80-01362 1304 4A 

The Water Hyacinth: From Prolific Pest to Po- 
tential Provider, 
W80-01457 1304 4 A 

The Effects of the Food Preferences and Stock- 
ing Rates of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon 
Idella Val.) on Mixed Plant Communities, 
W80-03121 1309 4 A 

Management of Elodea in Australian Irrigation 

Systems, 

W80-03825 1311 4A 

Assessment of Aquatic Weed Problems, 
W80-03826 1311 4A 

A New Approach for Salvinia Control, 
W80-03827 1311 4A 

The Use of Multiple Inversion and Clean-Flo 
Lake Cleanser in Controlling Aquatic Plants, 
W80-03828 1311 4A 

Establishment of Waterhyacinth Weevil Popula- 
tions in Louisiana, 
W80-03829 Oil 4A 

Biological Control of Hydrilla Verticillata Royle 

with Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon Idella 

Val), 

W80-03830 1311 4A 

Taxonomic Characteristics of Aquatic Plants 

from the Alimentary Tract of Grass Carp, 

W 80-03831 1311 4A 

Effects of Mechanical Cutting on Submersed 
Vegetation in a Louisiana Lake, 

W80-03832 1311 4A 

Mechanical Hydrilla Control in Orange Lake, 

Florida, 

W80-03833 1311 4A 

Formulating Aquatic Weed Management Pro- 
grams, 
W80-03841 nil 4A 

Keep Recreational Waters Algae-Free, 
W80-04116 1312 5G 



Changes in Phosphorus Concentration in a Eu- 
trophic Lake as a Result of Macrophyte-Kill 
Following Herbicide Application, 
W80-04276 1313 5C 

Plant Pathogens as Agents for Biological and 
Integrated Control of Aquatic Plants, 
W80-04290 1313 5B 

Nutritional Composition of Water Hyacinths 

Grown on Domestic Sewage, 

W80-04660 1314 4 A 



Water Weed Uses, 
W80-06234 



1320 21 



Large-Scale Operations Management Test of 
Use of the White Amur for Control of Problem 
Aquatic Plants; Report 1, Baseline Studies; 
Volume I: The Aquatic Macrophytes of Lake 
Conway, Florida, 
W80-06541 1324 21 

A Fish Mark-Recapture Study in Boskop Dam, 

Western Transvaal, 

W80-06857 1324 6A 

AQUATIC WEEDS 

The Biology of Canadian Weeds. 34. Myriophyl- 

lum Spicatum L., 

W80-01362 1304 4A 

Seasonal Variation in the Biomass, Tuber Densi- 
ty, and Photosynthetic Metabolism of Hydrilla 
in Three Florida Lakes, 
W80-03834 1311 5C 



Water Weed Uses, 
W80-06234 



1320 21 



AQUATICMICROFLORA DISTRIBUTION 

Eutrophication Stress in the Littoral Zone Re- 
sulting From Shoreland Development, 
W80-06690 1324 5C 

AQUEDUCTS 

Comprehensive Monitoring of Meteorology, 
Hydraulics, and Thermal Regime of the San 
Diego Aqueduct, California, 
W80-04100 1312 2D 

Central Arizona Project: Operations Model, 
W80-06385 1321 6A 

AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS 

Investigation of Intermolecular Association in 
Concentrated Solutions of Cellulose Acetate, 
W80-02297 1306 IB 

Persistence of 12 Insecticides in Water, 
W80-06774 1324 5B 

AQUICLUDES 

Generalized Thickness of the Surficial Deposits 
Above the Confining Bed Overlying the Flori- 
dan Aquifer, Southwest Florida Water Manage- 
ment District, 
W80-04864 1315 2F 

Generalized Thickness of the Confining Bed 
Overlying The Floridan Aquifer, Southwest 
Florida Water Management District, 
W80-06055 1319 7C 

AQUICULTUE 

Assessment of Sewage Lagoons as Potential Fish 
Culture Sites in West Central Wisconsin, 
W80-06076 1319 5D 

AQUICULTURE 

Integration of Thermal and Food Processing 
Residuals into a System for Commercial Culture 
of Freshwater Shrimp. (Power Plant Waste Heat 
Utilization in Aquaculture)., Volume II, 
W80-00497 1302 3C 



SU-21 



AQUICULTURE 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Comparison of Anesthetic Potency of Benzo- 
caine Hydrochloride and MS-222 in Two Fresh- 
water Fish Species, 
W80-00784 1302 5A 

Nitrate Uptake by Enteromorpha Spp. (Chloro- 
phyceae): Applications to Aquaculture Systems, 
W80-01113 1303 5C 

Integration of Thermal and Food Processing 
Residuals into a System for Commercial Culture 
of Freshwater Shrimp (Power Plant Waste Heat 
Utilization in Aquaculture). Volume 3, 
W80-01135 1303 5E 

Sedation of Warm-Water Fish Species in Aqua- 
culture Research, 
W80-01327 1304 5A 

Adaptation of a Recirculating Fish Culture 

System to Salinity Change, 

W80-02095 1306 5 A 

An Evaluation of the Usefulness of a Pond Envi- 
ronment with Heated Water for Rearing of Fish, 
W80-02101 1306 5 A 

Effects of Toxic Amounts of Dietary Zinc on 
the Growth and Body Components of Rainbow 
Trout at Two Levels of Calcium (In Japanese). 
W80-02102 1306 5A 

The Influence of Increased 02 Concentrations 
on the Survival and Hatching of the Embryos of 
the Bream, Abramis Brama, 
W80-02105 1306 5A 

Nifurpirinol (Furanace; P-7138) Related Lesions 

on Channel Catfish Ictalurus Punctatus (Rafines- 

que), 

W80-02222 1306 5B 

The Farming of Dover Sole and Turbot in 
Warmed Waters: The Work of the British White 
Fish Authority in 1976, 1977 and 1978, 
W80-02431 1307 5E 

Pilot-Scale Systems for the Culture of Lobsters 

in Thermal Effluent, 

W 80-02434 1307 5 A 

Economic Evaluation of the Use of Thermal 

Effluent in Lobster Culture, 

W80-02435 1307 5E 

Diseasonal Waste Heat Aquaculture: A Three- 
Year Review, 
W80-02437 1307 5A 

Waste Heat Aquaculture in the United King- 
dom-A General Review and Particulars of 
Marine Farm Ltd., Hinkley Point, Bridgwater, 
Somerset, England, 
W80-02439 1307 5A 

Overview of Ongoing Sea Grant Projects in the 
United States Utilizing Heated Water Effluents 
and its Future Potential, 
W80-02440 1307 5E 

Japanese Aquaculture with Thermal Water from 
Power Plants-Present Condition and Problems, 
W8C-02442 1307 5E 

Aquacultural Approaches to Wastewater Nutri- 
ent Recycling, 
W80-02764 1308 5D 

Oxygen-Regime and Artificial Aeration of Net- 
Cages in Mariculture, 
W80-04410 1313 5A 

The Sea-Water Well System at the Fisheries 
Laboratory, Lowestoft and the Methods in Use 
for Keeping Marine Fish. 
W80-O4415 1313 5 A 



The Impact on Ichthyofauna and Possible Con- 
trol of the Effects of Thermal Discharge, 
W80-04691 1314 5A 

Candidate Chemicals for Crustacean Culture, 
W80-06274 1320 5C 

Aquaculture: A Modern Fish Tale, Seminar 
Conducted by Water Resources Research Insti- 
tute, Oregon State University, Spring Quarter 
1979. 
W80-06723 1324 8~ 

What are the Prospects for Aquaculture, 
W80-06724 1324 8 

State and Federal Activities in Aquaculture, 
W80-06725 1324 8 



Salmon Ranching in Oregon, 
W80-06726 



1324 8 



Fish Health Management in Aquaculture, 
W80-06727 1324 8: 

Engineering Technology in Production of Oys 

ters and Salmon, 

W80-06728 1324 8 

Channel Catfish Production in Geotherma 

Water, 

W80-06729 1324 8 

Aquaculture in a Solar Greenhouse, 
W80-06730 1324 8 

Some Economic Issues in Aquaculture, 
W80-06731 1324 8 

AQUIFER CHARACTERISTICS 

Ground-Water Resources of Washington Parish, 

Louisiana, 

W80-00227 1301 2F 

Application of Geochemical Kinetic Data to 

Ground-Water Systems: A Tuffaceous-Rock 
System in Southern Nevada, 

W80-00232 1301 2K 

Digital Model of the Hollister Valley Ground- 
Water Basin, San Benito County, California, 
W80-00756 1302 6A 

Ground-Water Conditions and Potential for Ar- 
tificial Recharge in Lucerne Valley, San Bernar- 
dino County, California, 
W8O-O0763 1302 4B 

A Digital Model for Simulation of Ground- 
Water Hydrology in the Houston Area, Texas, 
W80-00935 1303 6A 

Geohydrology of Brooks, Lowndes, and West- 
ern Echols Counties, Georgia, 
W80-00941 1303 2F 

Hydrogeologic Data for the Bear Creek Subsur- 
face-Injection Test Site, St. Petersburg, Florida, 
W80-01419 1304 4B 

Hydrogeologic Data for the South Cross Bayou 

Subsurface-Injection Test Site, Pinellas County, 

Florida, 

W80-01421 1304 4B 



Water Resources of Shallow Aquifers in the 
Upper Poplar River Basin, Northeastern Mon- 
tana, 
W 80-0 1422 1304 2 A 

Ground Water in the Vicinity of Capulin, New 

Mexico, 

W80-01592 1304 6D 

Saltwater Encroachment in the '600-Foot' and 
'1,500- Foot' Sands of the Baton Rouge Area, 
Louisiana, 1966-78, Including A Discussion of 
Saltwater in Other Sands, 
W80-01594 1304 5B 



Hydrogeologic Data for the Eagle River-Chu- 

giak Area, Alaska, 

W80-01597 1304 2F 

Calculation of Aquifer Parameters from Sparse 

Data, 

W80-01707 1305 2F 

Determination of Aquifer Transport Parameters, 
W80-01877 1305 2F 

A Statistical Approach to the Inverse Problem 

of Aquifer Hydrology, 1. Theory, 

W80-02050 1306 2F 

Geology and Groundwater Resources of West- 
ern Crawford County, Pennsylvania, 
W80-02249 1306 2F 

Availability of Ground Water on Federal Land 
Near the Ak-Chin Indian Reservation Arizona- 
A Reconnaissance Study, 
W80-02581 1307 4B 

Maps Showing Ground- Water Conditions in the 

Kanab Area, Coconino and Mohave Counties, 

Arizona-1976, 

W80-02589 1307 7C 

Summary Appraisals of the Nation's Ground- 
Water Resources-Pacific Northwest Region, 
W80-02928 1308 2F 

Availability and Quality of Water from Shallow 

Aquifers in Duval County, Florida, 

W80-03157 1309 2F 

Identification of Aquifer Parameters Using Nu- 
merical Techniques, 
W80-03305 1310 2F 



The Coffee Sand and Ripley Aquifers in Missis- 

1310 2F 



sippi, 
W80-03484 



Geohydrologic Model of the Floridan Aquifer 

in the Southwest Florida Water Management 

District, 

W80-03751 1311 2F 

Ground Water in the San Juan Basin, New 

Mexico and Colorado, 

W80-03763 1311 2F 

Ground-Water Resources of Grant and Sioux 

Counties, North Dakota, 

W80-03767 1311 2F 

Ground Water Interactions with Wetlands, 
W80-03926 1312 2A 

Geology and Groundwater Resources of 

Monroe County, Pennsylvania, 

W80-04095 1312 2F 

Groundwater Utilization, South Fork of Long 

Island, 

W80-04302 1313 2F 

Results of Transient Simulations of a Digital 
Model of the Arikaree Aquifer Near Wheatland, 
Southeastern Wyoming, 
W80-04379 1313 4B 

Hydrogeologic Features of the Alluvial Depos- 
its in the Nowood River Drainage Area, Big- 
horn Basin, Wyoming, 
W80-04382 1313 2F 

Aquifer Coefficients Determined from Multiple 
Well Effects, Fernandina Beach, Florida, 
W80-04554 1314 2F 

Aquifers in Walworth County, South Dakota, 
W80-04555 1314 4B 

Hydrogeologic and Geochemical Investigation 
of the Boone-St. Joe Limestone Aquifer in 
Benton County, Arkansas, 
W80-04603 1314 2F 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



AQUIFERS 



Generalized Thickness of the Surficial Deposits 
Above the Confining Bed Overlying the Flori- 
dan Aquifer, Southwest Florida Water Manage- 
ment District, 
W80-04864 1315 2F 

Revision of the Documentation for a Model for 
Calculating Effects of Liquid Waste Disposal in 
Deep Saline Aquifers. 
W80-05437 1317 6A 

Artificial-Recharge Investigation near Aurora, 

Nebraska, 2-Year Progress Report, 

W80-05458 1317 4B 

Regional Aquifer Parameters Evaluated During 
Mine Depressurization in the Athabasca Oil 
Sands, Alberta, 
W80-05558 1317 2F 

Depositional Control of Aquifer Characteristics 

in Alluvial Fans, Fresno County, California: 

Summary, 

W80-05610 1317 2J 

Maps Showing Ground-Water Conditions in the 
Hopi Area, Coconino and Navajo Counties, Ari- 
zona-- 1977, 
W80-06052 1319 7C 

Geohydrologic Data for the Lower Wood River 
Ground-Water Reservoir, Rhode Island, 
W80-06068 1319 7C 

Ground Water in the Myrtle Creek-Glendale 

Area, Douglas County, Oregon, 

W80-06248 1320 2F 

Projected Effects of Intermittent Changes in 
Withdrawal of Water From the Arikaree 
Aquifer Near Wheatland, Southeastern Wyo- 
ming, 
W80-06358 1321 2A 

Hydrogeologic Appraisal of the Klamath Falls 

Geothermal Area, Oregon, 

W80-06359 1321 1A 

Water Table in the High Plains Aquifer in 1978 

in Parts of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New 

Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and 

Wyoming, 

W80-06361 1321 2F 

Preliminary Data Describing the Distribution of 
Fluoride and Silica in the Ogallala Aquifer on 
the High Plains of Texas, 
W80-06577 1324 4B 

Digital Model of the Piney Point Aquifer in 

Kent County, Delaware, 

W80-06583 1324 2F 

Ground-Water Resources of Morton County, 

North Dakota, 

W80-06590 1324 4B 

Ground Water Resources of Ramsey County, 

North Dakota, 

W80-06591 1324 4B 

Ground-Water Data for Sheridan County, North 

Dakota, 

W80-06592 1324 4B 

A Kringing-Finite Element Iterative Model for 
the Evaluation of Aquifer Characteristics, 
W80-06872 1324 2F 

Darcy and Forchheimer Flows Towards Wells 

With Storage in Confined and Semi-Confined 

Aquifers, 

W80-06873 1324 2F 

AQUIFER MANAGEMENT 

Ground Water in Dale Valley, New York, 
W80-O0768 1302 4B 



Distribution of Nitrate and Related Nitrogen 
Species in the Unsaturated Zone, Redlands and 
Vicinity, San Bernardino County, California, 
W80-02233 1306 4B 

Groundwater: New Directions-Where We've 

Been and Where We're Going, 

W80-03037 1309 2F 

Water Budget and Hydraulic Aspects of Artifi- 
cial Recharge, South Coast of Puerto Rico, 
W80-03160 1309 4B 

The Economic Consequences of Allocating 
Groundwater to Competing Interest in the Santa 
Cruz Basin, Pima County, Arizona, 
W80-03707 1311 6E 

Geohydrologic Model of the Floridan Aquifer 

in the Southwest Florida Water Management 

District, 

W80-03751 1311 2F 

Development of Ground Water in the Houston 

District, Texas, 1970-74, 

W80-03768 1311 4B 

Protecting Aquifers for the Future. 

W80-04948 1315 6F 

A Facility Designed to Monitor the Unsaturated 
Zone During Infiltration of Tertiary-Treated 
Sewage, Long Island, New York, 
W80-05444 1317 5D 

Ground-Water Management in the High Plains, 
W80-05743 1318 4B 

Management Model of a Ground Water System 

with a Transient Pollutant Source, 

W80-06015 1319 5G 

Storage of Freshwater in Saline Aquifers, 
W80-06022 1319 4B 

Storage of Freshwater in Saline Aquifers, 
W80-06199 1319 4B 

Public Policy for the Management of Ground- 
water in the Coastal Plain of North Carolina, 
W80-06221 1320 4B 

Groundwater Law in Vermont: Planning for 
Uncertainty, Pluralism and Conflict, 
W80-06260 1320 6E 

Optimal Use of Groundwater and Surface Water 

to Reduce Land Subsidence, 

W80-06331 1321 4B 

Ground Water Resource Management in 

Kansas, 

W80-06421 1321 4B 

AQUIFER PROTECTION 

Regulation of Land Use Practices for Areas 

Surrounding Aquifers - Economic and Legal 

Implications, 

W80-06002 1319 6E 

AQUIFER RECHARGE AREAS 

Regulation of Land Use Practices for Areas 

Surrounding Aquifers - Economic and Legal 

Implications, 

W80-06002 1319 6E 

AQUIFER SYSTEMS 

A Method of Aquifer Testing and Its Applica- 
.ion to an Anisotropic Inhomogeneous Multiple 
Aquifer System, 
W80-0O727 1302 2F 

Availability and Quality of Water from Shallow 

Aquifers in Duval County, Florida, 

W80-03157 1309 2F 



The Paleohydrology of Southern Israel and Its 
Influence on the Flushing of the Kurnub and 
'Arad Groups (Lower Cretaceous and Jurassic), 
W80-03473 1310 2A 

Reliability of Cyclic Surface and Groundwater 
Storage Systems for Water Supply: A Prelimi- 
nary Assessment, 
W80-04878 1315 6B 

Steady State vs. Transient Parameter Estimation 

in Groundwater Systems, 

W80-05168 1316 2F 

The Optimization of Pumping Operations in the 
El Socorro Aquifer by Mathematical Modelling, 
W80-05176 1316 2F 

A Plan to Study the Aquifer System of the 

Central Valley of California, 

W80-05296 1316 6A 

Major Geochemical Processes in the Evolution 

of Carbonate-Aquifer Systems, 

W80-06031 1319 2F 

Appraisal of Ground Water in the Vicinity of 

the Leadville Drainage Tunnel, Lake County, 

Colorado, 

W80-06516 1324 5B 

AQUIFER TESTING 

A Method of Aquifer Testing and Its Applica- 
tion to an Anisotropic Inhomogeneous Multiple 
Aquifer System, 
W80-0O727 1302 2F 

Ground- Water Appraisal for the Community of 
Kiryas Joel, Orange County, New York, 
W80-00759 1302 2 A 

Groundwater Exploration and Development 

Techniques, 

W80-01836 1305 2F 

Regional Aquifer Parameters Evaluated During 
Mine Depressurization in the Athabasca Oil 
Sands, Alberta, 
W80-05558 1317 2F 

The 'Cheat Sheet': A New Tool for the Field 
Evaluation of Wells by Step-Testing, 
W80-05741 1318 2F 

Evaluation Methods for Hydrogeologic Condi- 
tions at Radioactive Waste Burial Sites, 
W80-06435 1321 5E 

AQUIFERS 

The Significance of the Storage Parameter in 
Saturated-Unsaturated Groundwater Flow, 
W80-O0O94 1301 2F 

Developing a State Water Plan, Ground-Water 

Conditions in Utah, Spring of 1979, 

W80-0O230 1301 2F 

Exact Aquitard Response Functions for Multiple 

Aquifer Mechanics, 

W80-00356 1301 2F 

Identification of Aquifer Dispersivities in Two- 
Dimensional Transient Groundwater Contami- 
nant Transport: An Optimization Approach, 
W8O-O0393 1301 2F 

The Response of Groundwater Systems to 

Drought, 

W80-00462 1302 4B 

Methods of Ground-Water Protection from Pol- 
lution, 
W80-0O463 1302 4B 

A Method of Aquifer Testing and Its Applica- 
tion to an Anisotropic Inhomogeneous Multiple 
Aquifer System, 
W8O-O0727 1302 2F 



SU-23 



AQUIFERS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Contamination Potential in the Silurian Dolo- 
mite Aquifer, Eastern Wisconsin, 
W80-0O757 1302 5B 

Distribution of Ground-Water Withdrawals on 

Long Island, New York, in 1973 by Area, 
Aquifer, and Use, 

W 80-00922 1303 2F 

Ground-Water Conditions in the Eureka Area, 
Humboldt County, California, 1975, 
W80-00926 1303 2F 

Configuration of the Top of the Floridan 
Aquifer, Southwest Florida Water Management 
District and Adjacent Areas, 
W80-00934 1303 7C 

Stratigraphic and Hydrogeologic Framework of 

Part of the Coastal Plain of Texas, 

W80-00938 1303 2F 

Aquifer Diffusivity from Noisy Boundary Data, 
W80-00971 1303 2F 

Ground-water Availability in Texas, Estimates 

and Projections Through 2030, 

W80-01297 1304 2F 

Occurrence, Availability, and Chemical Quality 
of Ground Water in the Edwards Plateau 
Region of Texas, 
W80-01298 1304 2F 

Water Quality of Aquifers as Affectd by Move- 
ment of Fertilizer Nutrients under Irrigation, 
W80-01376 1304 5B 

Appraisal of Uncontrolled Flowing Artesian 

Wells in Florida, 

W80-01423 1304 4B 

Ground-Water Availability in Parts of the Chic- 

opee and Mill River Basins, Near Wilbraham, 

Massachusetts, 

W80-01424 1304 2F 

Ground-Water Monitoring at Santa Barbara, 
California, Phase 1 -Coastal Monitor-Well In- 
stallation and Initial Measurements, 
W80-01433 1304 4B 

Identification of Aquifer Dispersivities in Two- 
Dimensional Transient Groundwater Contami- 
nant Transport: An Optimization Approach, 
W 80-0 1449 1304 2F 

Stream Depletion by Wells in Case of a Non- 
Penetrating Confining Streambed, 
W80-01811 1305 2F 

The Transition Problem in Pumped Aquifers, 
W80-01814 1305 2F 

Assessing Public Ground-Water Supplies in Illi- 
nois, 
W80-02170 1306 2F 

Fracture-Controlled Ground-Water Circulation 

and Well Siting in the Vicinity of Laramie, 

Wyoming, 

W80-02414 1307 2F 

Geophysical Studies of the Hydraulic Properties 
of Glacial Aquifers in the Pawcatuck River 
Basin, R.I., 
W80-02770 1308 7B 

Ground-Water Resources and Model Applica- 
tions for the Edwards (Balcones Fault Zone) 
Aquifer in the San Antonio Region, Texas, 
W80-02883 1308 2F 

A Flow Pattern Deduced from Uranium Dis- 
equilibrium Studies for the Cenomanian Carbon- 
ate Aquifer of the Beersheva Region, Israel, 
W80-02889 1 308 2F 



Regional Carbonate Flow Systems in Nevada, 
W80-03050 1309 2F 

Estimated Drawdowns in the Floridan Aquifer 

Due to Increased Withdrawals, Duval County, 

Florida, 

W80-03165 1309 6A 

Gravity Survey of a Deep Buried Valley, 
W80-03188 1309 2F 

Potential Use of Digital Computer Ground 

Water Models, 

W80-03202 1309 2F 

Occurrence, Quality, and Quantity of Ground 

Water in Wilbarger County, Texas, 

W80-03209 1309 7C 

Delineation of Buried River Valley Aquifers in 

Dissected Till Plains, 

W80-03302 1310 7C 

Model for Estimating Electric Macroanisotropy 
Coefficient of Aquifers with Horizontal and 
Vertical Fractures, 
W80-03434 1310 2F 

Analytical Study of the Ogallala Aquifer in 
Carson County, Texas, Projections of Saturated 
Thickness, Volume of water in Storage, Pum- 
page Rates, Pumping Lifts, and Well Yields, 
W80-03451 1310 7C 

Proximity of Agricultural Areas to Major 

Aquifers in Connecticut, 

W80-03480 1310 7C 

Map Showing Ground-Water Conditions in the 
Bodaway Mesa Area, Coconino County, Arizo- 
na- 1977, 
W80-03481 1310 7C 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume VI-Appendix E, Groundwater. 
W80-03576 1310 2F 

Preparation of Friable Aquiferous Specimens, 
W80-03719 1311 8E 

Kinetics of Chemical Processes in a Carbonate 
Aquifer: A Case Study of Waier-Rock Interac- 
tion in the Aquifer of Western and Central Gali- 
lee (Israel), 
W80-03730 1311 2K 

Ocean Tide Effect Study on a Coastal Carbonate 

Aquifer (Miocene of Algarve, Portugal) ((Etude 

De L'Effet De Maree Oceanique Sur Un Aqui- 

fere Carbonate Cotier (Miocene De L'Algarve- 

Portugal)), 

W80-03731 1311 2F 

Stochastic Analysis of Macrodispersion in a 

Stratified Aquifer, 

W80-03928 1312 2F 

Determination of Recharge Rates Using Tem- 
perature-Depth Profiles in Wells, 
W80-03946 1312 2F 

Thermal Energy Storage in a Confined Aquifer: 

Experimental Results, 

W80-03952 1312 2F 

The Hydrochemistry of an Aquifer Network, 
W80-04263 1313 2K 

Hydrogeochemical Processes Affecting the Mi- 
gration of Radionuclides in a Fluvial Sand 
Aquifer at the Chalk River Nuclear Laborato- 
ries, 
W80-04567 1314 4B 

A Finite-Element Model for Concurrent Con- 
fined-Unconfined Zones in an Aquifer, 
W80-04619 1314 2F 



Effect of Climate and Temperature on the 
Amount of HC03(-) and H2C03 of Ground- 
waters (Influence du Climat, de la Temperature 
sur la Teneur en HC03(-) et H2C03 des Eaux 

Souterraines), 

W80-04623 1314 2F 

Hydrogeology of the Peerless Lake Area, Alber- 
ta, 
W80-04646 1314 7C 

An Analysis of Hydrodispersive Transfer in 

Aquifers, 

W80-O4822 1315 2F 

Generalized Thickness of the Surficial Deposits 
Above the Confining Bed Overlying the Flori- 
dan Aquifer, Southwest Florida Water Manage- 
ment District, 
W80-04864 1315 2F 

Map of the Antelope Valley-East Kern Water 
Agency Area, California, Showing Well Density 
in the Ground-Water Subunits and Areas, 
W80-04865 1315 7C 



Aquifers Store Energy. 
W 80-04940 



1315 3C 



Protecting Aquifers for the Future. 

W80-04948 1315 6F 

Computationally Efficient Polynomial Approxi- 
mations Used to Program the Theis Equation, 
W80-05121 1316 6A 

Ground-Water Modeling: An Overview, 
W80-05123 1316 2F 

Approximation for Salt-Water Intrusion in Un- 

confined Coastal Aquifer, 

W80-05126 1316 2L 

Aquifer Occurrence in the Fort Payne Forma- 
tion, 
W80-05127 1316 2F 

Calibration of the Edwards Aquifer Model, 
W80-05167 1316 2F 

Hydraulic Properties of a Limestone-Dolomite 
Aquifer Near Marion, North-Central Ohio, 
W80-05306 1316 2F 

Microbiological Effects of Recharging the Ma- 
gothy Aquifer, Bay Park, New York, With Ter- 
tiary-Treated Sewage, 
W80-05455 1317 5B 

Gravity Geophysical Delineation of Buried 
Channel Aquifers in the Dissected Till Plains of 
Northern Missouri, 
W80-05463 1317 6A 

Use of Microcomputers in Ground-Water Basin 

Modeling, 

W80-O5484 1317 2F 

The Geochemistry of the Fox Hills-Basal Hell 
Creek Aquifer in Southwestern North Dakota 
and Northwestern South Dakota, 
W80-05705 1318 2F 

Estimating Transmissivity and Well Loss Con- 
stant Using Multirate Test Data from a Pumped 
Well, 
W80-05744 1318 2F 

Hydraulic Effects of Recharging the Magothy 
Aquifer, Bay Park, New York, with Tertiary 
Treated Sewage, 
W80-05884 1318 5D 

Regulation of Land Use Practices for Areas 

Surrounding Aquifers - Economic and Legal 

Implications, 

W 80-06002 1319 6E 



SU 24 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ARCTIC 



Evaluation of Induced Infiltration Between the 
River Skerne and the Magnesian Limestone in 
South East Durham, 
W80-06020 1319 4B 

Depth Constraints on Thermal Storage Wells, 
W80-06025 1319 8B 

Generalized Configuration of the Bottom of the 
Floridan Aquifer, Southwest Florida Water 
Management District, 
W80-O6O54 1319 7C 

Generalized Thickness of the Confining Bed 
Overlying The Floridan Aquifer, Southwest 
Florida Water Management District, 
W80-06055 1319 7C 

A Statistical Approach to the Inverse Problem 
of Aquifer Hydrology, 3. Improved Solution 
Method and Added Perspective, 
W80-06130 1319 2F 

Storage of Freshwater in Saline Aquifers, 
W80-06199 1319 4B 

Ground-Water Data for Michigan 1978, 
W80-06242 1320 2F 

Availability of Ground Water in the Lower 

Connecticut River Basin, Southwestern New 

Hampshire, 

W80-06249 1320 7C 

A Statistical Approach to the Inverse Problem 
of Aquifer Hydrology: 2. Case Study, 
W80-06251 1320 2F 

Approximate Water-Level Changes in Wells in 
the Chicot and Evangeline Aquifers in the Hous- 
ton-Galveston Region, Texas, 1977-80 and 1979- 
80, 
W80-06360 1321 7C 

The Analysis of Groundwater Seepage in Het- 
erogeneous Aquifers, 
W80-06483 1324 2F 

Digital-Model Projection of Saturated Thickness 
and Recoverable Water in the Ogallala Aquifer, 
Texas County, Oklahoma, 
W80-06521 1324 2F 

Water-Level Records for the Northern High 

Plains of Colorado, 1975-79, 

W80-06526 1324 2F 

Water-Level Records for the Northern High 

Plains of Colorado, 1976-80, 

W80-06578 1324 2F 

Digital Model of the Piney Point Aquifer in 

Kent County, Delaware, 

W80-06583 1324 2F 

Confined Flow in Aquifer Containing Thin 

Layer, 

W80-06678 1324 2F 

Potentiometric Surface Map of the Floridan 
Aquifer in the St. Johns River Water Manage- 
ment District and Vicinity, Florida, May 1979 
W80-06785 1324 7B 

Ground- Water Levels in Alluvium on the South 
Coast of Puerto Rico, February 1978, 
W80-06794 1324 2F 

Unsteady Drawdown in 2-D Water Table 

Aquifer, 

W80-06828 1324 2A 

Estimation of the diffusivity Distribution in an 

Inhomogeneous Aquifer, 

W80-06870 1324 2F 

Numerical Analysis of Multiple Leaky Aquifers 

for Large Values of Time, 

W80-06871 1324 2F 



Finite Element Solutions for Unconfined 
Aquifer Pollution From Surface Recharge, 
W80-06874 1324 5B 

Behavior of Seawater Intrusion in Layered 

Coastal Aquifers, 

W80-06879 1324 2L 

AQUIFIER SYSTEMS 

Computer Models to Predict Ground Water 

Changes, 

W80-01682 1305 7 A 

AQUIFIERS 

Map of Indian Wells Valley, California, Show- 
ing Change in Water Level, 1963-78, and Hydro- 
graphs of Selected Wells, 
W80-06803 1324 7C 

AQUITARDS 

Exact Aquitard Response Functions for Multiple 

Aquifer Mechanics, 

W8O-0O356 1301 2F 



ARABLE LAND 

Drought and Arable Farming, 
W80-03074 



1309 6 A 



ARACHNIDA 

A Comparison of Tolerance to Phenol Exhibited 
by Aquatic Insects and Arachnida During Onto- 
genesis, 
W80-04724 1314 5C 

ARANSAS PASS (TX) 
Tidal Dynamics and Low-Frequency Exchanges 
in the Aransas Pass, Texas, 
W80-03027 1309 2L 

ARARAT RIVER (NC) 
Flood Hazard Analyses: Ararat River, Surry 
County, North Carolina. 
W80-02031 1306 2E 

ARBUCKLE LAKE (OK) 

Biological and Water Quality Effects of Artifi- 
cial Mixing of Arbuckle Lake, Oklahoma, 
During 1977, 
W80-03170 1309 5C 



ARCH DAMS 

Roman Dams, 
W80-02025 



1306 8 A 



ARCHAEOLOGY 

Cultural Resource Inventory of Areas Affected 
by Reject Stream Replacement Projects, 
W80-02738 1308 6G 

An Archaeological Overview of the Middle and 

Lower Santa Cruz Basin, 

W80-03O0O 1308 6G 

Archeological Investigations Along the Salt- 

Gila Aqueduct, 

W80-03321 1310 6B 

A Cultural Resource Survey of the Teton Re- 
placement Farmland, Jefferson County, Idaho, 
W80-03778 1311 6B 

Cultural Resource Survey and Testing at the 

Mcgee Creek Project, Oklahoma, 

W80-04881 1315 6B 

An Appraisal of Cultural and Paleontological 
Resources Within Sections 1 and 2 of the Pro- 
posed Mirdan Canal Project, Garfield and 
Valley Counties, Nebraska, 
W80-05109 1316 6B 

Final Report on Sampling and Evaluation of 

Archaeological and Historical Sites in or Near 

Bureau of Reclamation's Authorized Salmon 

Falls Division, Twin Falls and Cassia Countries, 

Idaho, 

W80-05113 1316 6B 



Cultural Resources Inventory of the West 

Divide Project in Garfield and Mesa Counties, 

Colorado, 

W80-05760 1318 6B 

Paleontological Resources Evaluation: Red 

Fleet Reservoir, 

W80-05761 1318 8 A 

Guidelines: the Use of Cultural Resource Infor- 
mation in Water Resource Environmental 
Impact Reports, 
W80-05807 1318 6B 

A Survey and Evaluation of Cultural Resources: 
Phase II of the Oroville-Tonasket Unit Exten- 
sion, 
W80-06284 1320 6B 

ARCHITECTURE 

Residential Water Reuse, 

W80-03640 1311 3D 

ARCHOSARGUS 

Failure of Osmoregulation with Apparent Potas- 
sium Intoxication in Marine Teleosts: A Primary 
Toxic Effect of Copper, 
W80-01079 1303 5 A 

ARCTIC 

A Dynamic Thermodynamic Sea Ice Model, 
W80-OO084 1301 2C 

Some Larvae of Diamesinae and Podonominae, 
Chironomidae from the Brooks Range, Alaska, 
with Provisional Key, 
W80-00218 1301 1A 

Glaciological Data: Workshop on Snow Cover 

and Sea Ice Data. 

W8O-0O566 1302 2C 



An Arctic Sea Ice Data Set, 1901-1956, 
W80-0O576 1302 



2C 



Inadequacies in Archived Sea Ice Data, 
W8O-0O577 1302 2C 

Response to Oil Spills in the Arctic Environ- 
ment: A Review, 
W80-01138 1303 5C 

Emissions from In Situ Burning of Crude Oil in 

the Arctic, 

W80-02061 1306 5C 

Some Results from a Linear- Viscous Model of 

the Arctic Ice Cover, 

W80-02362 1306 2C 

Distribution and Ecology of Svalbard's Clado- 

cera, 

W80-02534 1307 5C 

Canadian-American Relations in the Arctic: The 
Effect of Environmental Influences Upon Terri- 
torial Claims, 
W80-03852 1311 6E 

An Overview of Offshore Environmental Pollu- 
tion Laws and Regulations in Canada, Green- 
land, and the North Sea, 
W80-03896 1311 5C 

Sources and Characteristics of Liquid Process 
Wastes from Arctic Offshore Hydrocarbon Ex- 
ploration, 
W80-03898 1311 5C 

Methane Addition to an Arctic Lake in Winter, 
W80-04308 1313 5B 

Simple Models for Calculating Evaporation 
from Dry and Wet Tundra Surfaces, 
W80-05316 1316 21 

Some Possible Effects of Arctic Industrial De- 
velopments on the Marine Environment, 
W80-05501 1317 5C 



SU-25 



ARCTIC 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Arctic Stream Processes-An Annotated Bibliog- 
raphy, 
W80-05712 1318 IOC 

Field Techniques for Experimental Stress Anal- 
ysis in Arctic Sea Ice, 
W80-06779 1324 2C 

ARCTIC CHAR 

Effect of Fish (Salvelinus Alpinus, Arctic Char) 
Predation on the Zooplankton in Ten Norwe- 
gian Lakes, 
W80-01773 1305 5C 

Temperature Preference of Several Species of 
Salmo and Salvelinus and Some of their Hy- 
brids, 
W80-02397 1306 5 A 

ARCTIC OCEAN 

Crystal Alignments in the Fast Ice of Arctic 

Alaska, 

W80-04636 1314 2C 

Nutrient Distributions in the Canadian Archi- 
pelago: Indicators of Summer Water Mass and 
Flow Characteristics, 
W80-05771 1318 2L 

ARENICOLA 

A Benthic Bioassay Using Time-Lapse Photog- 
raphy to Measure the Effect of Toxicants on the 
Feeding Behavior of Lugworms (Polychaeta: 
Arenicolidae), 
W80-01341 1304 5A 

ARGENTINA 

Extension of River Flow Records in Argentina 
from Long Tree-Ring Chronologies, 
W80-00731 1302 2E 

ARGOPECTEN 

Metals in the Molluscan Kidney: A Comparison 
of Two Closely Related Bivalve Species (Argo- 
pecten), Using X-Ray Microanalysis and Atomic 
Absorption Spectroscopy, 
W80-02383 1306 5B 

Copper Toxicity to the Bay Scallop (Argopec- 

ten Irradians), 

W80-03689 1311 5C 

Cadmium Toxicity to Three Species of Estuar- 

ine Invertebrates, 

W80-04736 1314 5A 

ARID CLIMATES 

Characterization of Arid Climates According to 
Combined Water Balance Parameters, 
W80-02208 1306 2D 

The Problem of Drought in Botswana, 
W80-03058 1309 6B 

An Electrical Conductance Method for Deter- 
mining Condensation and Evaporation Processes 
in Arid Soils with High Spatial Resolution, 
W80-03470 1310 2D 

Water Losses From Small Recreational Lakes in 
Arid Regions and Possible Effects Downstream, 
WXO-06327 1321 4A 

ARID LANDS 

Note to the United Nations Water Conference 
on Preparations for the United Nations Confer- 
ence on Desertification. 
W80-00422 1302 2 A 

Water Resources Development, and Manage- 
ment Planning in Arid Zones: Case History- 
Israel, 
W80-00457 1302 6A 

Israel- A Model of Efficient Utilization of a 

Country's Water Resources, 

WHO-00471 1302 6E 



Increasing Available Water Supplies Through 
Weather Modification and Desalination, 
W80-00479 1302 2B 

Water Supply Planning Model for West Africa, 
W80-01678 1305 6A 

A Climatic Delineation of the 'Real' Chihuahuan 

Desert, 

W 80-02207 1306 2 A 

Future Sources of Cooling Water for Power 

Plants in Arid Regions, 

W80-02354 1306 3E 

Potential Hazards from Floodflows and Debris 
Movement in the Furnace Creek Area, Death 
Valley National Monument, California-Nevada, 
W80-02591 1307 2J 

Fresh Water Export by Oil Tankers, 
W80-02769 1308 6C 

Archeological Investigations Along the Salt- 

Gila Aqueduct, 

W80-03321 1310 6B 

Socio-Economic Changes and Development of 

Water Resources in Saudi Arabia, 

W80-03502 1310 6D 

Jojoba. An Alternative to the Conflict Between 
Agricultural and Municipal Ground Water Re- 
quirements in the Tucson Area, Arizona, 
W80-04667 1314 3F 

ARIKAREE AQUIFER (WY) 

Projected Effects of Intermittent Changes in 
Withdrawal of Water From the Arikaree 
Aquifer Near Wheatland, Southeastern Wyo- 
ming, 
W80-06358 1321 2A 

ARIKAREE AQUIFER (WYO) 

Results of Transient Simulations of a Digital 
Model of the Arikaree Aquifer Near Wheatland, 
Southeastern Wyoming, 
W80-04379 1313 4B 

ARION 

Distribution of Essential and Toxic Metals in the 

Terrestrial Gastropod Arion Ater, 

W80-02981 1308 5A 

ARIZONA 

Arizona Groundwater Law Reform - An Urban 

Perspective, 

W80-00271 1301 6E 

Statistical Summaries of Arizona Streamflow 

Data, 

W80-00771 1302 2E 

Convective and Advective Circulation of Lake 
Powell, Utah-Arizona, During 1972-1975, 
W80-00951 1303 2H 

Errors in Determination of the Water Content of 

a Trickle Irrigated Soil Volume, 

W80-00979 1303 2G 

General Adjudication of Water Rights, 
W80-01551 1304 6E 



Geothermal Resources, 
W80-01564 

Groundwater Transfers, 
W80-01565 

Flood Control-Relocation, 
W8O-01570 



1304 6E 



1304 6E 



1304 6E 



Archeological Investigations Along the Salt- 

Gila Aqueduct, 

W80-03321 1310 6B 

Geophysical and Hydrologic Prediction of Fis- 
suring and Land Subsidence, South-Central Ari- 
zona, 
W80-03710 1311 6A 

Dense Networks to Measure Convective Rain- 
fall in the Southwestern United States, 
W80-03943 1312 7A 

Termination of Hydrologic Data Collection (A 

Case Study), 

W80-04049 1312 6B 



Flood Control and Arizona, 
W80-05078 



1315 6E 



Water Resources Data for Arizona, Water Year 

1978. 

W80-05289 1316 7C 

Map Showing Potential Geothermal-Resource 
Areas, as Indicated by the Chemical Character 
of Ground-Water in Verde Valley, Yavapai 
County, Arizona, 
W80-05456 1317 1A 

Analysis of Arizona Flood Data Network for 

Regional Information, 

W80-05706 1318 7A 

Distribution and Probable Source of Nitrate in 
Ground Water of Paradise Valley, Arizona, 
W80-05748 1318 5B 

Recent Vegetation Changes Along the Colorado 
River Between Glen Canyon Dam and Lake 
Mead, Arizona, 
W80-05880 1318 21 

Maps Showing Ground-Water Conditions in the 
Northern Part of the Gila River Drainage from 
Painted Rock Dam to Texas Hill Area, Mari- 
copa, Pima, and yuma Counties, Arizona-- 1978, 
W80-05882 1318 7C 

Maps Showing Ground-Water Conditions in the 
Gila River Drainage from Texas Hill to Dome 
Area and in the Western Mexican Drainage 
Area, Maricopa, Pima, and Yuma Counties, Ari- 
zona-- 1977. 
W80-05883 1318 7C 

Maps Showing Ground-Water Conditions in the 

Hopi Area, Coconino and Navajo Counties, Ari- 

zona-1977, 

W80-O6O52 1319 7C 

A Statistical Approach to the Inverse Problem 
of Aquifer Hydrology: 2. Case Study, 
W80-06251 1320 2F 

Central Arizona Project: Operations Model, 
W80-06385 1321 6A 

Effects of Lily Pads on Evaporation, 
W80-06392 1321 2D 

Dynamic Models of Residential Water Demand, 
W80-06403 1321 6D 



Water for the Valley of the Sun, 
W80-06503 



1324 6E 



An Archaeological Overview of the Middle and 

Lower Santa Cruz Basin, 

W80-03000 1308 6G 

Legal Rights to Sewage Effluent, 

W 80-03009 1309 6E 



Physicochemical Transformations Within 
Ephemeral Streambeds Related to Sewage Ef- 
fluent Releases, 
W80-06695 1324 5B 

Maps Showing Hydrologic Conditions in the 
San Francisco River Area, Greenlee County, 
Arizona, 1978-A Reconnaissance Study, 
W80-06796 1324 7C 



SU 26 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ARSENIC 



Annual Summary of Ground-Water Conditions 
in Arizona, Spring 1978 to Spring 1979. 
W80-06797 1324 4B 

ARKANSAS 

Trichlorofluoromethane in Groundwater-A 

Possible Tracer and Indicator of Groundwater 

Age, 

W80-OOO96 1301 2F 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in Arkansas 

Lakes, 

W80-01444 1304 5C 

Water-Quality Assessment of the L'Anguille 

River Basin, Arkansas, 

W80-03758 1311 5B 

Water Resources Data for Arkansas, Water Year 

1978. 

W80-04548 1314 7C 

Property Rights: Intertribal Mineral Rights in 

the Arkansas Riverbed, 

W80-04577 1314 6E 

Hydrogeologic and Geochemical Investigation 
of the Boone-St. Joe Limestone Aquifer in 
Benton County, Arkansas, 
W80-04603 1314 2F 

Forests and Flooding with Special Reference to 

the White River and Ouachita River Basins, 

Arkansas, 

W80-O4854 1315 21 



Turbid Reservoir Stratification Modelling, 
W80-05172 1316 



2H 



Coliforms and Water Quality: Use of Data in 

Project Design and Operation, 

W80-05262 1316 5B 

Iron and Manganese Content of Rural Domestic 

Water, 

W80-05676 1317 5C 

Drainage Areas of Streams in Arkansas, Oua- 
chita River Basin, 
W80-06349 1321 7C 

Report of the Annual Yield of the Arkansas 
River Basin for the Arkansas River Basin Com- 
pact, Arkansas-Oklahoma, 1979 Water Year, 
W80-06520 1324 2E 

ARKANSAS RIVER 

Recreation at the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas 

River Navigation System, 

W80-04153 1312 6B 

ARKANSAS RIVER BASIN 

Planning Status Report, Water Resources Ap- 
praisals for Hydroelectric Licensing: Lower Ar- 
kansas River Basin-Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, 
New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas, 
W80-00533 1302 6D 

Water Resources Data for Oklahoma, Water 
Year 1978- Volume 1. Arkansas River Basin. 
W80-04083 1312 7C 

Water Resources Data for Texas, Water Year 
1978- Volume 1. Arkansas River Basin, Red 
River Basin, Sabine River Basin, Neches River 
Basin, Trinity River Basin, and Intervening 
Coastal Basins, 
W80-06048 1319 7C 

Report of the Annual Yield of the Arkansas 
River Basin for the Arkansas River Basin Com- 
pact, Arkansas-Oklahoma, 1979 Water Year, 
W80-06520 1324 2E 

Streamflow Statistical Summaries for Colorado 
Streams Through September 30, 1975, Volume 
1: Missouri River, Arkansas River, and Rio 
Grande Basins, 
W80-06596 1324 7C 



ARKANSAS RIVER BASIN (CO) 

Water Resources Data for Colorado, Water 
Year 1978- Volume 1. Missouri River Basin, Ar- 
kansas River Basin, and Rio Grande Basin. 
W80-03149 1309 7C 

ARKANSAS RIVER (CO) 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 
River, Anderson and King Arroyos, La Junta, 
Otero County, CO. 
W80-02854 1308 2E 

In Situ Measurements of Net Primary Produc- 
tion in a Colorado Mountain Stream, 
W80-04140 1312 5C 

ARKANSAS RIVER (KS) 
Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 
River & Tributaries, Great Bend, Kansas. 
W80-02849 1308 2E 

ARKANSAS RIVER (OK) 
Reconnaissance of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in 
the Arkansas River Between Muskogee and 
Webbers Falls Lock and Dam, Oklahoma, 
W80-06514 1324 5B 

ARMOR UNITS (HYDRAULICS) 

South Jetty Stability Study, Masonboro Inlet, 
North Carolina: Hydraulic Model Investigation, 
W80-03397 1310 8B 

AROCHLOR 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB'S) in Puget 
Sound: Physical/Chemical Aspects and Biologi- 
cal Consequences, 
W80-01318 1304 5A 

AROCLORS 

Occurrence of PCB Residues in Burbot (Lota 

Lota) and Lake Trout (Salvelinus Namaycush) 

from the Churchill Falls Power Development 

Area, 

W80-00856 1303 5A 

Effect of a PCB (Aroclor 1254) on the Striped 
Hermit Crab, Clibanarius Vittatus (Anomura: 
Diogenidae) in Static Bioassays, 
W80-00860 1303 5C 

PCB Residues in Bivalves and Sediments of 

Raritan Bay, 

W80-01093 1303 5 A 

Fatty Acid Composition of Phospholipids in 
Thermally Acclimating Sculpins (Leptocottus 
Armatus) Treated With Polycholrinated Biphen- 
yls (Aroclor 1254), 
W80-01339 1304 5B 

Physical and Chemical Aspects of the Distribu- 
tion of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in the Aquatic 
Environment, 
W80-02229 1306 5 A 

Effects of Two Aroclor Fractions on the Pro- 
ductivity and Diversity of Algae from Two 
Lentic Ecosystems, 
W80-05035 1315 5C 

AROMATIC COMPOUNDS 

Interactive Effects of Salinity, Temperature and 
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons on the Sur- 
vival and Development Rate of Larvae of the 
Mud Crab Rhithropanopeus Harrisii, 
W80-00790 1302 5 A 

Alkanes in Barnacles (Balanus Tintinnabulum) 

from the Buccaneer Oilfield, 

W80-00853 1303 5A 

Acute Toxicity to Selenastrum Capricornutum 
of Aromatic Compounds from Coal Conversion, 
W80-01072 1303 5A 

Cellular Responses to Polycyclic Aromatic Hy- 
drocarbons and Phenobarbital in Mytilus Edulis, 
W80-01077 1303 5A 



Benzo(A)Pyrene Concentrations in Mussels 
(Mytilus Edulis) from Yaquina Bay, Oregon 
During June 1976-May 1978, 
W80-01092 1303 5A 

The Role of Zooplankton Fecal Pellets in the 
Sedimentation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydro- 
carbons in Dabob Bay, Washington, 
W80-03220 1309 5 A 

Distribution and Abundance of Low Molecular 
Weight Hydrocarbons and Suspended Hydro- 
carbons in Cook Inlet, Alaska, 
W80-05062 1315 5 A 

Quantitation of Pollutants in Suspended Matter 

and Water from Puget Sound, 

W80-05924 1318 5A 

Sorption of Dibenzothiophene by Soils and Sedi- 
ments, 
W80-06110 1319 5B 

Influence of Temperature, Salinity, and Phen- 
anthrene (A Petroleum Derived Polycyclic Aro- 
matic Hydrocarbon) on the Respiration of 
Larval Mud Crabs, Rhithropanopeus Harrisii, 
W80-06555 1324 5C 

AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS 

A Study on the Effects of Salinity and Tempera- 
ture on the Disappearance of Aromatic Hydro- 
carbons from the Water-Soluble Fraction of No. 
2 Fuel Oil, 
W80-02062 1306 5C 

ARRESO LAKE 

Seasonal Variation of Denitrification Rate in 
Sediment Determined by Use of N15, 
W80-05027 1315 5C 

ARROYO CUTTING 

Observations of Contemporary Arroyo Cutting 
Near Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A. 
W80-02932 1308 2J 

ARROYOS 

Observations of Contemporary Arroyo Cutting 
Near Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A. 
W80-02932 1308 2J 

ARSENATE 

Effects of Arsenic Speciation and Phosphate 
Concentration on Arsenic Inhibition of Skele- 
tonema Costatum (Bacillariophyceae), 
W80-02975 1308 5A 

ARSENIC 

The Concentration and Speciation of Arsenic in 

Marine Macro-Algae, 

W80-0O658 1302 5 A 

Some Observations on Pollutants of Velsao Bay 

(GOA), 

W80-00688 1302 5A 

Concentration of Elements in Marine Organisms 
Cultured in Seawater Flowing Through Coal- 
Fly Ash, 
W80-00834 1303 5 A 

Variability of the Concentrations of Seventeen 
Trace Elements in the Muscle and Liver of a 
Single Striped Bass, Morone Saxatilis, 
W80-00846 1303 5 A 

Toxic Cations and Marine Biota: Analysis of 

Research Effort During the Three-Year Period 

1974-1976, 

W80-01333 1304 5A 

Heavy Metal Residues in Dulse, An Edible Sea- 
weed, 
W80-01757 1305 5 A 

Factors Affecting the Flux of Arsenic Through 
the Mussel Mytilus Galloprovincialis, 
W80-01765 1305 5A 



SU-27 



ARSENIC 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Effects of Calcium and Sediment Concentrations 
on The Release of Metals and Nutrients from 
Dredge Spoil Dispersions, 
W80-02119 1306 5A 

Comparative Effects of Sediment and Water 

Contamination on Benthic Invertebrates in Four 

Lakes, 

W80-02428 1307 5C 

An Evaluation of Column Chromatography and 
Flameless Atomic Absorption Spectrophoto- 
metry for Arsenic Speciation as Applied to 
Aquatic Systems, 
W80-02682 1307 5 A 

Arsenic Flux Through Mussels and Shrimp, 
W80-02951 1308 5B 

Trace Metals in Fucoid Algae and Purple Sea 

Urchins Near a High Arctic Lead/Zinc Ore 

Deposit, 

W80-02969 1308 5B 

Effects of Arsenic Speciation and Phosphate 
Concentration on Arsenic Inhibition of Skele- 
tonema Costatum (Bacillariophyceae), 
W80-O2975 1308 5 A 

Levels of Metal Pollutants in Sediments and 

Biota of the Gulf of Trieste: A Long Term 

Survey, 

W80-03228 1309 5 A 

Trace Elements in Pelagic Organisms and a Pe- 
lagic Foodchain of the Aegean Sea, 
W80-03229 1309 5 A 

Trace Elements in Mesopelagic and Some 

Coastal Fish from the Adriatic, 

W80-03233 1309 5 A 

Heavy Metals and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in 
Pelagic Organisms from the Open Mediterra- 
nean Sea, 
W80-03241 1309 5 A 

Concentrations of Arsenic, Selenium and Ten 
Heavy Metals in School Shark, Galeorhinus 
Australis (Macleay), and Gummy Shark, Muste- 
lus Antarcticus Gunther, from South-Eastern 
Australian Waters, 
W80-03285 1309 5 A 

Heavy Metals in the Sediments of the Gulf of 

Bothnia, 

W80-03295 1309 5 A 

Environmental Path of Arsenic in Groundwater, 
W80-03303 1310 5B 

Organochlorine, Fluorine, and Heavy-Metal 
Levels in Some Birds from New Zealand Estu- 
aries, 
W80-03691 1311 5B 

The Influence of Adsorption on the Rates of 

Microbial Degradation of Arsenic Species in 

Sediments, 

W80-O3692 1311 5B 

Geology and Geochemistry of Arsenic, Ester 

Dome Area, Alaska, 

W80-03712 1311 2K 

Elemental Content of Aquatic Organisms Inhab- 
iting a Pond Contaminated with Coal Fly Ash, 
W80-O4011 1312 5B 

Growth Responses of Selected Freshwater 
Algae to Trace Elements and Scrubber Ash 
Slurry Generated by Coal-Fired Power Plants, 
W80-04386 1313 5C 

A Comparison of the Acute Toxicities of Ten 
Heavy Metals to Phytoplankton from Saanich 
Inlet, B.C., Canada, 
W80-O4398 1313 5C 



Correlation and Prediction of Metal Toxicity to 

Aquatic Biota, 

W80-O4711 1314 5A 

Comparative Toxicity of Arsenic Compounds 

and Their Accumulation in Invertebrates and 

Fish, 

W80-06276 1320 5B 

ARSENIC COMPOUNDS 

The Concentration and Speciation of Arsenic in 

Marine Macro-Algae, 

W80-00658 1302 5A 

Methylated Arsenic from Marine Fauna, 
W80-01747 1305 5A 

Factors Affecting the Flux of Arsenic Through 
the Mussel Mytilus Galloprovincialis, 
W80-01765 ' 1305 5A 

Effects of Arsenic Speciation and Phosphate 
Concentration on Arsenic Inhibition of Skele- 
tonema Costatum (Bacillariophyceae), 
W80-02975 1308 5 A 

Arsenic Species as an Indicator of Redox Condi- 
tions in Groundwater, 
W80-03046 1309 2K 

Biosynthesis and Release of Organoarsenic Com- 
pounds by Marine Algae, 
W80-03118 1309 5C 

Biochemical Significance of Arsenical Pollutants 

in a Potable Water Supply, 

W80-03175 1309 5A 

The Influence of Adsorption on the Rates of 

Microbial Degradation of Arsenic Species in 

Sediments, 

W80-03692 1311 5B 

Comparative Toxicity of Arsenic Compounds 

and Their Accumulation in Invertebrates and 

Fish, 

W80-06276 1320 5B 

Ground-Water Geochemistry: Arsenic in Land- 
fills, 
W80-06680 1324 5B 

ARSENIC RADIOISOTOPES 

Arsenic Flux Through Mussels and Shrimp, 
W80-02951 1308 5B 

ARTESIAN AQUIFERS 

Ground Water in Dale Valley, New York, 
W80-00768 1302 4B 

Effects of Paved Surfaces on Recharge to the 
Floridan Aquifer in East-Central Florida~A 
Conceptual Model, 
W80-01428 1304 4C 

Paul Spring: An Investigation of Recharge in 

the Roswell (NM) Artesian Basin, 

W80-03642 1311 2F 

ARTESIAN WELLS 

Appraisal of Uncontrolled Flowing Artesian 

Wells in Florida, 

W80-01423 1304 4B 

Overflow Tests Analysed by Theoretical and 

Numerical Methods, 

W80-03356 1310 2F 

South Dakota Ground Water and the Artesian 
Pressure: Is the Use of Water for Domestic 
Purposes Still the Highest Use., 
W80-03420 1310 6E 

Aquifer Coefficients Determined from Multiple 
Well Effects, Fernandina Beach, Florida, 
W80-04554 1314 2F 



ARTHROBACTER 

Degradation of the Crude Oil by Arthrobacter 

Sp. (In Japanese), 

W80-04O02 1312 5A 

ARTIC 

Nivation: An Arctic- Alpine Comparison and Re- 
appraisal, 
W80-O6667 1324 2C 

ARTTCICIAL LAKES 

Study of the Phosphorus Loading and Retention 

in Ijsselmeer, 

W80-O1721 1305 5C 

ARTIFICIAL AERATION 

Oxygen-Regime and Artificial Aeration of Net- 
Cages in Mariculture, 
W80-04410 1313 5A 

Alternative Choices in Measurement Systems for 

Artificial River Aeration, 

W80-06394 1321 5G 

ARTIFICIAL DESTRATIFICATION 

Effects of Whole Lake Mixing on Algae, Fish, 

and Water Quality, 

W80-02705 1308 2H 

ARTIFICIAL LAKES 

Gazetteer of Coal-Mine Lakes in Southwestern 

Indiana, 

W80-00921 1303 2H 

The Kinetics of Phosphate Removal in Small 
Alkaline Lakes by Natural and Artificial Proc- 
esses, 
W80-01452 1304 5G 

Attempts to Reduce Eutrophication in an Artifi- 
cial Bathing Lake, 
W80-01752 1305 5C 

An Ecological and Environmental Survey of the 
Humic Man-Made Lakes in Finland, 
W80-02219 1306 5A 

ARTIFICIAL PRECIPITATION 

Legal System Requirements to Control and Fa- 
cilitate Water Augmentation in the Western 
United States, 
W80-04995 1315 6E 

Project Sky water Data Inventory, 1979 Hiplex 
Season, High Plains Cooperative Program, 
W80-05762 1318 2B 

Composition for and Method of Causing Rain- 
fall, 
W80-05963 1318 2B 

ARTIFICIAL RECHARGE 

The Main Directions of Hydrogeological Inves- 
tigations for the Substantiation of Artificial Re- 
charge, 
W80-00468 1302 2 A 

Supplying Water Table Intake through Agricul- 
tural use of Urban Sewage, 
W80-00987 1303 5E 

Ground-Water Storage for California Water 

Project, 

W80-01282 1304 6E 

Hydrogeologic Data for the Bear Creek Subsur- 
face-Injection Test Site, St. Petersburg, Florida, 
W80-01419 1304 4B 

Hydrogeologic Data for the South Cross Bayou 

Subsurface-Injection Test Site, Pinellas County, 

Florida, 

W80-01421 1304 4B 

Induced Groundwater Recharge in the Ganges 

Basin, 

W80-02176 1306 4B 



SU 28 



Water Budget and Hydraulic Aspects of Artifi- 
cial Recharge, South Coast of Puerto Rico, 
W80-03160 1309 4B 

Effect of Infiltration Rate on Biological Clog- 
ging and Water Quality Changes During Artifi- 
cial Recharge, 
W80-03950 1312 4B 

The Long Island Experience with Water Reten- 
tion and Recharge Management, 
W80-04545 1314 4B 

The Case for Artificial Recharge, 

W80-05098 1315 4B 

Microbiological Effects of Recharging the Ma- 
gothy Aquifer, Bay Park, New York, With Ter- 
tiary-Treated Sewage, 
W80-05455 1317 5B 

Artificial-Recharge Investigation near Aurora, 

Nebraska, 2-Year Progress Report, 

W80-05458 1317 4B 

The Role of Desalination in Water Reuse, 
W80-05552 1317 3A 

Trace-Organics Biodegradation in Aquifer Re- 
charge, 
W80-05749 1318 5B 

Sequential Use of Reclaimed Wastewater Des- 
tined for Aquifer Recharge, 
W80-05801 1318 4B 

Hydraulic Effects of Recharging the Magothy 
Aquifer, Bay Park, New York, with Tertiary 
Treated Sewage, 
W80-05884 1318 5D 

Organic Water Quality Changes During Sand 
Bank and Dune Filtration of Surface Waters in 
the Netherlands, 
W80-06494 1324 4B 

Water Reuse for Groundwater Recharge: An 

Overview, 

W80-06495 1324 4B 

ARTIFICIAL SOIL FREEZING 

Cryogenic Texture and Strength Aspects of Ar- 

tifically Frozen Soils, 

W80-01507 1304 2C 

ARTIFICIAL STREAMS 

Using Artificial Streams to Evaluate Perturba- 
tion Effects on Aufwuchs Structure and Func- 
tion, 
W80-04718 1314 5 A 

Using Artificial Streams to Evaluate Perturba- 
tion Effects on Aufwuchs Structure and Func- 
tion, 
W80-05260 1316 5A 

ARTIFICIAL SUBSTRATES 

Data Compilation of Periphyton Colonized on 
Artificial Substrates Placed in the Sacramento 
and Feather Rivers, California, 1975, 
W80-00223 1301 6G 

Comparison of Kinetic Models for the Simula- 
tion of Algal Growth, 
W80-01131 1303 5C 

A Preliminary Study of Algal Turf Communities 
of a Shallow Coral Reef Lagoon Using an Artifi- 
cial Substratum, 
W80-01980 1305 5C 

A Periphyton Growth Substrate Useful for Nu- 
trient Impact Studies in Large Rivers, 
W80-03665 1311 5A 

The Microdistribution of Epiphytes on the 
Leaves of Natural and Artificial Macrophytes, 
W80-03798 1311 5C 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Primary Production of Algae Growing on Natu- 
ral and Artificial Aquatic Plants: A Study of 
Interactions Between Epiphytes and Their Sub- 
strate, 
W80-04131 1312 21 

A Study of Periphyton in a Polluted River 

(L'Agout) I. Structure and Development of 

Communities on Artificial Substrata. (In 

French), 

W80-04908 1315 5C 

A Study of Periphyton in a Polluted River 
(L'Agout) II. Metabolism and Dynamics of 
Growth on Artificial Substrata, (In French), 
W80-04909 1315 5C 

ARTIFICIAL WETLANDS 

Artificial Wetlands: Values, Regulatory, and De- 
velopmental Issues, 
W80-01603 1305 6B 

ARYSULPHATASES 

Purification and Properties of Soluble Arylsul- 
phatases Isolated from Hepatopancreas of the 
Shrimp Crangon Crangon L. 
W80-03278 1309 5 A 

ASCOPHYLLUM 

Effect of Pulp Mill Effluent on Productivity of 

Seaweeds, 

W80-00818 1303 5 A 

ASCORBIC ACID 

Effects of Dietary Ascorbic Acid on Chronic 

Lead Toxicity to Young Rainbow Trout (Salmo 

Gairdneri), 

W80-04720 1314 5A 

ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION 

Contribution of Asexual Reproduction to the 

Distribution of Triclad Flatworms, 

W80-02524 1307 5C 

ASH 

Growth Responses of Selected Freshwater 
Algae to Trace Elements and Scrubber Ash 
Slurry Generated by Coal-Fired Power Plants, 
W80-04386 1313 5C 

ASH TREES 

The North Maroondah Experiment Pretreat- 

ment Phase Comparison of Catchment Water 

Balances, 

W80-04512 1314 4A 

ASHE COUNTY (NO 

Flood Hazard Analyses: North Fork - New 
River, Ashe County, North Carolina. 
W80-02030 1306 2E 



ASHLEY VALLEY (UT) 

Impact of Water and Soils Having High Source- 
Sink Potentials on Water and Salinity Manage- 
ment under Irrigation in the Upper Colorado 
River Basin. 
W80-01208 1304 2K 

ASIA 

Report of the ESCAP Regional Preparatory 
Meeting for the United Nations Water Confer- 
ence. 
W80-00406 1302 6A 

The Ecology of Sandy Beaches in Penang, Ma- 
laysia, with Special Reference to Excirolana 
Orientalis (Dana), 
W80-03633 1311 2L 

The Design of a Flood Forecasting Procedure 
for the Klang River at Kuala Lumpur, 
W80-O4536 1314 2E 

Rainfall Distribution in Northeastern Thailand, 
W80-06626 1324 2B 



ATCHAFALAYA RIVER (LA) 

ASIATIC CLAM 

Dynamics and Control of the Asiatic Clam in 

the New River, Virginia, 

W80-02471 1307 5C 

Invasion, Population Dynamics and Elemental 
Accumulation of Corbicula Fluminea in the 
New River at Glen Lyn, Virginia, 
W80-05332 1316 5C 

ASP 

Human Impacts on Biomass, Population Size 
and Yield-Per-Recruits of Asp (Aspius Aspius 
L.) in Lake Balaton, 

W80-04409 1313 5 A 

ASPHALT 

Asphalt-Channel Prevents Brackishness (As- 

phalt-Kanalebvoorkom Brak), 

W80-06000 1318 3F 

ASPIUS 

Human Impacts on Biomass, Population Size 
and Yield-Per-Recruits of Asp (Aspius Aspius 
L.) in Lake Balaton, 

W80-04409 1313 5 A 

ASSESSMENT 

Assessing River Water Quality by Order Statis- 
tics, 
W80-01625 1305 5A 

A BCCIPA Model for Water Resource Project 

Evaluation, 

W80-01634 1305 6B 

Industrial Wastewater Treatment Process Using 

Granular Activated Carbon, 

W80-01659 1305 5D 

Assessment of the Environmental Infrastructure 
Required by Large Public and Private Invest- 
ments, 
W80-01699 1305 5C 

Statistical Methods Used to Assess Biological 

Impact at Nuclear Power Plants, 

W80-01701 1305 5C 

ASSESSMENTS 

Assessment of Water Resources: Networks, Sur- 
veys, Services, and Related Facilities: Present 
Status and Requirements by 2000. 
W80-00426 1302 6 A 

River Amenity Evaluation: A Review and Com- 
mentary, 
W80-04758 1314 6B 

ASWAN (EGYPT) 

Nile River Discharge, 

W80-02901 1308 2B 



ASWAN HIGH DAM 

Sedimentation Process Above the Aswan High 
Dam in Lake Nasser-Nubia (Egypt-Sudan), 
W80-01786 1305 5C 

ASWAN HIGH DAM (EGYPT) 

The Environmental Impacts of the Aswan High 

Dam, 

W80-00446 1302 5C 

ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOR 

Comment on 'Value of Information in Reservoir 

Optimization' by V. Klemes, 

W80-00147 1301 6A 

ASYMPTOTIC INFILTRATION RATE 

Effective Rainfall Estimation, 

W80-04231 1313 2G 

ATCHAFALAYA RIVER (LA) 

Copepoda and Cladocera Communities in a 

River-Swamp System, 

W80-02546 1307 5C 



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ATHABASCA GLACIER 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ATHABASCA GLACIER 

Glacier Surveys in Alberta - 1977, 

W80-04570 1314 2C 

ATHABASCA RIVER (ALBERTA 

Numerical Abundance and Biomass of Bacteria, 
Algae and Macrobenthos of a Large Northern 
River, the Athabasca, 
W80-04127 1312 5C 

ATHABASKA-GREAT SLAVE LAKE REGION 
(CANADA) 

Species Versatility in Shore Habitats, 
W80-03521 1310 21 

ATIGUN RIVER 

Some Larvae of Diamesinae and Podonominae, 
Chironomidae from the Brooks Range, Alaska, 
with Provisional Key, 
W80-00218 1301 1A 

ATLANTIC COASTAL PLAIN 

Vascular Halophytes of the Atlantic and Gulf 
Coasts of North America North of Mexico, 
W80-01924 1305 2L 

Origins of Oceanic Plankton in the Middle At- 
lantic Blight, 
W80-O4132 1312 2L 

Rural Nonpoint Source Water Quality in a 

Southeastern Watershed, 

W80-04221 1313 5B 

ATLANTIC CROAKER 

An Analysis of Feeding Relationships Among 
Estuarine Fishes Raised in Polyculture in Ponds 
Receiving Thermal Effluents, 
W 80-0243 3 1307 5 A 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, But- 
termilk Sound Marsh Development Site, Atlan- 
tic Intracoastal Waterway, Georgia: Appendix 
A: Propagation of Marsh Plants and Post-Propa- 
gation Monitoring, 
W80-03399 1310 5E 

ATLANTIC MENHADEN 

A Recurrence Model for the Prediction of DDT 

Flux in Atlantic Menhaden, 

W8O-OO806 1303 5B 

Cold Shock: Effect of Rate of Thermal Decrease 

on Atlantic Menhaden, 

W80-03344 1310 5C 

ATLANTIC OCEAN 

Isotopic Composition of River Runoff on the 

U.S. East Coast: Evaluation of Stable Isotope 

Versus Salinity Plots for Coastal Water Mass 

Identification, 

W80-00607 1302 2L 

On the Generation of the Seasonal Coastal Up- 
welling in the Gulf of Guinea, 
W80-00608 1302 2L 

Distribution of Suspended Bacteria in Neritic 

Waters South of Long Island During Stratified 

Conditions, 

W80-00627 1302 2L 

The Production and Fate of Phytoplankton Size 
Fractions in the Plume of the Hudson River, 
New York Bight, 
W80-0O628 1302 2L 

Summertime Synoptic Variability of the Middle 
Atlantic Shelf Water/Slope Water Front, 
W80-00740 1302 2L 

Seasonal Geostrophic Volume Transports along 

the Scotian Shelf, 

W8O-O10I3 1303 2L 

Exploring Data Structure of New York Bight 
Bcnthic Data Using Post-Collection Stratifica- 



tion of Samples, and Linear Discriminant Analy- 
sis for Species Composition Comparisons, 
W80-01287 1304 2L 

Phytoplankton Communities in Upwelling areas. 

The Example of NW Africa, 

W80-01443 1304 5C 

Hydrological Structure Analysis for Estimating 

the Primary Production in the Tropical Atlantic 

Ocean, 

W80-02129 1306 5C 

Hypsometry of the Continental Shelf off Eastern 

North America, 

W80-03367 1310 2L 

Coastal Colloidal Carbon: A Study of its Season- 
al Variation and the Possibility of River Input, 
W80-03375 1310 2L 

Diurnal Oxygen Rhythm and Primary Produc- 
tion in the Mixed Layer of the Atlantic Ocean at 
20 Degrees N, 
W80-04282 1313 5 A 

Dissolved and Particulate Organic Carbon in the 
North Equatorial Current of the Atlantic Ocean, 
W80-04283 1313 5C 

Current C14 Methods for Measuring Primary 
Production: Gross Underestimates in Oceanic 

Waters, 

W80-04284 1313 5 A 

Mixing Processes on the Atlantic Continental 

Shelf, Cape Cod to Cape Hatteras, 

W80-04532 1314 5B 

Continuous Plankton Records: Seasonal Cycles 
of Phytoplankton and Copepods in the North 
Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, 
W80-04652 1314 5C 

Hazards Analysis on the Atlantic Outer Conti- 
nental Shelf, 
W80-05581 1317 5B 

Oil and Gas Operations in the Atlantic Outer 
Continental Shelf: An Overview of the Regula- 
tory and Litigation-Related Constraints to De- 
velopment, 
W80-05919 1318 6E 

Summertime Advection of Low Salinity Surface 

Waters Into Onslow Bay, 

W80-06660 1324 2L 

ATLANTIC SALMON 

The Survival of Smolts of Salmon Salmo Salar 
L. at Low Concentrations of Dissolved Oxygen, 
W80-00655 1302 5A 

The Effect of Dissolved Oxygen and Salinity on 
the Toxicity of Ammonia to Smolts of Salmon, 
Salmo Salar L., 
W80-04397 1313 5A 



Lethal Temperatures for Fish, 
W80-04682 



1314 5A 



ATLANTIC SLOPE BASINS (NJ) 

Water Resources Data for New Jersey, Water 
Year 1978- Volume 1. Atlantic Slope Basins, 
Hudson River to Cape May, 
W80-01430 1304 7C 

ATLANTIC TOMCOD 

Hepatomas in Atlantic Tomcod Microgadus 
Tomcod (Walbaum) Collected in the Hudson 
River Estuary in New York, 
W80-00675 1302 5B 

ATMOSPHERIC MODIFICATION 

Is Your Weather Being Modified, 

W80-05778 1318 4C 



ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE 

Barometric Fluctuations in Wells Tapping Deep 

Unconfined Aquifers, 

W80-O5710 1318 2F 

ATOMIC EMISSION SPECTROMETRY 

Determination of Trace Elements in Natural 

Waters by the DC. Argon Plasma, Multielement 

Atomic Emission Spectrometer (DCP-MAES) 

Technique, 

W80-04858 1315 7B 

ATP 

ATP as a Measure of Living Phytoplankton 

Carbon in Estuaries, 

W80-03115 1309 5C 

ATTENUATION 

Phytoplankton Distribution and Light Attenu- 
ation in Port Hacking Estuary, 
W80-03799 1311 5C 

ATTITUDES 

Public Attitudes Toward Community 
Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse Options, 
W80-01002 1303 5B 

The Social and Political Matrix of Environmen- 
tal Attitudes. An Analysis of the Vote on the 
California Coastal Zone Regulation Act, 
W 80-0 1470 1304 6B 

The Attitudes of Industry and Public Officials 
on Industrial Use of Reclaimed Municipal 
Wastewater Effluent in Massachusetts, 
W80-02707 1308 3C 

ATTITUDINAL SURVEYS 

Water Resource Preservation: Personal Values 

and Public Support, 

W80-06043 1319 6B 

ATTORNEYS FEES 

Environmental Financing Litigation, 
W80-02453 1307 6E 

ATTRACTION 

An Avoidance Response Bioassay for Aquatic 

Pollutants, 

W80-04806 1315 5C 

AUBURN (AL) 
Water Quality in Channel Catfish Production 
Ponds, 
W80-00619 1302 5A 

AUKS 

Small Oil Spill Kills 10-20000 Seabirds in North 

Norway, 

W80-01044 1303 5C 

AURORA (NEBR) 

Artificial-Recharge Investigation near Aurora, 

Nebraska, 2-Year Progress Report, 

W80-05458 1317 4B 

AUSTRALIA 

Establishment of Quality Criteria for Water Use 

in Australia, 

W80-00460 1302 6E 



Inter-State Rivers in Australia, 
W 80-00461 



1302 6E 



The Response of Groundwater Systems to 

Drought, 

W 80-00462 1302 4B 

A Method of Aquifer Testing and Its Applica- 
tion to an Anisotropic Inhomogeneous Multiple 
Aquifer System, 
W80-00727 1302 2F 

A Statistical Method for Modelling the Fate of 
Rainfall in a Tropical Rainforest Catchment, 
W80-00748 1302 2E 

Evaporation from Vegetation in Landscapes De- 
veloping Secondary Salinity Using the Ventilat- 



SU 30 



SUBJECT INDEX 



AVALANCHES 



ed-Chamber Technique, I. Comparative Tran- 
spiration from Juvenile Eucalyptus Above 
Saline Groundwater Seeps, 
W80-00755 1302 21 

An Investigation of the Heavy Metal Content of 
the Water and Sediments in a Reservoir Supply- 
ing Drinking Water to a Major Mining Center, 
W80-01292 1304 5A 

Mathematical Modeling of Dissolved Oxygen in 

Mixed Estuaries, 

W80-01861 1305 5B 

Aspects of the Zoogeography of Australian Mi- 

crocrustaceans, 

W80-02548 1307 5C 

Rangeland Hydrology in Australia - A Brief 

Review, 

W80-02745 1308 2G 

The Relationship Between Annual Rainfall and 

Pan Evaporation in Australia, 

W80-02885 1308 2D 

Heavy Metals in the Native Oyster (Ostrea 
Angasi) and Mussel (Mytilus Edulis Planulatus) 
from Port Davey, South-Western Tasmania, 
W80-02963 1308 5 A 

Mercury Content of Shark from South-Western 

Australian Waters, 

W80-02972 1308 5 A 

A Three- Year Study of Benthos of Muddy Envi- 
ronments in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, 
W80-03028 1309 2L 

Effects of Parameter Uncertainty in a Flow 

Routing Model, 

W80-03035 1309 2E 

Management of Pinus Pinaster Plantations on 

the Swan Coastal Plain for Timber and Water 

Yield, 

W80-03385 1310 21 

The Survival of Coliform Bacteria in Saline 

Sediments, 

W80-03386 1310 5B 

Head-Loss Measurements on Hydroelectric 

Conduits, 

W80-03453 1310 8B 

A Hydrological Analysis of East Australian 
Floods Using Nimbus-5 Electrically Scanning 
Radiometer Data, 
W80-03474 1310 7B 

Management of Elodea in Australian Irrigation 

Systems, 

W80-03825 1311 4A 

Wetlands of the South-West of Western Austra- 
lia with Special Reference to the Busselton 
Area. 
W80-03861 1311 2L 

Agricultural Land Use and Its Effect on Catch- 
ment Output of Salt and Water-Evidence from 
Southern Australia, 
W80-04259 1313 2F 

The Hydrochemistry of an Aquifer Network, 
W80-04263 1313 2K 

Effects of Rural and Urban Sources of Phospho- 
rus of Lake Burley Griffin, 
W80-04270 1313 5B 

The North Maroondah Experiment Pretreat- 

ment Phase Comparison of Catchment Water 

Balances, 

W80-04512 1314 4A 



Recurring Aggregation of Zooplankton by a 

Tidal Current, 

W80-04629 1314 2L 

Hydrologic Characteristics of Australian 

Streams, 

W80-05120 1316 2E 

A Frequency Distribution for Annual Floods, 
W8O-06152 1319 2E 

Geology and Hydrogeology of the Becher Point 
Line and Geological Reinterpretation of Adja- 
cent Borehole Lines, 
W80-06417 1321 2F 

Hydrogeology of the Eneabba Borehole Line, 
W80-06418 " 1321 2F 

Developing a Toxicity Testing Capability for 

Australia, 

W80-06734 1324 5 A 

AUSTRIA 

Computerized Optimization of Water Releases 

from Reservoirs, 

W80-00445 1302 4A 

Attempts to Reduce Eutrophication in an Artifi- 
cial Bathing Lake, 
W80-01752 1305 5C 

AUTOCATALYTIC NATURE 

Optimal Flow Patterns in Activated Sludge 

Process, 

W80-01668 1305 5D 

AUTOGENIC SUCCESSION 

Substrate Conditions, Community Structure and 
Succession in a Portion of the Floodplain of 
Wissahickon Creek, 
W80-00310 1301 2B 

AUTOMATIC CONTROL 

Urban Stormwater Control Package for Auto- 
mated Real-Time Systems, 
W80-03080 1309 4 A 

Electronic Filter Level Offset (El-Flo) Plus 

Reset Equipment for Automatic Downstream 
Control of Canals, 
W80-03387 1310 8C 

A Simple Digital Rate-Meter for Current Meters 

(Note), 

W80-04537 1314 7B 

Automatic Control for Wastewater Treatment 

Systems, 

W80-05861 1318 5D 

Present Methods and Prospectives in Water 

Meter Reading and Billing (Methodes Actuelles 

et Prospectives en Matiere de Releve des Comp- 

teurs et de Facturation des Consommations 

d'eau), 

W80-06120 1319 6B 

Program Control for Center Post Irrigation 

System, 

W80-06940 1324 3F 

AUTOMATIC RANGE-SWITCHING 
MODIFICATION 

An Automatic Range-Switching Modification 
for Direct-Reading Specific Conductance Meas- 
urements, 
W80-03328 1310 7B 

AUTOMATION 

Automatic Water-Level Control in South 

Africa, 

W80-02341 1306 8 A 

An Automatic Range-Switching Modification 
for Direct-Reading Specific Conductance Meas- 
urements, 
W80-03328 1310 7B 



A Simple Digital Rate-Meter for Current Meters 

(Note), 

W80-04537 1314 7B 

Automated Colorimetric Method for the Deter- 
mination of Vanadium in Fresh Water, 
W80-06372 1321 5 A 

Recent Automation Changes in Model Velocity 
Analyses and Data Acquisition by Miniature 
Price Meters, 
W80-06542 1324 7B 

The Chemical Composition of Water and the 

Analytical Chemist: A Challenge, 

W80-06649 1324 5 A 

Automation of Pivot Sprinkler Irrigation Sys- 
tems to More Efficiently Utilize Rainfall and 
Irrigation Water, 
W80-06701 1324 3F 

AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES 

Water-Quality Assessment of Runoff from a 
Rural Highway Bridge Near Tallahassee, Flor- 
ida, 
W80-00767 1302 5B 

AUTOREGRESSIVE INTEGRATED MOVING 
AVERAGE (ARIMA) 

Regional Stochastic Generation of Streamflows 
Using an Arima (1,0,1) Process and Disaggrega- 
tion, 
W80-05291 1316 2E 

AUTOREGRESSIVE-MOVING AVERAGE 
MODEL 

Synthetic Hydrology and Water Supply Reli- 
ability, 
W80-05711 1318 2E 

AVAILABLE WATER 

Analysis of Water Resources Requirement for 
the Enhanced (Tertiary) Oil Recovery in the 
Southern Plains Region of the United States, 
W80-01005 1303 5G 

A System for Regional Analysis of Water Avail- 
ability, 
W80-01295 1304 2A 

Water Resources Data of the Seward Area, 

Alaska, 

W80-01427 1304 6D 

Water Resources of the Port Madison Indian 

Reservation, Washington, 

W80-02231 1306 6A 

Availability and Use of Water in Nebraska, 1975, 
W80-02592 1307 6D 

Water Resources of the Lower Elwha Indian 

Reservation, Washington, 

W80-O4O86 1312 2F 

Report of the River Master of the Delaware 
River for the Period December 1, 1977 - No- 
vember 30, 1978, 
W80-05292 1316 6D 

Water in the Pensacola, Florida, Area. 
W80-05298 1316 2 A 

Crop Production and Water Supply Characteris- 
tics of Kern County, 
W80-06082 1319 6C 

AVALANCHES 

Accelerating Strain Preceding an Avalanche, 
W80-02309 1306 2C 

Numerical Computation of Avalanche Motion, 
W80-02845 1308 7B 

A Recommendation for the Application of the 
Roch Index for Slab Avalanche Release, 
W80-06099 1319 2C 






SU-31 






AVALANCHES 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Forces on Structures Impacted and Enveloped 

by Avalanches, 

W80-06101 1319 2C 

Time-Series Modelling of Avalanche Activity 

from Meteorological Data, 

W80-06102 1319 2C 

AVERAGE FLOW 

Streamflow Estimates in Selected Wisconsin 

Streams, 

W80-05878 1318 2E 

AVOIDANCE RESPONSE 

An Avoidance Response Bioassay for Aquatic 

Pollutants, 

W80-04806 1315 5C 

AYU 

Chemotherapeutical Studies on Trimethoprim 
Against Vibriosis of Pond-Cultured Ayu-II. 
Tissue Levels After Administration of Trimetho- 
prim-Sulfadoxine Mixture (In Japanese), 
W80-03693 1311 5B 

Studies on Chemotherapy of Fish Diseases with 
Piromidic Acid— I. Absorption, Distribution, Ex- 
cretion and Toxicity of Piromidic Acid in Some 
Species of Fishes, 
W80-04012 1312 5B 

AZOMETHINE H COLORIMETRIC METHOD 

Azomethine H Colorimetric Method for Deter- 
mining Dissolved Boron in Water, 
W80-00221 1301 IB 

BABINE LAKE (BRITISH COLUMBIA) 

Transverse Upwelling in a Long Narrow Lake, 

with Applications to Babine Lake and Lake 

Michigan, 

W8O-O103O 1303 2H 

BACKFILL 

Permeable Backfill Effects on Water Removal 

by Subsurface Drains in Clay Soil, 

W80-05820 1318 2G 

BACKGROUND WATER QUALITY 

Agricultural Land Use: Effects on the Chemical 

Quality of Runoff, 

W80-05012 1315 5B 

BACKW ASHING 

Treatment Facility With Backwash Control 

System, 

W80-06944 1324 5D 

BACKWATER 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, West Fork Amite River Near Lib- 
erty, Mississippi, 
W80-06348 1321 6A 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, Thompson Creek Near Clara, Mis- 



sissippi, 
W80-06353 



1321 6A 



BACTERIA 

Nitrogen Fixation by Rhizosphere and Free- 
Living Bacteria in Salt Marsh Sediments, 
W80-00016 1301 21 

Distribution of Suspended Bacteria in Neritic 

Waters South of Long Island During Stratified 

Conditions, 

W80-00627 1302 2L 

Prevalence of Enteroviruses in Ground Water of 

Israel, 

W80-00966 1303 5 A 

Phosphatase Activity in Eutrophic Tokyo Bay, 
W80-01451 1304 5C 

The Influence of Ammonia Water on Bacteria, 

Plankton and Bottom Fauna of Ponds, (In 

Polish), 

W80-O2099 1306 5A 



Metabolic Activity of Bacteria in the River 

Danube in a Year Cycle, 

W80-02504 1307 5C 

Glucose Concentrations and Heterotrophic Ac- 
tivity in Lake Kinneret, 
W80-02505 1307 5C 

Changes in Planktonic Microbial Populations - 
an Analysis by Scanning Electron Microscope, 
W80-02506 1307 5C 

Bacteria, Bacterial Activities, and Uptake Kinet- 
ics in Surficial Sediments of a Small Eutrophi- 
cated Mountain Lake, 
W80-02507 1307 5C 

Spatial and Temporal Distribution in a Mero- 
mictic Karstic Lake Basin: Relationships With 
Physiochemical Parameters and Zooplankton, 
W80-02508 1307 5C 

Suspended and Attached Microorganisms in a 

Polluted River, 

W80-02510 1307 5C 

Phosphorus Uptake Rates in Planktonic Com- 
munities Related to Light Gradient, 
W80-02578 1307 5C 

Measurements of Mineralization of Phytoplank- 
ton Detritus in an Oligotrophic Lake, 
W80-03107 1309 5C 

Effect of Long-Term Lead Exposure on the 
Seawater and Sediment Bacteria from Heteroge- 
neous Continuous Flow Cultures, 
W80-03283 1309 5 A 

Distribution, Abundance, and Petroleum-De- 
grading Potential of Marine Bacteria from 
Middle Atlantic Continental Shelf Waters, 
W80-03538 1310 5C 

An Artificial Microbial Ecosystem for Deter- 
mining Effects and Fate of Toxicants in a Salt- 
Marsh Environment, 
W80-03670 1311 5 A 

Seasonal Changes of Bacterioplankton in a Res- 
ervoir Related to Algae. I. Numbers and Bio- 
mass, 
W80-03811 1311 5C 

Distribution of Bacteria and Chlorophyll A at a 

Nearshore Station in Lake Ontario, 

W80-03822 1311 5C 

The Transfer of Cadmium from Marine Hetero- 
trophic Bacteria to Macoma Balthica, 
W80-03897 1311 5C 

Relationships Between Bacterial Populations and 

Oxygen Levels in the Central Basin of Lake 

Erie, 

W80-04059 1312 2H 

Numerical Abundance and Biomass of Bacteria, 
Algae and Macrobenthos of a Large Northern 
River, the Athabasca, 
W80-04127 1312 5C 

Phosphatase Activity and Its Role in the Miner- 
alization of Organic Phosphorus in Coastal Sea 
Water, 
W80-04141 1312 5F 

Primary Production and Bacterioplankton in 
Fish Ponds with Mono and Poly-Culture, 
W80-04148 1312 5C 

Clostridium Perfringens as a Water Pollution 

Indicator, 

W80-04247 1313 5B 

Occurrence of Nitric and Nitrous Oxides in a 

Coastal Marine Sediment, 

W80-04362 1313 2K 



Effect of Nutrient Inflow on the Bacterial Flora 

in the River Sakuragawa, Japan, 

W80-04447 1313 5C 

Biodegradation of Thiocyanate by Microorgan- 
isms Isolated from Gas Liquor, 
W80-04605 1314 5D 



Bacteria: What are They, 

W 80-04748 



1314 5A 



Influence of Hydrocarbons on Ecology of Bac- 
teria in Aerobic Lake Sediment, (In German), 
W80-04913 1315 5C 

The Significance of Vitamins and the Epiphytic 
Bacterial Community in the Nutritional Ecology 
of Cladophora Glomerata, 
W80-05008 1315 5C 

Self-Purification of Rivers a Two-Phase Model 

for Bacterial Biodegradation, 

W80-05028 1315 5F 

Seasonal Variation of Psychrotrophic Bacteria 

in Sediment From Lake Ontario, 

W80-05030 1315 5C 



Bacteria: What's in the Water., 
W80-05064 



1315 8A 



Sediment Bacteria as a Water Quality Indicator 

in the Lynnhaven Estuary, 

W80-05467 1317 5 A 

Production of Trihalomethanes from the Chlor- 
ination of Cast Iron Water Pipe Bacterial Films, 
W80-05469 1317 5F 

Reduction of Coliform Bacteria in Two Upland 

Reservoirs: The Significance of Distance Decay 

Relationships, 

W80-05476 1317 5B 

Heterotrophic Bacteria in Two Canadian 
Rivers-I. Seasonal Variations in the Predomi- 
nant Bacterial Populations, 
W80-05781 1318 5C 

Relationships Between Heterotrophic Bacteria 
and Pollution in an Industrialized Estuary, 
W80-06126 1319 5B 

Fish Health Management in Aquaculture, 
W80-06727 1324 81 

BACTERIAL IMMUNIZATION 

Immune Response to Bacterial Immunization of 
Channel Catfish Maintained in a Recirculating 
Water-Reuse System, 
W80-04016 1312 5C 

BACTERICIDES 

Chemotherapeutical Studies on Trimethoprim 
Against Vibriosis of Pond-Cultured Ayu-II. 
Tissue Levels After Administration of Trimetho- 
prim-Sulfadoxine Mixture (In Japanese), 
W80-03693 1311 5B 

BACTERIOPHAGE 

Mechanism of Ozone Inactivation of Bacterio- 
phage f2, 
W80-05753 1318 5D 

BACTERIOPHAGES 

Effectiveness of Sand Filters for Bacteriophage 
Escherichia Coli Tl Removal Using Calcium as 
an Aid, 
W80-00493 1302 5D 

BADGER WASH (CO) 

Effects of Grazing on Runoff and Sediment 
Yield from Desert Rangeland at Badger Wash in 
Western Colorado, 1953-73, 
W80-03166 1309 4C 



SU 32 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BASELINE STUDIES 



BAKER COUNTY 

Ground-Water Data in the Baker County-North- 
ern Malheur County Area, Oregon, 
W80-00226 1301 2F 

BALANUS 

Alkanes in Barnacles (Balanus Tintinnabulum) 

from the Buccaneer Oilfield, 

W8O-0O853 1303 5A 

Mortality, Growth and Fecundity of Transplant- 
ed Mussel and Barnacle Populations Near a Pulp 
Mill Outfall, 
W80-04418 1313 5C 

BALCONES FAULT ZONE 

Ground-Water Resources and Model Applica- 
tions for the Edwards (Balcones Fault Zone) 
Aquifer in the San Antonio Region, Texas, 
W80-02883 1308 2F 

BALSFJORDEN 

A Preliminary Study of Zooplankton Sound 
Scattering Layers in Balsfjorden: Structure, En- 
ergetics, and Migrations, 
W80-00983 1303 5C 

BALTIC SEA 

Lagrangian and Eulerian Measurements of Hori- 
zontal Mixing in the Baltic, 
W80-00359 1301 5B 

Phytoplankton in the Coastal Waters of the 

Bothnian Bay Off Kemi, 

W80-00518 1302 5C 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Plankton from the 

Turku Archipelago, 

W80-00861 1303 5 A 

Cadmium in Mytilus Edulis from German Coast- 
al Waters, 
W80-02094 1306 5B 

The Tsesis Oil Spill: Its Impact on the Coastal 

Ecosystem of the Baltic Sea, 

W80-03012 1309 5C 

Toxic Effects and Accumulation of Cadmium in 
Some Benthic Organisms of the Baltic, 
W80-03297 1309 5 A 

Meiofauna Development on Artificial Soft Bot- 
toms in Kiel Bay (In German), 
W80-03346 1310 5A 

BANGLADESH 

Pre-Monsoon Rainfall and Its Variability in Ban- 
gladesh: A Trend Surface Analysis, 
W80-01032 1303 2B 

BANGOR AREA (MAINE) 

Maine Coastal Storm and Flood of February 2, 

1976, 

W80-04553 1314 2E 

BANK EROSION 

An Analysis of the Processes of River Bank 

Erosion, 

W 80-006 12 1302 2J 

Kinetics of Red Clay Bluff Dissolution in West- 
ern Lake Superior, 
W80-04216 1313 2J 

The Loyalsock Creek Model Study, 
W80-05229 1316 8B 

The Streambank Erosion Control Evaluation 
and Demonstration Act of 1974: Interim Report 
to Congress. 
W80-06536 1324 4D 

BANK PROTECTION 

The Evaluation of a Synthetic Material for Use 
as a Wave Protection Agent on Irrigation Dams, 
W80-04599 1314 8G 



A Model Study of a Synthetic Fabric Material 
for Use as a Slope Protection Method on Irriga- 
tion Dams, 
W80-05806 1318 4D 

The Streambank Erosion Control Evaluation 
and Demonstration Act of 1974: Interim Report 
to Congress. 
W80-06536 1324 4D 

Evaluation of Spray-On Stabilizers for Bank 

Protection, 

W80-06537 1324 4D 

BANK STABILITY 

Sea Research Program for Channel Stability and 

Gully Control, 

W80-06673 1324 4D 

BANK STABILIZATION 

Evaluation of Spray-On Stabilizers for Bank 

Protection, 

W80-06537 1324 4D 

BANKFULL DISCHARGE 

Effective and Bankfull Discharges of Streams in 
the Yampa River Basin, Colorado and Wyo- 
ming, 
W80-06246 1320 2J 

BANKS 

Free Surface Seepage in Earth Banks, 
W80-06866 1324 2G 

BARBADOS 

Influence of Amazon River Discharge on the 

Marine Production System Off Barbados, West 

Indies, 

W80-04275 1313 5C 

BARDAWIL LAGOON 

The Study of a Natural Hypersaline Lagoon in a 

Desert Area (The Bardawil Lagoon in Northern 

Sinai), 

W80-05851 1318 2L 

BARGES 

Feasibility Study of a Numerical Tow Model, 
W80-03562 1310 8B 

BARITE 

Effect of Barite on Meiofauna in a Flow- 
Through Experimental System, 
W80-01097 1303 5A 

BARIUM 

Correlation and Prediction of Metal Toxicity to 

Aquatic Biota, 

W80-04711 1314 5A 

BARKLEY DAM (KY) 

Prototype Gate Vibration Tests, Barkley Dam, 

Cumberland River, Kentucky, 

W80-06540 1324 8C 

BARLEY 

Wastewater Helps the Barley Grow, 
W80-03547 1310 3C 

BARNACLES 

Alkanes in Barnacles (Balanus Tintinnabulum) 

from the Buccaneer Oilfield, 

W80-00853 1303 5A 

A Comparative Study of the Closure Responses 
of Some Cirripede Species Exposed to Falling 
Seawater Concentrations, 
W80-03342 1310 5A 

Some Biochemical Constituents of Stage I and II 
Nauplii of Balanus Balanoides (L.) and the 
Effect of Anoxia on Stage I, 
W80-04005 1312 5C 

Mortality, Growth and Fecundity of Transplant- 
ed Mussel and Barnacle Populations Near a Pulp 
Mill Outfall, 
W80-04418 1313 5C 



BARNSTABLE HARBOR (MA) 
A Diatom Assemblage Living Below the Sur- 
face of Intertidal Sand Flats, 
W80-04143 1312 2L 

BAROMETRIC EFFICIENCY 

Barometric Fluctuations in Wells Tapping Deep 

Unconfined Aquifers, 

W80-05710 1318 2F 

BARRIER ISLANDS 

The Environmental Geology and Geomorpho- 
logy of the Barrier Island - Lagoon System 
Along the Beaufort Sea Coastal Plain, 
W8O-056O0 1317 5C 

Asymmetric Variation of Ghyben-Herzberg 

Lens, 

W80-06384 1321 2L 

BARRIERS 

Armour Unit for Wave Energy Absorption, 
W80-03207 1309 8 A 

Floating-Type Anti-Oil, Anti-Impact and Anti- 
Wave Barrier, 
W80-03593 1310 5G 



A Study of Submerged Breakwaters, 
W80-06606 1324 



8B 



Modelling of Tidal Barrier Schemes: An Analy- 
sis of the Open-Boundary Problem by Reference 
to AC Circuit Theory, 
W80-06659 1324 2L 

BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY (IN) 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for East Fork White River, Bartholomew 
County, Indiana, 
W80-06792 1324 5G 

BASE FLOW 

Low-Flow Characteristics of Wisconsin Streams 

at Sewage-Treatment Plants and Industrial 

Plants, 

W80-00930 1303 2E 

Low-Flow Characteristics of Streams in the 

Lake Superior Basin, Wisconsin, 

W80-01596 1304 2F 

Interactions of Mining and Water Resource Sys- 
tems in the Southeastern Idaho Phosphate Field, 
W80-04104 1312 2F 

Preliminary Estimate of Regional Effective 
Groundwater Recharge Rates in Ohio, 
W80-05466 1317 2F 

Documentation of a Finite-Element Two-Layer 
Model for Simulation of Ground-Water Flow, 
W80-05702 1318 2F 

Topography and Hillslope Soil Water Relation- 
ships in a Catchment of Low Relief, 
W80-06204 1320 2G 

Low-Flow Data and Frequency Analysis of 
Streams in New York Excluding New York City 
and Long Island, 
W80-06588 1324 2E 

The Role of Ground Water in Stream Dis- 
charges From Two Small Wetland Controlled 
Basins in Eastern Massachusetts, 
W80-06601 1324 2F 

BASELINE STUDIES 

Some Larvae of Diamesinae and Podonominae, 
Chironomidae from the Brooks Range, Alaska, 
with Provisional Key, 
W80-00218 1301 1A 

Flood Elevations for the Sooes River at Pro- 
posed Fish Hatchery, Clallam County, Washing- 
ton - A Surface-Water Site Study, 
W80-00231 1301 81 



SU-33 






BASELINE STUDIES 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Baseline Water Quality of Iowa's Coal Region, 
W80-00931 1303 6A 

Hydrologic Data for the Southwest Subsurface- 
Injection Test Site, St. Petersburg, Florida, 
W80-00943 1303 5B 

Observations of Mercury Levels in Branchios- 

toma Caribaeum, 

W80-O1067 1303 5A 

An Investigation on the Mercury Contamination 

of Persian Gulf Fish, 

W80-01070 1303 5A 

Field Study of Pollutant Migration in the Vicini- 
ty of a Coastal Front, 
W80-01141 1303 5C 

Southern California Outer Continental Shelf Ba- 
seline Studies: Intercalibration of Participating 
Hydrocarbon Laboratories, 
W80-01142 1303 5C 

Water Quality Monitoring Data for Georgia 

Streams - 1977, 

W80-01410 1304 5A 

Water Quality Investigation of Estuaries of 

Georgia- 1977, 

W80-01411 1304 5A 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in Arkansas 

Lakes, 

W80-01444 1304 5C 

Prevalence of Oiled Plumage of Terns and 
Skimmers on Western Long Island, New York: 
Baseline Data Prior to Petroleum Exploration, 
W80-01864 1305 5B 

Environmental Assessment of the Alaskan Con- 
tinental Shelf. Lower Cook Inlet Interim Syn- 
thesis Report. 
W80-02053 1306 5A 

Existing Distribution and Concentration of Po- 
tential Contaminants Associated with Petroleum 
Development, 
W80-02054 1306 5B 

A Synthesis of Environmental Information Con- 
cerning Potential OCS Oil and Gas Develop- 
ment in Lower Cook Inlet, 
W80-02059 1306 5B 

OTEC Environmental and Resource Assessment 

Program, 

W80-02072 1306 5C 

Cadmium in Mytilus Edulis from German Coast- 
al Waters, 
W80-02094 1306 5B 

Water Quality in the Proposed Prosperity Reser- 
voir Area, Center Creek Basin, Missouri, 
W80-02234 1306 4A 

Zooplankton Communities of the NW Adriatic 

Inshore Waters Near Dubrovnik, 

W80-02371 1306 5C 

Trace Metal Concentrations in Selected Biologi- 
cal, Sediment, and Water Column Samples in a 
Northern New England River, 
W80-02417 1307 5 A 

Heavy Metal Contents in Coastal Water Fishes 

of West Malaysia, 

W80-02427 1307 5 A 

Trace Metals in Fucoid Algae and Purple Sea 

Urchins Near a High Arctic Lead/Zinc Ore 

Deposit, 

W80-02969 1308 5B 

Pollution of the Marine Environment, 
W80-O3011 1309 5C 



Monitoring the Effect of Oil Pollution on Rocky 

Seashores, 

W80-03015 1309 5C 

Concentrations of Arsenic, Selenium and Ten 
Heavy Metals in School Shark, Galeorhinus 
Australis (Macleay), and Gummy Shark, Muste- 
lus Antarcticus Gunther, from South-Eastern 
Australian Waters, 
W80-03285 1309 5 A 

Composition and Abundance of Phytoplankton 
in Tributaries of the Lower Colorado River, 
Grand Canyon Region, 
W80-03890 1311 5C 

Baseline Study of the Level of Concentration of 
Mercury in the Food Fishes of Bay of Bengal, 
Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean, 
W80-03999 1312 5 A 

Eastern Gulf of Mexico Marine Habitat Study. 

Volume I. 

W80-04076 1312 5B 

Eastern Gulf of Mexico Marine Habitat Study. 
Volume II: Maps and Cross Sections. 
W80-04077 1312 5B 

The Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Outer Conti- 
nental Shelf Baseline Environmental Survey - 
MAFLA 1977/1978. Volume 1-B. Executive 
Summary Report. 
W80-04196 1312 5C 

OTEC Physical and Climatic Environmental 

Impacts: An Overview of Modeling Efforts and 

Needs, 

W80-04197 1312 5C 

Distribution and Abundance of Attached, Litto- 
ral Algae in 21 Lakes and Streams in the North- 
west Territories, 
W80-04347 1313 5C 

Abundance, Population Dynamics and Produc- 
tion of Zoobenthos in Lake Myvatn, Iceland, 
W80-04352 1313 5C 

The Lake Myvatn Ecosystem, Iceland, 
W80-04354 1313 5C 

Mercury in Water, Organisms and Sediments 

from a Section of the Turkish Mediterranean 

Coast, 

W80-04417 1313 5B 

Distribution, Abundance, Community Structure, 
and Trophic Relationships of the Benthic In- 
fauna of the Northeast Gulf of Alaska, 
W80-04421 1313 5C 

Baseline Studies of Fish and Shellfish Resources 

of Norton Sound and the Southeastern Chukchi 

Sea, 

W80-04422 1313 5C 

Trophic Relationships Among Ice Inhabiting 

Phocid Seals and Functionally Related Marine 

Mammals, 

W80-04423 1313 5C 

Oil Spill Vulnerability, Coastal Morphology, 
and Sedimentation of the Kodiak Archipelago, 
W80-04426 1313 5C 



Dynamics of Near Shore Ice, 
W80-04427 



1313 5C 



1979 Status of the OTEC Environment Pro- 
gram, 
W80-04439 1313 5C 

Water Intake, Wastewater Production and 
Treatment, and Air Pollution Control in Coal- 
Fired Steam-Electric Power Generating Sta- 
tions. 
W80-O4565 1314 5D 

Distribution, Abundance, Community Structure 
and Trophic Relationships of the Nearshore 
Benthos of Cook Inlet and Negoa, 
W80-05052 1315 5C 

Characterization of Organic Matter in Sediments 
from Gulf of Alaska, Bering and Beaufort Seas, 
W80-05065 1315 5B 

Natural Distribution and Environmental Back- 
ground of Trace Heavy Metals in Alaskan Shelf 
and Estuarine Areas, 
W 80-05066 1315 5C 

Oil Spill Vulnerability, Coastal Morphology, 
and Sedimentation of Kotzebue Sound, 
W80-05339 1316 5C 

Observations of Mesoscale Winds in Lower 

Cook Inlet, Alaska - March 1978, 

W80-05347 1316 5A 

Meteorology of the Alaskan Arctic Coast, 
W80-05351 1316 5C 

The Distribution, Abundance, Diversity and 

Productivity of the Western Beaufort Sea 

Benthos, 

W80-05531 1317 5C 



Beaufort Sea Plankton Studies, 
W80-05532 



1317 5C 



Coastal Processes and Morphology of the 

Bering Sea Coast of Alaska, 

W80-04430 1313 5C 

Oil Spill Trajectory Analysis Lower Cook Inlet, 

Alaska, 

W80-04431 1313 5C 



Distribution and Dynamics of Heavy Metals in 
Alaskan Shelf Environments Subject to Oil De- 
velopment, 
W80-05535 1317 5B 

Hydrocarbons: Natural Distribution and Dy- 
namics on the Alaskan Outer Continental Shelf, 
W80-05536 1317 5C 

Beaufort Seacoast Permafrost Studies, 
W80-05593 1317 2C 

Geologic Implications and Potential Hazards of 
Scour Depressions on Bering Shelf, Alaska, 
W80-05598 1317 2J 

Quality Assurance Program for Trace Petro- 
leum Component Analysis, 
W80-05602 1317 5 A 

Archival of Voucher Specimens of Biological 
Materials Collected Under the Outer Continen- 
tal Shelf Environmental Assessment Program 
(OCSEAP) Support, 
W80-05603 1317 10A 

A Compilation of Hydrologic Data Before and 
During Highway Construction in Parts of Ti- 
jeras Canyon, New Mexico, 1972-1978, 
W80-06347 1321 4C 

Pelagic and Demersal Fish Assessment in the 

Lower Cook Inlet Estuary System, 

W80-06429 1321 5C 

Pelagic and Demersal Fish Assessment in the 
Lower Cook Inlet Estuary System - April 1976 - 
September 1977, 
W80-06430 1321 5C 

Water Quality of Rogers Lake, Dakota County, 

Minnesota, 

W80-06524 1324 2H 



SU 34 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BAYOU BONFOUCA (LA) 



BASELINE STUDY 

Chemical and Biological Survey of the Upper 

Gila River System in New Mexico: Preliminary 

Study of Nutrients in Snow and Quemado 

Lakes, 

W80-02405 1307 5C 

BASIC DATA COLLECTIONS 

Resources and Needs: Assessment of the World 

Water Situation, 

W80-00401 1302 6A 

Records of Wells, Chemical Analyses, and 
Water Levels of Selected Edwards Wells, Bexar 
County, Texas, 
W80-01299 1304 2F 

Fish Communities of the Manitoulin Island 

Lakes, 

W80-01791 1305 81 

Methods of Comparing Annual Rainfall Records 

for Climatic Purposes, 

W80-02867 1308 2B 

Selected Hydrologic Data for Spokane Valley, 

Spokane, Washington, 1977-78, 

W80-03769 1311 2F 

Selected Water Resources Data, Clarion River 

and Red-Bank Creek Basins, Northwestern 
Pennsylvania-Part 2, 

W80-03770 1311 7C 

Descriptive and Comparative Studies of Maine 

Lakes, 

W80-04286 1313 2H 

Rainfall-Runoff Data from Small Watersheds in 
Colorado, October 1974 Through September 

1977, 

W80-04371 1313 7C 

A Compendium of Lake and Reservoir Data 
Collected by the National Eutrophication 
Survey in Eastern North-Central, and Southeast- 
ern United States. 
W80-04458 1313 5C 

Ground-Water Basic Data for Ransom and Sar- 
gent Counties, North Dakota, 
W80-04564 1314 7C 

Water-Resources Data Collected in the Devils 
Hole Area, Nye County, Nevada 1976-77, 
W80-04853 1315 4B 

Phytoplankton and Environmental Conditions in 
Central and Coastal Areas of the Bothnian Bay, 
W80-05020 1315 5C 

Archival of Voucher Specimens of Biological 
Materials Collected Under the Outer Continen- 
tal Shelf Environmental Assessment Program 
(OCSEAP) Support, 
W80-05603 1317 10A 

Hydrogeologic Data From the Northern 
Powder River Basin, Southeastern Montana, 
W80-05718 1318 7C 

Water-Quality Data for Canals in Eastern 

Broward County, Florida, 1975-78, 

W80-06061 1319 7C 

Ground- Water Data for Sheridan County, North 

Dakota, 

W80-06592 1324 4B 

BASIC NEEDS 

Basic Needs Strategy and Water Resources 

Policy, 

W8O-0O418 1302 6A 

BASIN CHARACTERISTICS 

Small-Stream Flood Investigations in Minnesota, 
October 1958 to September 1977, with Floods 
from Selected Larger Drainage Areas, 
W80-01432 1304 2E 



BASIN STUDIES 

The Canada Water Act Annual Report, 1978- 

1979. 

W80-03583 1310 6E 



BASINS 

Dual-Purpose Detention Basins, 

W80-00975 



1303 5G 



The Effect of Maintenance on Storm Water 

Detention Basin Efficiency, 

W80-01582 1304 2E 

BASS 

Reproduction Repression of Largemouth Bass in 

a Heated Reservoir, 

W80-O0810 1303 5A 

Variability of the Concentrations of Seventeen 
Trace Elements in the Muscle and Liver of a 
Single Striped Bass, Morone Saxatilis, 
W80-00846 1303 5 A 

Evaluation of Cutrine for Use in Fish Culture, 
W80-03335 1310 5A 

Uptake, Metabolism, and Elimination of the 
Lampricide 3-Trifluoromethyl-4 Nitrophenol by 
Largemouth Bass (Micropterus Salmoides), 
W80-06281 1320 5B 

BASS LAKE (WISO 

Hydrogeology and Computer Model of the Bass 
Lake Area, St. Croix County, Wisconsin, 
W80-04111 1312 2H 

BATCH WASTE WATER TREATMENT 

A Study of the Applicability of Batch Reactor 

Washwater Treatment for Areas of Intermittent 

Loading, 

W80-03383 1310 5D 

BATHYMETRY 

Computation of Bed Load Using Bathymetric 

Data, 

W80-04534 1314 2J 

BATON ROUGE AREA (LA) 

Saltwater Encroachment in the '600-Foot' and 
'1,500-Foot' Sands of the Baton Rouge Area, 
Louisiana, 1966-78, Including A Discussion of 
Saltwater in Other Sands, 
W80-01594 1304 5B 

Measuring Local Subsidence with Extenso- 

meters in the Baton Rouge Area, Louisiana, 

1975-79, 

W80-06581 1324 2F 

BATON ROUGE (LA) 

Flood Plain Information: Baton Rouge, Louisi- 
ana, No 4, Hurricane Creek, Monte Sano Bayou 
and Tributaries, 
W8O-0O541 1302 2E 

BAVARIA 

Regional Patterns of Contaminants (Pah, Pesti- 
cides and Trace Metals) in Snow of Northeast 
Bavaria and Their Relationship to Human Influ- 
ence and Orographic Effects, 
W80-02896 1308 5B 

BAY OF BENGAL 

Baseline Study of the Level of Concentration of 
Mercury in the Food Fishes of Bay of Bengal, 
Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean, 
W80-03999 1312 5A 

The Numerical Modelling of Storm Surges in 

the Bay of Bengal, 

W80-06498 1324 2L 

BAY OF BOTHNIA 

Phytoplankton in the Coastal Waters of the 

Bothnian Bay Off Kemi, 

W8O-0O518 1302 5C 



BAY OF FUNDY 

Tidal Energy and Sublittoral Macrobenthic Ani- 
mals in Estuaries, 
W80-01868 1305 2L 

A Variable-Depth Green's Function for Shelf 

Edge Tides, 

W80-03030 1309 2L 

Wave-Induced Liquefaction: A Modern Exam- 
ple from the Bay of Fundy, 
W80-04061 1312 2L 

Numerical Methods for Tidal Propagation Ap- 
plied to a Hybrid Model of the Bay of Fundy, 
W80-06915 1324 2L 

BAY OF FUNDY (CANADA) 

Toxic Dinoflagellates and Tidal Power Genera- 
tion in the Bay of Fundy, Canada, 
W80-04704 ' 1314 5 A 

BAY OF QUINTE 

Seasonal Variation of Psychrotrophic Bacteria 

in Sediment From Lake Ontario, 

W80-05030 1315 5C 

BAY OF QUINTE (ONTARIO) 

Temporal Variation in the Nutrient Export of 

Rivers Draining into the Bay of Quinte, Ontario, 

Canada, 

W80-00968 1303 5B 

BAY PARK (NY) 

Hydraulic Effects of Recharging the Magothy 
Aquifer, Bay Park, New York, with Tertiary 
Treated Sewage, 
W80-05884 1318 5D 

BAY SPRINGS LOCK AND DAM 

Filling and Emptying System for Bay Springs 
Lock, Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, Missis- 
sippi; Hydraulic Model Investigation, 
W80-00916 1303 8 A 

BAY ST LOUIS (MISS) 
A Summary of Measured Hydraulic Data for the 
Series of Steady and Unsteady Flow Experi- 
ments Over Patterned Roughness, 
W80-05722 1318 2F 

BAYER 73 

Toxicity of Fishery Chemicals to the Asiatic 

Clam, Corbicula Manilensis, 

W80-00785 1302 5A 

Excretion of the Lampricide Bayer 73 by Rain- 
bow Trout, 
W80-OO824 1303 5B 

Biotransformation of Selected Chemicals By 

Fish, 

W80-06275 1320 5B 

Gas-Liquid Chromatographic Determination of 
Bayer 73 in Fish, Aquatic Invertebrates, Mud, 
and Water, 
W80-06282 1320 5A 

BAYES THEOREM 

Bayesian Analysis of Energy Prices on Irriga- 
tion, 
W80-06505 1324 3F 

BAYESIAN DECISION ANALYSIS 

To Build or Not to Build: A Bayesian Analysis, 
W80-01696 1305 6B 

BAYESIAN DECISION THEORY 

A Decision Analysis Framework for Evaluating 
Costs of Water Application in Productive Agri- 
culture, 
W 80-065 34 1324 3F 

BAYOU BONFOUCA (LA) 

Flood Plain Information: Bayou Bonfouca- 
Bayou Vincent W-14 Main Diversion Canal 



SU-35 



BAYOU BONFOUCA (LA) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Doubloon Branch-French Branch, Slidell, Lou- 
isiana and Vicinity, 
W80-00536 1302 2E 

BAYS 

Resonant Over-Tide Across and Along Tasman 

Bay, New Zealand, 

W80-00962 1303 2L 

Sedimentation and the Distribution of Organic 
Matter in a Sub-Antarctic Marine Bay, 
W80-01015 1303 2J 

Pollution Modelling for Enclosed Water Bodies, 
W80-01628 1305 5 A 

Hypersaline Bottom Water: Peard Bay, Alaska, 
W80-01842 1305 2L 

Sea Surface Temperatures Near a Bay Inlet 

Zone, 

W80-02220 1306 2L 

A Three- Year Study of Benthos of Muddy Envi- 
ronments in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, 
W80-03028 1309 2L 

Numerical Simulation of the Coos Bay-South 

Slough Complex, 

W80-03559 1310 2L 

Preliminary Observations on the Benthic Ma- 
croinvertebrate Communities of Ross Bay, A 
Polluted Area of Lough Leane, South-West Ire- 
land, 
W80-03934 1312 5B 

Applying Phosphorus Loading Models to Em- 

bayments, 

W80-O4123 1312 5B 

Phosphatase Activity and Its Role in the Miner- 
alization of Organic Phosphorus in Coastal Sea 
Water, 
W80-04141 1312 5F 

Mineralogy and Distribution of Fine-Grained 
Sediments in Little Traverse Bay, Lake Michi- 
gan, 
W80-O4218 1313 2J 

Verification of Finite Element Hydrodynamic 

Model Cafe, 

W8O-052O2 1316 2L 



Tidal Circulation in Coastal Seas, 
W80-05204 



1316 2L 



Chemical Availability of Mercury, Lead, and 
Zinc in Mobile Bay Sediment Suspensions as 
Affected by pH and Oxidation-Reduction Con- 
ditions, 
W80-05486 1317 5 A 

Effects of Moderate Sewage Input on Benthic 

Polychaete Populations, 

W80-05783 1318 2L 

Daily, Seasonal, and Annual Fluctuations 
Among Zooplankton Populations in an Unpol- 
luted Tropical Embayment, 
W80-05788 1318 2L 

Groundwater Seepage into Great South Bay, 

New York, 

W80-05815 1318 2L 

Equilibrium Profile of Ice Shelves, 

W80-05938 1318 2C 

Properties and Circulation of San Francisco Bay 

Waters, 

W80-06334 1321 2L 

The Movement and Equilibrium of Bedforms in 

Central San Francisco Bay, 

W80-06335 1321 2L 



Processes Affecting Seasonal Distributions of 
Water Properties in the San Francisco Bay Es- 
tuarine System, 
W80-06336 1321 2L 

Sources and Sinks of Biologically Reactive 
Oxygen, Carbon, Nitrogen, and Silica in North- 
ern San Francisco Bay, 
W80-06337 1321 2L 

Distributions and Stable-Isotope Composition of 

Carbon in San Francisco Bay, 

W80-06338 1321 5C 

Fluctuations of Copper, Zinc, and Silver in Tel- 
lenid Clams as Related to Freshwater Dis- 
charge-South San Francisco Bay, 
W80-06339 1321 5C 

Phytoplankton Ecology of the San Francisco 
Bay System: The Status of our Current Under- 
standing, 
W80-06340 1321 2L 

Natural and Anthropogenic Influences on 

Benthic Community Structure in San Francisco 

Bay, 

W80-06342 1321 5C 

The Fate of Trace Metals in Narragansett Bay, 
Rhode Island: Radiotracer Experiments in Mi- 
crocosms, 
W 80-06654 1324 2L 

Man-Made Changes in the Freshwater Input 

Rates of Hudson and James Bays, 

W80-06684 1324 2H 

Finite Element-Fractional Steps Solution of the 

3-D Coastal Circulation Model, 

W80-06908 1324 2L 

Numerical Methods for Tidal Propagation Ap- 
plied to a Hybrid Model of the Bay of Fundy, 
W80-06915 1324 2L 

BEACH 

Biogenic Sedimentary Structures Produced by 
crabs in Lagoon Margin and Salt Marsh Envi- 
ronments Near Beaufort, North Carolina, 
W80-05320 1316 21 

BEACH EROSION 

Influence of Nearshore Till Lithology on Later- 
al Variations in Coastline Recession Rate Along 
Southeastern Lake Michigan, 
W80-00348 1301 2J 

Seasonal Patterns of Onshore/Offshore Sedi- 
ment Movement, 
W80-01832 1305 2L 

Low Cost, Labor Intensive Coastal Develop- 
ment Appropriate Technology, 
W80-02142 1306 6C 

A Suggestion for Anticipating Alterations in 
Wave Action on Shores Consequent Upon 
Changes in Water Depths in Harbors and Coast- 
al Waters, 
W80-05864 1318 2L 

The Statistical Prediction of Beach Changes in 

Southern California, 

W80-06378 1321 2L 

Proposed Criteria for Interpreting Stability of 

Lakeshore Bluffs, 

W80-06761 1324 2H 

Mechanics of Coastal Landslides and the Influ- 
ence of Slope Parameters, 
W80-06762 1324 2H 

BEACH PROFILES 

Wave Runup on Variable Beach Profiles, 
W80-05826 1318 2L 



BEACHES 

Distribution of Tar and Relationship to Change* 
in Intertidal Organisms on Sandy Beaches in 
Southern California, 
W80-00173 1301 5B 

Energetics of Breaking Waves Within the Surf 

Zone, 

W80-00737 1302 2L 

Undular Hydraulic Jumps and the Formation of 

Backlash Ripples on Beaches, 

W80-01035 1303 2L 

Proceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Zone 

Research in Massachusetts (November 27-28, 

1978), 

W80-01136 1303 2J 

Assessment of the Economic and Social Implica- 
tion of Water Quality Improvements on Public 
Swimming, 
W80-01314 1304 6B 

Impact of Sewage on Benthic Marine Flora of 
the Seattle Area: Preliminary Results, 
W80-01321 1304 5 A 

Production and Energy Flow in the Macro- 
benthos of Two Sandy Beaches in South West 
India, 
W80-01463 1304 5C 

Seasonal Patterns of Onshore/Offshore Sedi- 
ment Movement, 
W80-01832 1305 2L 

Edge Waves on Complex Beach Profiles, 
W80-01834 1305 2L 

Comprehensive Framework Study-California 
Region: Appendix XVI-Shoreline Protection 
and Development. 
W80-02035 1306 6B 

Mixing of Buoyant Surface Jet over Sloping 

Bottom, 

W80-02338 1306 5B 

Effects of Stem Density Upon Sediment Reten- 
tion by Salt Marsh Cordgrass, Spartina Alterni- 
flora Loisel, 
W80-03026 1309 4D 

Community Structure and Seasonal Variation in 
Intertidal Panamanian Sandy Beaches, 
W80-03376 1310 2L 

Surf Zone Dynamics During Upwelling on the 

Oregon Coast, 

W80-03632 1311 2L 

The Ecology of Sandy Beaches in Penang, Ma- 
laysia, with Special Reference to Excirolana 
Orientalis (Dana), 
W80-03633 1311 2L 

Local and Shoaled Comparisons of Sea Surface 
Elevations, Pressures, and Velocities, 
W80-05150 1316 2L 

Wave Runup on Variable Beach Profiles, 
W80-05826 1318 2L 

Evaluating the Impact of Coastal Zone Activi- 
ties: An Illustration of the Evaluation Research 
Approach, 
W80-05896 1318 6E 

Beach Access: An Historical Overview, 
W80-05912 1318 6E 

Beach Use and Water Quality in New York 

City, 

W80-05925 1318 5G 

The Statistical Prediction of Beach Changes in 

Southern California, 

W80-06378 1321 2L 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



BENCH MARKS 



Asymmetric Variation of Ghyben-Herzberg 

Lens, 

W80-06384 1321 2L 

Tidal Fluctuations in Biological Oxygen 
Demand in Exposed Sandy Beaches, 
W80-06656 1324 2L 

Volumes of Sea Water Filtered Through East- 
ern Cape Sandy Beaches, 
W80-06722 1324 2G 

BEAR RIVER BASIN (WYO) 

Water Resources Data for Wyoming, Water 
Year 1978-- Volume 2. Green River Basin, Bear 
River Basin, and Snake River Basin. 

W80-05439 1317 7C 

BEAUFORT SEA 

Spilled Oil Retention Potential - Beaufort Sea 

Coast of Alaska, 

W80-05511 1317 5C 

Arctic Food Dependency Matrix: An OCS 

Management Tool, 

W80-05605 1317 5C 

BEAVER-PASQUISET GROUND- WATER 
RESERVOIR 

Geohydrologic Data for the Beaver-Pasquiset 

Ground-Water Reservoir, Rhode Island, 

W 80-04098 1312 7C 

BEAVERS 

Study of Dynamics of Populations of Aquatic 
Insects: The Problem of Variability in Life His- 
tory Exemplified by Tipula Sacra Alexander 
(Diptera: Tipulidae), 
W80-02563 1307 5C 

BED FORMS 

Sand Bed Friction Factors for Oscillatory 

Flows, 

W80-00734 1302 2L 

Computation of Bed Load Using Bathymetric 

Data, 

W80-04534 1314 2J 

Comparison of Bed Form Variance Spectra 
Within a Meander Bend During Flood and 
Average Discharge, 
W80-06245 1320 2J 

BED LOAD 

Hydraulic Geometry of Active Gravel Rivers, 
W80-01878 1305 2E 



Mississippi River Shoaling: A Diagnostic Study, 
W80-02186 1306 2E 



Inception of Sediment Transport, 
W80-02340 



1306 2 J 



A Reexamination of Bagnold's Granular-Fluid 
Model and Bed Load Transport Equation, 
W80-03625 1311 2J 

Computation of Bed Load Using Bathymetric 
Data, 

W80-04534 1314 2J 

Sediment Loads of North Island Rivers, New 

Zealand-A Reconnaissance, 

W80-04644 1314 2J 

Bed Load: Definition and Measurement, 
W80-05231 1316 7B 

Determination of Sediment Filtration Efficiency 
of Grass Media (Volume I) Sediment Filtration 
Efficiency of Continuous Grass Media, 
W80-05408 1317 4D 

Sediment Transport in the Tanana River in the 
Vicinity of Fairbanks, Alaska, 1977-78, 
W80-05872 1318 2J 



Low Sediment Transport Rates Over Flat Beds, 
W80-06383 1321 2J 

BED LOAD SAMPLERS 

Bed Load: Definition and Measurement, 
W80-05231 1316 7B 

BEDFORD-OUSE RIVER (ENGLAND) 

A Systems Model of Stream Flow and Water 
Quality in the Bedford-Ouse River-- 1. Stream 
Flow Modelling, 
W80-03456 1310 2E 

BEDFORMS 

Bedform Spacing and flow Resistane, 
W80-06096 1319 2 J 

The Movement and Equilibrium of Bedforms in 

Central San Francisco Bay, 

W80-06335 1321 2L 

BEDROCK 

Delineation of Buried River Valley Aquifers in 

Dissected Till Plains, 

W80-03302 1310 7C 

A Sequence of Glacial Deformation, Erosion, 
and Deposition at the Ice-Rock Interface During 
the Last Glaciation: Cranbrook, British Colum- 
bia, Canada, 
W80-04333 1313 2C 

Geometry of Former Subglacial Water Channels 

and Cavities, 

W80-04337 1313 2C 

Down Easters Head for the Bedrock. 
W80-04434 1313 8 A 

Preliminary Assessment of Different Methods 
for Bedrock Water Well Location and Evalua- 
tion, 
W80-05792 1318 7B 

BEDS 

Sand Bed Friction Factors for Oscillatory 

Flows, 

W80-00734 1302 2L 

Damping of Gravity Waves over Porous Bed, 
W80-03716 1311 8B 

Some Basic Concepts of Wave Sediment Trans- 
port, 
W80-04304 1313 2J 

Symposium on Glacier Beds: The Ice-Rock In- 
terface. 
W80-04313 1313 2C 

Processes of Glacier Erosion on Different Sub- 
strata, 
W80-04314 1313 2C 

A Theoretical Model of Glacial Abrasion, 
W80-04315 1313 2C 

The Spectral Power Density and Shadowing 
Function of a Glacial Microrelief at the Deci- 
metre Scale, 
W80-04317 1313 2C 

Discontinuous Flow, Ice Texture, and Dirt Con- 
tent in the Basal Layers of the Devon Island Ice 
Cap, 
W80-04327 1313 2C 

Coastal States Have Control of Coastal Re- 
sources, 
W80-04757 1314 6E 

Stability of Temperate Ice Caps and Ice Sheets 
Resting on Beds of Deformable Sediment, 
W80-05740 1318 2C 

The Movement and Equilibrium of Bedforms in 

Central San Francisco Bay, 

W80-06335 1321 2L 



Low Sediment Transport Rates Over Flat Beds, 
W80-06383 1321 2J 

BEDS UNDER THE SEA 

United States Policy with Respect to High Seas 
Fisheries and Deep Seabed Minerals - A Study 
in Contracts, 
W80-04976 1315 6E 

BEDS UNDER WATER 

The Promise of Deep Sea Mining, 

W80-01580 1304 6E 

Musing on the Bottom: Economic and Legal 
Implications of the United States' Proposed 
Draft United Nations Convention on the Inter- 
national Seabed, 
W80-04782 1314 6E 

Prospects for Deep Seabed Mining, 

W80-04961 1315 6E 

United States Policy with Respect to High Seas 
Fisheries and Deep Seabed Minerals - A Study 
in Contracts, 
W80-04976 1315 6E 

A General International Law Doctrine for 

Seabed Regimes, 

W80-04992 1315 6E 

The International Regime for the Deep Seabed: 
Past Conflicts and Proposals for Progress, 
W80-05074 1315 6E 

Political Cobwebs Beneath the Sea, 

W80-05085 1315 6E 

Judicial Deference in the Submerged Lands 

Cases, 

W80-05393 1316 6E 

Deep Seabed Mineral Resources Act, 
W80-05695 1317 6E 

Customary International Law and Deep Seabed 

Mining, 

W80-05906 1318 6E 

Law of the Sea - The Integration of the System 
of Settlement of Disputes under the Draft Con- 
vention as a Whole, 
W80-05921 1318 6E 

BEHAVIOR 

An Analysis of Values for Development of Rec- 
reational Policy, 
W80-00500 1302 6A 

Systems Ecology, People Ecology, and the An- 
thropology of Fishing Communities, 
W80-03860 1311 6B 

An Avoidance Response Bioassay for Aquatic 

Pollutants, 

W80-04806 1315 5C 

Behaviour of 12 Insecticides in Soil and Aque- 
ous Suspensions of Soil and Sediment, 
W80-06773 1324 5B 

BELGIUM 

Conversion of Abandoned Collieries in Southern 
Belgium into Low-Pressure Gas Storage Units, 
with Description of Special Plugging of the Var- 
ious Shafts, 
W80-01536 1304 2G 

BELUKHA WHALES 

Belukha Whales in Lower Cook Inlet, 
W80-04947 1315 5C 

BENCH MARKS 

Precision Drilling for Dam Safety. 

W80-05055 1315 8A 



SU-37 



BENDS (HYDRAULIC) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BENDS (HYDRAULIC) 

Shear-Stress Distribution in Stable Channel 

Bends, 

W80-01880 1305 2E 

BENEFICIAL USE 

Chemical Composition of Aquatic Macrophytes, 
I. Investigation of Organic Constituents and Nu- 
tritional Potential, 
W80-01352 1304 5C 

The Water Hyacinth: From Prolific Pest to Po- 
tential Provider, 
W80-01457 1304 4A 

Algae Grown on Wastewater as a Source of 
Protein for Young Chickens and Rats, 
W80-03817 1311 3C 

Nutritional Composition of Water Hyacinths 

Grown on Domestic Sewage, 

W80-04660 1314 4A 

BENEFIT-COST RATIO 

Leak Detection: Modern Methods, Cost, and 

Benefits, 

W80-02136 1306 6B 

BENEFIT TAXATION 

The Role of Benefit Taxation and Cost Sharing 
In Nonpoint Pollution Management, 
W80-05471 1317 6C 

BENEFITS 

Economic Parameters, 

W80-00563 1302 6B 

Economic Impact of Irrigated Agriculture in 

West Minnesota, 

W80-00990 1303 6B 

Cost Benefit Analysis and the Determination of 

Best Environmental Options, 

W80-01302 1304 6B 

Tennessee Valley Authority's Use of Recre- 
ational Benefits in Resource Allocation for Mul- 
tiple-Purpose Water Resource Projects, 
W80-01469 1304 6B 

Procedures in Estimating Benefits of Water 

Quality Change, 

W80-01960 1305 6B 

Equity in Coastal Access: Income and Spatial 
Effects of The Benefits of a New Boat Harbor in 
Metropolitan Los Angeles, 
W80-01969 1305 6B 

Benefit-Cost Analysis for Appraisal of Recrea- 
tion Alternatives, 
W80-02000 



Benefits of Pollution Control, 
W80-02130 



1305 6B 



1306 6B 



Benefits of Water Pollution Control, 
W80-02131 1306 6B 

Reclamation Policy and the Water Subsidy, an 
Analysis of the Distributional Consequences of 
Emerging Policy Choices, 
W80-02455 1307 6B 

Hedonic Prices, Property Values and Measuring 
Environmental Benefits: A Survey of the Issues, 
W80-03847 1311 6B 

On the Cost-Benefit Analysis of Port Projects, 
W80-O4160 1312 6B 

River Amenity Evaluation: A Review and Com- 
mentary, 
W80-O4758 1314 6B 



BENTHIC ANIMALS 

Benthic Macroinvertebrate and Fish as Biologi- 
cal Indicators of Water Quality, with Reference 
to Community Diversity Index, 
W80-01632 1305 5C 

BENTHIC CONTRIBUTION 

Benthic and Atmospheric Contributions to the 
Nutrient Budgets of A Soft- Water Lake, 
W80-05833 1318 2H 

BENTHIC FAUNA 

Some Larvae of Diamesinae and Podonominae, 
Chironomidae from the Brooks Range, Alaska, 
with Provisional Key, 
W80-00218 1301 1A 

Foraminifera in Brackish-Water Ponds Designed 
for Waste Control and Aquaculture Studies in 
North Carolina, 
W80-00523 1302 5C 

The Effects of Pollution-Induced Oxygen Defi- 
ciency on the Benthos in Elefsis Bay, Greece, 
W80-00690 1302 5C 

Distribution of Benthos in Relation to the Sul- 
fide-Content in the Bottom Sediments of Mixo- 
Polyhaline Lake Notoro, Hokkaido, 
W80-00835 1303 5A 

Fine Particulate Organic Carbon Output from 

Fens and its Effect on Benthic Macroinverte- 

brates, 

W80-01045 1303 5A 

Observations of Mercury Levels in Branchios- 

toma Caribaeum, 

W80-01067 1303 5A 

Effects of Wood Waste on Sand-Bed Benthos, 
W80-01099 1303 5C 

Exploring Data Structure of New York Bight 
Benthic Data Using Post-Collection Stratifica- 
tion of Samples, and Linear Discriminant Analy- 
sis for Species Composition Comparisons, 
W80-01287 1304 2L 

The Fauna of the Muddy Sediments of Lough 

Neagh, with Particular Reference to Eutrophi- 

cation, 

W80-01356 1304 5C 

Production and Energy Flow in the Macro- 
benthos of Two Sandy Beaches in South West 
India, 
W80-01463 1304 5C 

Factors That Determine the Benthic Secondary 
Production in Two Lake Outflows-A Cyberna- 
tic Model, 
W80-01708 1305 5C 

Benthos Typology of Spanish Reservoirs, 
W80-01723 1305 5C 

Effects of Pro-Noxfish on the Benthos and Zoo- 
plankton of Bug Lake, Forest County, Wiscon- 
sin, 
W 80-0 1750 1305 5C 

The Influence of Ammonia Water on Bacteria, 

Plankton and Bottom Fauna of Ponds, (In 

Polish), 

W80-02099 1306 5A 

The Effect of Plants and Animals on the Chem- 
istry of Estuarine Sediments, 
W80-02122 1306 5 A 

The Benthos of Rijeka Bay - Subject to Stress of 

Pollution, 

W80-02379 1306 5C 

A Direct Method for Studying the Effects of 

Pollutants on the Sea Bed, 

W80-02398 1306 5B 



Comparative Effects of Sediment and Water 

Contamination on Benthic Invertebrates in Four 

Lakes, 

W80-02428 1307 5C 

Biological Evaluation of Non-Point Source Pol- 
lutants in North Carolina Streams and Rivers, 
W80-02871 1308 5C 

Sediments, Water and Food Chains as Sources 
of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons for Benthic Or- 
ganisms in the Mediterranean Sea, 
W80-02937 1308 5B 

Toxic Effects and Accumulation of Cadmium in 
Some Benthic Organisms of the Baltic, 
W80-03297 1309 5 A 

Effects of Destratification on Sediment Chemis- 
try and Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Ham's 
Lake, 
W80-03308 1310 2H 

Benthic Invertebrates of the Lower Mississippi 

River, 

W80-03333 1310 5A 

Community Structure and Seasonal Variation in 
Intertidal Panamanian Sandy Beaches, 
W80-03376 1310 2L 

Responses of Freshwater Benthos to Open-Lake 
Dredged Spoils Disposal in Lake Erie, 
W80-03391 1310 5C 

Particle Reworking in Sediments from the New 

York Bight Apex: Evidence from 234Th/238U 

Disequilibrium, 

W80-03629 1311 2J 

The Effects of Oyster Shell Dredging on an 

Estuarine Benthic Community, 

W80-03734 1311 2L 

Sediment Mixing by Lampsilis Radiata Siliquoi- 
dea (Mollusca) from Western Lake Erie, 
W80-04053 1312 2J 

Abundance, Population Dynamics and Produc- 
tion of Zoobenthos in Lake Myvatn, Iceland, 
W80-04352 1313 5C 

Benthic Infaunal Variability on a Transect in the 

Gulf of Mexico, 

W80-04627 1314 2L 

The Role of Macrobenthic Organisms in Mer- 
cury, Cadmium, Copper and Zinc Transfers in 
Georgia Salt Marsh Ecosystems, 
W80-05631 1317 5B 

Effects of Moderate Sewage Input on Benthic 

Polychaete Populations, 

W80-05783 1318 2L 

Effects of the 'Amoco Cadiz' Oil Spill on the 
Seagrass Community at Roscoff with Special 
Reference to the Benthic Infauna, 
W80-05983 1318 5C 

The Distribution of the Polychaete Capitella 
Capitata (Fabricius) in Dock Sediments, 
W80-06655 1324 5C 

BENTHIC FLORA 

Algal Assays for Areas Receiving or Pro- 
grammed to Receive Sewage Effluent, 
W80-00193 1301 5A 

Effect of Herbivorous Insects on the Production 
of Benthic Algal Vegetation in Outdoor Chan- 
nels, 
W8O-01739 1305 5C 

Hydrocarbons in Benthic Algae from the East- 
ern Gulf of Mexico, 
W80-01844 1305 5 A 



SU 38 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BHATHWA POKHAR 



The Effect of Plants and Animals on the Chem- 
istry of Estuarine Sediments, 
W80-02122 1306 5 A 

The Benthos of Rijeka Bay - Subject to Stress of 

Pollution, 

W80-02379 1306 5C 

Biological Evaluation of Non-Point Source Pol- 
lutants in North Carolina Streams and Rivers, 
W80-02871 1308 5C 

Chemical Fluctuations Due to Seasonal and 
Cropping Effects on an Algal-Seagrass Commu- 
nity, 
W80-03785 1311 21 

Epipelic and Epilithic Diatom Assemblages in 
Montezuma Well National Monument, Arizona, 
W80-04133 1312 5C 

The Response of Benthic Plants to Past Levels 
of Human Use in High Mountain Lakes in Kings 
Canyon National Park, California, U.S.A., 
W80-05036 1315 5C 

Effects of the 'Amoco Cadiz' Oil Spill on the 
Seagrass Community at Roscoff with Special 
Reference to the Benthic Infauna, 
W80-05983 1318 5C 

BENTHIOCARB 

A Marine Algal Bioassay Method: Results with 

Pesticides and Industrial Wastes, 

W80-04740 1314 5A 

BENTHOS 

Response of a Subtidal Sedimfnt Community to 
Low Levels of Oil Hydrocarbons in a Norwe- 
gian Fjord, 
W80-00179 1301 5C 

The Infaunal Benthos of Petroleum-Contaminat- 
ed Sediments: Study of a Community at a Natu- 
ral Oil Seep, 
W80-01158 1303 5C 

Potential Long-Term Effects of Prudhoe Bay 
Crude Oil in Arctic Sediments on Indigenous 
Benthic Invertebrate Communities, 
W80-01160 1303 5C 

A Device to Hold and Identify Rock-Filled Bas- 
kets for Benthic Sampling in Large Rivers, 
W80-01270 1304 7B 

Intertidal Disposal of Dredged Ma terial in 

Washington Estuaries, 

W80-01319 1304 5C 

Macrobenthic Diversity and Organic Pollution 
in the Archipelago of Aland (N Baltic), 
W80-01748 1305 5A 

Tidal Energy and Sublittoral Macrobenthic Ani- 
mals in Estuaries, 
W80-01868 1305 2L 

Distribution and Evolution of Benthic Popula- 
tions of the Gulf of Izmir (Interior Part) Subject- 
ed to Multiple Types of Pollution (In French), 
W80-02943 1308 5C 

A Three-Year Study of Benthos of Muddy Envi- 
ronments in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, 
W80-03028 1309 2L 

Benthic Invertebrates, Periphyton, and Bottom 
Material and Their Trace-Metal Concentrations 
in Salmon Creek Basin, Clark County, Washing- 
ton, 
W80-03162 1309 5B 

The Impacts of Wastes from a Phosphate Plant 
on the Marine Environment (Gulf of Gabes, 
Tunis) (In French), 
W80-03232 1309 SB 



Study of the Dynamics of the Benthic Popula- 
tions of the Bay of Algiers, Preliminary Results 
(In French), 
W80-03235 1309 5C 

Preliminary Observations on the Benthic Ma- 
croinvertebrate Communities of Ross Bay, A 
Polluted Area of Lough Leane, South-West Ire- 
land, 
W80-03934 1312 5B 

Numerical Abundance and Biomass of Bacteria, 
Algae and Macrobenthos of a Large Northern 
River, the Athabasca, 
W80-04127 1312 5C 

The Relation Between Pore Water Chemistry 
and Benthic Fluxes of Nutrients and Manganese 
in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, 
W80-04251 1313 2L 

Distribution, Abundance, Community Structure, 
and Trophic Relationships of the Benthic In- 
fauna of the Northeast Gulf of Alaska, 
W80-04421 1313 5C 

Distribution, Abundance, Community Structure 
and Trophic Relationships of the Nearshore 
Benthos of Cook Inlet and Negoa, 
W80-05052 1315 5C 

Key Organisms in Benthic Food Webs and 

Their Relationship to Important Habitats in 
Lower Cook Inlet, 

W80-05053 1315 5C 

Distribution, Abundance, Community Structure 
and Trophic Relationships of the Nearshore 
Benthos of the Kodiak Shelf, 
W80-05054 1315 5C 

Environmental Assessment of Selected Habitats 
in the Beaufort and Chukchi Littoral System, 
W80-05056 1315 5C 

Benthic Diversity and Substrate-Fauna Associ- 
ations in Lake Superior, 
W80-05267 1316 2H 

The Distribution, Abundance, Diversity and 

Productivity of the Western Beaufort Sea 

Benthos, 

W80-05531 1317 5C 

Hydrocarbons: Natural Distribution and Dy- 
namics on the Alaskan Outer Continental Shelf, 
W80-05536 1317 5C 

Deep Ocean Mining Pollution Mitigation, 
W80-05582 1317 5G 

Natural and Anthropogenic Influences on 

Benthic Community Structure in San Francisco 

Bay, 

W80-06342 1321 5C 

Alkanes in Benthic Organisms From the Bucca- 
neer Oil Field, 
W80-06553 1324 5C 

Benthic Boundary-Layer Velocity Profiles: De- 
pendence on Averaging Period, 
W80-06621 1324 2L 

Acid Mine Pollution: Effects on Survival, Re- 
production and Aging of Stream Bottom Mi- 
croinvertebrates, 
W80-06693 1324 5C 

BENZENE 

Sensitivity of Alaskan Freshwater and Anadro- 

mous Fishes to Prudhoe Bay Crude Oil and 

Benzene, 

W80-00660 1302 5 A 



BENZO (A)PYRENE 

Benzo(A)Pyrene Concentrations in Mussels 
(Mytilus Edulis) from Yaquina Bay, Oregon 
During June 1976-May 1978, 
W80-01092 1303 5A 

Temperature Influence on Basal Activity and 
Induction of Mixed Function Oxygenase Activi- 
ty in Fundulus Heteroclitus, 
W80-02958 1308 5 A 

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Carcinogens 

in Commercial Seafoods, 

W80-03252 1309 5A 

BENZOCAINE 

Sedation of Warm-Water Fish Species in Aqua- 
culture Research, 
W80-01327 1304 5A 

BENZOCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE 

Comparison of Anesthetic Potency of Benzo- 
caine Hydrochloride and MS-222 in Two Fresh- 
water Fish Species, 
W80-00784 1302 5 A 

BENZOTHIOPHENES 

Identification of Organic Sulfur Compounds 
Transferred to Fish from Petroleum Suspension 
by Mass Chromatography, 
W80-03671 1311 5B 

BERGUMERMEER 

Population Dynamics and Biomass Production 

of Neomysis Integer (Leach) in the Bergumer- 

meer, 

W80-02553 1307 5C 



BERING STRAIT 

Ice Breakout in the Bering Strait, 
W80-05360 



1316 5A 



BERKSHIRE LAKES 

The Relationship Between Water Depth and 
Sedimentary Pigment Concentration in Two 
Holomictic Berkshire Lakes, 
W8O-0O871 1303 5G 

BERMUDA 

Hydrology of Small Oceanic Islands-Utility of 
an Estimate of Recharge Inferred from the Chlo- 
ride Concentration of the Freshwater Lenses, 
W80-03729 1311 2F 

BERNALILLO COUNTY (NM) 
A Compilation of Hydrologic Data Before and 
During Highway Construction in Parts of Ti- 
jeras Canyon, New Mexico, 1972-1978, 
W80-06347 1321 4C 

BEROSUS 

Influence of Summer Drought on the Population 
of Aquatic Insects in a Temporary Salt-Marsh in 
the Crau District (Mouth of the River Rhone) 
(In French), 
W80-04907 1315 5C 

BERYLLIUM 

Correlation and Prediction of Metal Toxicity to 

Aquatic Biota, 

W80-04711 1314 5A 

BEXAR COUNTY (TX) 

Records of Wells, Chemical Analyses, and 
Water Levels of Selected Edwards Wells, Bexar 
County, Texas, 
W80-01299 1304 2F 

BHAGIRATHI RIVER (INDIA) 

Forecasting Storm Rainfall Over Bhagirathi 

Catchment Due to Depressions/Cyclonic 

Storms, 

W80-03635 1311 2B 

BHATHWA POKHAR 

The Influence of Thick Floating Vegetation 
(Water Hyacinth: Eichhornia Crassipes) on the 



SU-39 



BHATHWA POKHAR 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Physico-Chemical Environment of a Fresh 

Water Wetland, 

W80-04342 1313 5C 

BHC 

Levels of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in Marine 
Animals from the Central Mediterranean, 
W80-02939 1308 5B 

PCBs and Chlorinated Pesticides in Organisms 

from the Ligurian Sea, 

W80-02955 1308 5B 

Trace Metals and Organochlorine Residue Con- 
tent of Mullidae Family Fishes and Sediments in 
the Vicinity of Erdemli (Icel), Turkey, 
W80-03231 1309 5A 



Pesticide Residues in Lake Balaton, 

W 80-04402 



1313 5B 



BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

Water Resources, Planning and Management: A 

Select Bibliography, 

W80-00438 1302 6A 

Sediment and Water Quality: A Review of the 
Literature Including A Suggested Approach for 
Water Quality Criteria with Summary of Work- 
shop and Conclusions and Recommendations, 
W80-01349 1304 5C 

Bibliography of Environmental Studies on Lake 

Champlain, 

W80-01581 1304 2H 

Bibliography of Geology and Hydrology, East- 
ern New Mexico, 
W80-01591 1304 10C 

Publications Related to the National Water Data 

Exchange (NAWDEX)- 197 1-79, 

W80-02593 1307 10D 

Bibliography of Water Quality Branch Publica- 
tions 1978. 
W80-02834 1308 2A 

World Data Center A for Glaciology (Snow and 

Ice), New Accessions List No. 4. 

W80-03208 1309 2C 

A Selected Bibliography of the Life Require- 
ments of Colonial Nesting Waterbirds and Their 
Relationship to Dredged Material Islands, 
W80-03393 1310 5C 

Summary of U.S. Geological Survey Investiga- 
tions and Hydrologic Conditions in the South- 
west Florida Water Management District for 
1978, 
W80-03771 1311 7C 

Arctic Stream Processes-An Annotated Bibliog- 
raphy, 
W80-05712 1318 10C 

The Hydrologic Engineering Center Publica- 
tions. 
W8O-05763 1318 10C 

Sources of Computer Programs in Hydraulics, 
W80-05948 1318 2A 

Drought in the Great Plains: A Bibliography. 
W80-0623I 1320 10C 

BIELEFELD (POLAND) 

Supplying Water Table Intake through Agricul- 
tural use of Urban Sewage, 
W80-00987 1303 5E 

BIESBOSCH RESERVOIRS (NETHERLANDS) 

Light and Zooplankton as Algae Regulating 
Factors in Eutrophic Biesbosch Reservoirs, 
W80-01720 1305 5C 



BIG EAU PLEINE RESERVOIR (WI) 

Primary Productivity and Phytoplankton Bio- 
mass in the Big Eau Pleine Reservoir, Wiscon- 
sin, 
W80-01716 1305 5C 

BIG HURRICANE BRANCH (NO 

Seston Dynamics in Southern Appalachian 

Streams: Effects of Clear-Cutting, 

W80-05770 1318 4C 

BIG ISLAND WILDLIFE AREA (OHIO) 

Hydraulic Properties of a Limestone-Dolomite 
Aquifer Near Marion, North-Central Ohio, 
W80-05306 1316 2F 

BIG MUDDY RIVER BASIN 

Southern Illinois Mine Waste Control Plan: A 

Summary, 

W80-05723 1318 4D 

BIG QUALICUM RIVER (CANADA) 

Application of Stream Ecology to Raising 

Salmon Smolts in High Density, 

W80-01768 1305 5G 

BIG SANDY RIVER BASIN 

Drainage Areas of the Twelvepole Creek Basin, 
West Virginia, Big Sandy River Basin, West 
Virginia, Tug Fork Basin, Virginia, Kentucky, 
West Virginia, 
W80-00765 1302 7C 

BIGHORN BASIN (WYO) 

Hydrogeologic Features of the Alluvial Depos- 
its in the Nowood River Drainage Area, Big- 
horn Basin, Wyoming, 
W80-04382 1313 2F 

BILLS 

Heat Resistance of Cells of Upper Sublittoral 
Bivalve Mollusks of Sandy Infauna in Peter the 
Great Bay (Sea of Japan), 
W80-03983 1312 5C 

BILOXI (MS) 

An Assessment of Some Economic Effects of 
Fia Land Use Requirements on Urban Coastal 
Zone Development, 
W80-01381 1304 6F 

BIMINI HARBOR 

Relationship Between Productivity and N2 

(C2H2) Fixation in a Thalassia Testudinum 

Community, 

W80-03124 1309 5C 

BINOMIAL EVENTS 

To Build or Not to Build: A Bayesian Analysis, 
W80-01696 1305 6B 

BIOACCUMULATION 

Toxicity of 4-Chloro-O-Cresol to Fish. Light 

Microscopy and Chemical Analysis of the 

Tissue, 

W80-00391 1301 5 A 

The Uptake of 226Ra by Planktonic Algae 
Under Conditions of Continuous Cultivation, 
W8O-0O394 1301 5 A 

Accumulation of Cadmium by Dunaliella Tertio- 

lecta Butcher, 

W80-00398 1301 5A 

A History of Mercury Levels in Swedish Fauna, 
W80-00649 1302 5 A 

Total and Melhylmercury Levels in Three Spe- 
cies of Whelks, 
W80-00656 1302 5 A 

Trace Metals in Seaducks of the Fraser River 
Delta Intertidal Area, British Columbia, 
W80-00657 1302 5A 



Uptake, Binding and Clearance of Divalent Cad- 
mium in Glycera Dibranchiata (Annelida: Poly- 
chaeta), 
W80-00664 1302 5 A 

Body Burden of Chromium, Copper, Cadmium 
and Lead in the Neustonic Copepod Anomalo- 
cera Patersoni (Pontellidae) Collected from the 
Mediterranean Sea, 
W80-00665 1302 5A 



Zinc Uptake in Marine Diatoms, 
W80-00669 



1302 5A 



Study of Metal Contents of Elasmobranch 
Fishes: Part I-Metal Concentration in the Muscle 
Tissues of a Dogfish, Squalus Mitsukurii, 
W80-00685 1302 5A 

Analysis of Toxicity Data for California Marine 

Water Quality Standards, 

W80-00689 1302 5C 

Uptake of Cadmium by the Eelgrass Zostera 

Marina, 

W80-00789 1302 5 A 

The Rock Oyster Saccostrea Glomerata as an 
Indicator of Trace Metals in Hong Kong, 
W80-00793 1302 5 A 

Chronic Toxicity of Vanadium to Flagfish, 
W80-00795 1302 5 A 

Toxic Effects of Aqueous Extracts of Ekofisk 
Crude Oil, Crude Oil Fractions, and Commer- 
cial Oil Products on the Development of Sea 
Urchin Eggs, 
W80-00798 1302 5A 

A Recurrence Model for the Prediction of DDT 

Flux in Atlantic Menhaden, 

W80-00806 1303 5B 

Taint Threshold of Diphenyl Oxide in Rainbow 

Trout, 

W80-00828 1303 5A 

Uptake, Depuration, and Toxicity of 

Hexamethylphosphoramide in Aquatic Organ- 
isms, 

W80-00833 1303 5A 

Concentration of Elements in Marine Organisms 
Cultured in Seawater Flowing Through Coal- 
Fly Ash, 
W80-00834 1303 5A 

Environmental Bromine in Freshwater and 

Freshwater Organisms: Factors Affecting Bioac- 

cumulation, 

W80-00840 1303 5A 

Studies on the Depuration of Cadmium and 

Copper by the American Oyster Crassostrea 

Virginica, 

W80-00843 1303 5B 

Pollutant Levels in the Great Skua Catharacta 

Skua, 

W80-00845 1303 5B 

Organochlorine Residues in Eggs of the Endan- 
gered American Crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus), 
W80-00848 1303 5 A 

Fate of 14C-CIS-Chlordane in Goldfish, Caras- 

sius Auratus (L.), 

W80-00850 1303 5A 

Effects of In Vivo Cadmium Exposure on AT- 

Passes in Gill of the Lobster, Homarus Ameri- 

canus, 

W80-00851 1303 5A 

Hexachlorobenzene (HCB) Levels in Lake On- 
tario Salmonids, 
W80-00852 1303 5A 



SU 40 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BIOACCUMULATION 



Alkanes in Barnacles (Balanus Tintinnabulum) 

from the Buccaneer Oilfield, 

W80-OO853 1303 5A 

Toxicity and Tissue Uptake of Methylmercury 
Administered Intraperitoneally to Rainbow 
Trout (Salmo Gairdneri Richardson), 
W80-O0859 1303 5 A 

DDT and Its Metabolites in Antarctic Birds, 
W8O-O0867 1303 5A 

Zinc Concentrations in Juvenile Flatfish, 
W80-01048 1303 5A 

Uptake and Accumulation of Cadmium by Oph- 

ryotrocha Diadema (Polychaeta), 

W80-01062 1303 5A 

Persistence of Polychlorinated Biphenyls and 

1 , 1 -Dichloro-2,2-Bis(P-Chlorophenyl) Ethylene 

(P,P'-DDE) with Age in Lake Trout after 8 

Years, 

W80-01064 1303 5A 

Temperature and Salinity Effects on the Acute 

Toxicity of Cadmium to Laomedea Loveni (Hy- 

drozoa), 

W80-01065 1303 5A 

Accumulation of Mercury and Selenium in Cul- 
tured Yellowtail, 
W80-01068 1303 5 A 

An Investigation on the Mercury Contamination 

of Persian Gulf Fish, 

W80-O1O70 1303 5A 

Mirex Residues in Eggs and Livers of Two 
Long-Lived Reptiles (Chrysemys Scripta and 
Terrapene Carolina) in Mississippi, 1970-1977, 
W80-01074 1303 5A 

The Relationship between the Copper Complex- 
ing Capacity of Sea Water nd Copper Toxicity 
in Shrimp Zoeae, 
W80-01078 1303 5A 

Identification of Trans-Nonachlor in Goby-Fish 

from Tokyo Bay, 

W80-01087 1303 5A 

Biological Availability of Sediment-Bound Cad- 
mium to the Edible Cockle, Cerastoderma 
Edule, 
W80-01088 1303 5 A 

Benzo(A)Pyrene Concentrations in Mussels 
(Mytilus Edulis) from Yaquina Bay, Oregon 
During June 1976-May 1978, 
W80-01092 1303 5 A 

PCB Residues in Bivalves and Sediments of 

Raritan Bay, 

W80-01093 1303 5A 

Monitoring Trace Elements in the Mussel, Myti- 
lus Edulis Using X-Ray Energy Spectroscopy, 
W80-01100 1303 5 A 

Uptake of Methoxychlor from Food and Water 
by the American Toad (Bufo Americanus), 
W80-01102 1303 5 A 

Total and Organic Mercury in Marine Fish of 

the Upper Gulf of Thailand, 

W80-01105 1303 5 A 

Physiological Basis of Differential Sensitivity of 
Fish Embryonic Stages to Oil Pollution, 
W80-01332 1304 5A 

The Use of Bivalve Molluscs in Heavy Metal 

Pollution Research, 

W80-01336 1304 5A 



Copper and Cadmium Induced Changes in the 

Metabolism and Structure of Molluscan Gill 

Tissue, 

W80-01338 1304 5B 

Copper and Nutrition in Helix Pomatia (L.), 
W80-01760 1305 5 A 

Factors Affecting the Flux of Arsenic Through 
the Mussel Mytilus Galloprovincialis, 
W80-01765 1305 5A 

Toxicity and Retention of DDT in Adult Frogs, 

Rana Temporaria L., 

W80-02090 1306 5B 

Cadmium in Mytilus Edulis from German Coast- 
al Waters, 
W80-02094 1306 5B 

Bioaccumulation of DDT and PCB in Tissues of 

Marine Fishes, 

W80-02112 1306 5B 

Considerations in Assessing the Potential for, 
and Significance of, Biomagnification of Chemi- 
cal Residues in Aquatic Food Chains, 
W80-02115 1306 5A 

Ecological Kinetics of Silver in an Alpine Lake 

Ecosystem, 

W80-02120 1306 5B 

Transport and Transformations of Anthracene in 

Natural Waters, 

W80-02121 1306 5 A 

Measuring and Estimating the Bioconcentration 

Factor of Chemicals in Fish, 

W80-02212 1306 5B 

Chlorinated Paraffins-An Environmental 

Hazard, 

W80-02214 1306 5 A 

Mercury in Water and Fish from the Sao Vin- 

cente Estuary near Santos, Brazil, 

W80-02215 1306 5 A 

Requirement of Carp for Dietary Zinc (In Japa- 
nese), 
W80-02217 1306 5A 

Heavy Metals in the Sea-Skater Halobates Ro- 
bustus from the Galapagos Islands: Concentra- 
tions in Nature and Uptake Experiments, with 
Special Reference to Cadmium, 
W80-02221 1306 5 A 

Utilization of Concentrating Organisms (Mytilus 
Galloprovincialis LMK) for the Survey and 
Control of Marine Pollution, 
W80-02374 1306 5A 

Recovery of Invertebrate and Vertebrate Popu- 
lations in a Coal Ash Stressed Drainage System, 
W80-02381 1306 5C 

Accumulation of Copper in Certain Bivalves of 
Vellar Estuary, Porto Novo, S. India in Natural 
and Experimental Conditions, 
W80-02390 1306 5 A 

The Occurrence of Copper, Iron and Zinc in the 
Hard Shell Clam, Mercenaria Mercenaria, and 
Sediments of Southampton Water, 
W80-02391 1306 5B 

Lead in Spotted Wolfish, Anarhichas Minor, 
Near a Zinc-Lead Mine in Greenland, 
W80-02394 1306 5B 

Trace Metal Concentrations in Selected Biologi- 
cal, Sediment, and Water Column Samples in a 
Northern New England River, 
W80-02417 1307 5 A 



Heavy Metal Contents in Coastal Water Fishes 

of West Malaysia, 

W80-02427 ' 1307 5 A 

Biological and Radiological Analysis of the Po- 
tential of Nuclear Power Plant Effluent Waters 
for Shellfish Culture, 
W80-02436 1307 5 A 

Sediments, Water and Food Chains as Sources 
of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons for Benthic Or- 
ganisms in the Mediterranean Sea, 
W80-02937 1308 5B 

Levels of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in Marine 
Animals from the Central Mediterranean, 
W80-02939 1308 5B 

Contamination of the Mediterranean Blue and 
White Dolphin by Organochlorine Compounds 
(In French), 
W80-02940 1308 5 A 

Accumulation of Manganese in Donax Truncu- 

lus L. (Bivalvia), 

W80-02949 1308 5B 

Arsenic Flux Through Mussels and Shrimp, 
W80-02951 1308 5B 

Bioaccumulation from Water and Elimination of 
Vanadium in Selected Marine Invertebrates, 
W80-02952 1308 5 A 

Comparison Between the Hg Body Burden of 
Thynnus Thynnus from the Mediterranean and 
the Atlantic, 
W80-02954 1308 5 A 

PCBs and Chlorinated Pesticides in Organisms 

from the Ligurian Sea, 

W80-02955 1308 5B 

Fluoride in Antarctic Krill (Euphausia Superba) 

and Atlantic Krill (Meganyctiphanes Norve- 

gica), 

W80-02957 1308 5 A 

Heavy Metals in the Native Oyster (Ostrea 
Angasi) and Mussel (Mytilus Edulis Planulatus) 
from Port Davey, South-Western Tasmania, 
W80-02963 1308 5 A 

Fluxes of Dissolved and Particulate Calcium in 
Selected Tissues of Crassostrea Virginica, 
W80-02966 1308 5B 

Trace Metals in Fucoid Algae and Purple Sea 

Urchins Near a High Arctic Lead/Zinc Ore 

Deposit, 

W80-02969 1308 5B 

DDTs in Marine Fishes Following Termination 
of Dominant California Input: 1970-77, 
W80-02971 1308 5B 

Mercury Content of Shark from South-Western 

Australian Waters, 

W80-02972 1308 5 A 

Major Detoxification Pathways for Pentachloro- 

phenol in Goldfish, 

W80-02973 1308 5 A 

Distribution of Cobalt 60 in a Mollusc, a Crusta- 
cean and a Freshwater Teleost: Variations as a 
Function of the Source of Pollution and During 
Elimination, 
W80-02984 1308 5 A 

Levels of Metal Pollutants in Sediments and 

Biota of the Gulf of Trieste: A Long Term 

Survey, 

W80-03228 1309 5 A 

Mercury Concentrations in Pelagic Fishes (An- 
chovy, Mackerel and Sardine) from the Italian 
Coast and Strait of Gibraltar, 
W80-03236 1309 5 A 



SU-41 



BIOACCUMULATION 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Concentration of the Herbicide 2,4-D by Some 

Higher Water Plants, 

W80-03243 1309 5B 

Hydrocarbon Characteristics of the Organs and 
Tissues of Some Marine Fishes from the Medi- 
terranean, 
W80-03248 1309 5B 

Assimilation Efficiency of Dietary Methylmer- 
cury by Northern Pike (Esox Lucius), 
W80-03253 1309 5 A 

Accumulation and Excretion of 95Zr and 95Nb 
by Common Goby (Acanthogobius Flavimanus), 
W80-03256 1309 5 A 

Bioavailability of a Hydrocarbon from Water 

and Sediment to the Marine Worm Arenicola 

Marina, 

W80-03260 1309 5B 

Uptake and Cellular Distribution of Cadmium in 

Mytilus Edulis, 

W80-03263 1309 5B 

Uptake of Hydrocarbons by the Marine Diatom 

Cyclotella Cryptica, 

W80-03267 ' 1309 5 A 

Preliminary Results on Uptake and Elimination 

at Different Temperatures of p,p'-DDT and 

Two Chlorobiphenyls in Perch from Brackish 

Water, 

W80-03268 1309 5A 

Accumulation of Cadmium by Green Microal- 

gae, 

W80-03276 1309 5B 

Organochlorines and Metals in Harbour Seals 

(Dutch Wadden Sea), 

W80-03280 1309 5B 

Concentrations of Arsenic, Selenium and Ten 
Heavy Metals in School Shark, Galeorhinus 
Australis (Macleay), and Gummy Shark, Muste- 
lus Antarcticus Gunther, from South-Eastern 
Australian Waters, 
W80-03285 1309 5 A 

Combined Effects of Cadmium, Copper and 
Lead on Developing Herring Eggs and Larvae, 
W80-03286 1309 5A 

Effects of p,p'-DDT, p,p'-DDD, and p,p'-DDE 
on Oxygen Uptake in the Freshwater Planarian 
(Phagogata Gracilis), 
W80-03291 1309 5 A 

Toxic Effects and Accumulation of Cadmium in 
Some Benthic Organisms of the Baltic, 
W80-03297 1309 5 A 

The Cytochemical Distributions of Zinc (Zn II) 
and Iron (Fe III) in the Common Mussel, Myti- 
lus Edulis, and Their Relationship with Lyso- 
somes, 
W80-03299 1309 5B 

Accumulation, Elimination, and Metabolism of 
Dichlorobenzidine in the Bluegill Sunfish, 
W80-03334 1310 5B 

Two Heavy Metal-Binding Proteins in the 
Midgut Gland of the Crab Carcinus Maenas, 
W80-03339 1310 5B 

Inhibition of Carbon Fixation as a Function of 
Zinc Uptake in Natural Phytoplankton Assem- 
blages, 
W80-03340 1310 5A 

Zinc--A Major Inorganic Component of Nereid 

Polychaete Jaws, 

W80-03341 1310 5B 



Total Mercury Content in Some Marine Fish 

from the Indian Ocean, 

W80-03343 1310 5B 

Longevity and Reproduction of Daphnia Pulex 
(De Geer) Exposed to Cadmium-Contaminated 
Food or Water, 
W80-03439 1310 5A 

The Absorption of DDT by Vascular Aquatic 

Plants, 

W80-03663 1311 5B 

Extraction and Accumulation of 210Pb by 

Aquatic Organisms in Lakes, 

W80-03677 1311 5B 

Mercury Circulation in Aquatic Environment. 
Part 2: Metabolism of Methyl and Phenyl Mer- 
cury in Phytoplankton, 
W80-03682 1311 5B 

Transfer of 14C-Toluene from Mosquito Larvae 

to Bluegill Sunfish, 

W80-03686 1311 5B 

Mobilization of Organochlorines from Female 
Lipid Tissue and Transplacental Transfer to 
Fetus in a Harbour Porpoise (Phocoena Pho- 
coena) in a Contaminated Area, 
W80-03687 1311 5B 

Copper Toxicity to the Bay Scallop (Argopec- 

ten Irradians), 

W80-03689 1311 5C 

Organochlorine, Fluorine, and Heavy-Metal 
Levels in Some Birds from New Zealand Estu- 
aries, 
W80-03691 1311 5B 

Pesticides and Aquatic Ecosystems, 

W80-03699 1311 5C 

Kinetics of Accumulation of Some Radionu- 
clides by Marine Bacteria, 
W80-03997 1312 5A 

Roles of Food and Sea Water in the Accumula- 
tion of Radionuclides by Marine Fish, 
W80-04000 1312 5 A 

Accumulation and Excretion of Cobalt-60 Taken 
Up from Seawater by Marine Fishes, 
W80-04001 1312 5 A 

Mercury Interaction in Crayfish Antennal Gland 

and Hepatopancreas, 

W80-04006 1312 5B 

Mercury Contents of Zooplankton Collected in 

the Tropical Pacific Ocean, 

W80-04007 1312 5 A 

Elemental Content of Aquatic Organisms Inhab- 
iting a Pond Contaminated with Coal Fly Ash, 
W80-04011 1312 5B 

Bioaccumulation and Bioamplification of Mer- 
cury Compounds in a Third Level Consumer, 
Salmo Gairdneri, Influence of the Temperature 
Factor (In French), 
W80-04396 1313 5B 

Pesticide Residues in Lake Balaton, 

W 80-04402 1313 5B 

Correlation Between Cadmium Concentration in 
the Water and Tissue Residue Levels in Dab, 
Limanda Limanda L., and Plaice, Pleuronectes 
Platessa L., 
W80-04407 1313 5 A 

Seasonal and Environmental Variation in Mn, 
Fe, Cu and Zn Content of Spartina Alterniflora, 
W80-044II 1313 5A 



Copper-The Major Metal Component of Gly- 

cerid Polychaete Jaws, 

W80-04413 1313 5B 

Mercury in Water, Organisms and Sediments 

from a Section of the Turkish Mediterranean 

Coast, 

W80-04417 1313 5B 

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in Fish-Eating Birds 

from the Gdansk Bay, Baltic Sea, 

W80-04419 1313 5B 

Accumulation of 210Pb in Freshwater Plants, 
W80-04692 1314 5B 

Tissue Metal Concentrations in Two Crayfish 
Species Cohabiting a Tennessee Cave Stream, 
W80-04696 1314 5 A 

Uptake and Elimination of Antimony in the 

Mussel, Mytilus Edulis, 

W80-04697 1314 5C 

Variables Affecting Body Burdens of Lead, Zinc 
and Cadmium in a Roadside Population of the 
Snail Cepaea Hortensis Muller, 
W80-04702 1314 5C 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Other Organic 
Chemical Residues in Fish From Major Water- 
sheds of the United States, 1976, 
W 80-04706 1314 5C 

Effects on Rainbow Trout (Salmo Gairdneri) of 
a Chronic Exposure to Waterborne Selenium, 
W80-04714 1314 5B 

Cadmium Toxicity to Three Species of Estuar- 

ine Invertebrates, 

W80-04736 1314 5A 

Liver Cadmium Uptake, Catalase Inhibition and 
Cadmium Thionein Production in the Killifish 
(Fundulus Heteroclitus) Induced by Experimen- 
tal Cadmium Exposure, 
W80-04738 1314 5B 

Cadmium, Zinc and Copper Accumulation in 

Limpets (Patella Vulgata) from the Bristol 

Channel with Special Reference to Metalloth- 

ioneins, 

W80-04893 1315 5B 

Relationship Between the Body Size of Principal 
Shellfish and the Concentration of Few Heavy 
Metals (In Japanese), 
W80-04894 1315 5B 

Concentration and Distribution of Uranium in 
Mytilus Edulis and Associated Materials, 
W80-04895 1315 5B 

Accumulation and Biological Effects of Cadmi- 
um in Rainbow Trout, 
W80-04896 1315 5B 

Influence of Copper and Zinc in Food Substance 

on the Accumulation of Cultured Oysters (In 

Japanese), 

W80-04897 1315 5B 

Melimex, an Experimental Heavy Metal Pollu- 
tion Study: Behaviour of Heavy Metals in an 
Aquatic Food Chain, 
W80-04900 1315 5B 

The Uptake of Chemical Elements from Coal 
Ash and Settling Basin Effluent by Primary Pro- 
ducers I. Relative Concentrations in Predomi- 
nant Plants, 
W80-05038 1315 5C 

Comparative Toxicity of Arsenic Compounds 

and Their Accumulation in Invertebrates and 

Fish, 

W80-06276 1320 5B 



SU 42 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BIOASSAY 



Uptake, Metabolism, and Elimination of the 
Lampricide 3-Trifluoromethyl-4 Nitrophenol by 
Largemouth Bass (Micropterus Salmoides), 
W80-06281 1320 5B 

BIOAMPLIFICATION 

Bioaccumulation and Bioamplification of Mer- 
cury Compounds in a Third Level Consumer, 
Salmo Gairdneri, Influence of the Temperature 
Factor (In French), 
W80-04396 1313 5B 

BIOASSAY 

Toxicity of Some Canadian Fruit and Vegetable 

Processing Effluents, 

W8O-0O138 1301 5D 

Mutagenic Activity in Organic Wastewater 

Concentrates, 

W8O-0O670 1302 5 A 

Sensitivity of Some Brown Algal Reproductive 

Stages to Oil Pollution, 

W80-00820 1303 5 A 

Respiratory Activity of Fish as a Predictor of 
Chronic Fish Toxicity Values for Surfactants, 
W80-O0826 1303 5 A 

Use of Luminescent Bacteria for Determining 

Toxicity in Aquatic Environments, 

W80-00827 1303 5A 

Value of Chemical Fractionation for Identifying 

the Toxic Components of Complex Aqueous 

Effluents, 

W80-00829 1303 5 A 

A Chronic Toxicity Test with the Marine Cope- 
pod Acartia Tonsa, 
W8O-O0830 1303 5 A 

Use of the Grass Shrimp (Palaemonetes Pugio) 

in a Life-Cycle Toxicity Test, 

W80-00831 1303 5 A 

A Method for Measuring Algal Toxicity and Its 

Application to the Safety Assessment of New 

Chemicals, 

W8O-0O832 1303 5 A 

Uptake, Depuration, and Toxicity of 

Hexamethylphosphoramide in Aquatic Organ- 
isms, 

W8O-0O833 1303 5A 

Acute Toxicity of Vanadium to Two Species of 

Freshwater Fish, 

W80-00836 1303 5 A 

Metering Device for Toxicants used in Bioassays 
with Aquatic Organisms, 

W80-01055 1303 5A 

Effect of Barite on Meiofauna in a Flow- 
Through Experimental System, 
W80-01097 1303 5A 

Embryo-Larval Toxicity Tests with Organic 

Compounds, 

W80-01197 1303 5A 

Nitrogen - A Growth Limiting Nutrient in Eu- 

trophic Lakes, 

W80-01308 1304 5C 

Effects of Prolonged Exposure to Ammonia on 
the Blood and Liver Glycogen of Coho Salmon 
(Oncorhyncush Kisutch), 
W80-01322 1304 5A 

The Use of Bivalve Molluscs in Heavy Metal 

Pollution Research, 

W80-01336 1304 5A 

A Benthic Bioassay Using Time-Lapse Photog- 
raphy to Measure the Effect of Toxicants on the 



Feeding Behavior of Lugworms (Polychaeta: 

Arenicolidae), 

W80-01341 1304 5A 

Beyond the LC50: An Opinion About Research 
Activities and Needs Concerning Physiological 
Effects of Pollutants in the Environment, 
W80-01345 1304 5B 

Prediction of Algal-Available Phosphorus in 

Runoff Suspensions, 

W80-01455 1304 5C 

Impoundments and Their Influence on the 

Rivers Studied by Bioassays, 

W80-01781 1305 5C 

The Effects of Toluene on Embryos and Fry of 
the Japanese Medaka Oryzias Latipes with a 
Proposal for Rapid Determination of Maximum 
Acceptable Toxicant Concentration, 
W80-01922 1305 5A 

Biological Availability of Low Versus High Mo- 
lecular Weight Reactive Phosphorus, 
W80-01990 1305 5C 

Physiological and Behavioural Characterization 
of the Action of Chlorfenvinphos on Fish Le- 
bistes Reticulatus Peters, 
W80-02084 1306 5B 

Detection Limits of a Biological Monitoring 

System Based on Fish Respiration, 

W80-02088 1306 5 A 

Multiple Factor Interactions and Stress in Coast- 
al Systems: A Review of Experimental Ap- 
proaches and Field Implications, 
W80-02111 1306 5 A 

Exposure Assessment: A Key Issue in Aquatic 

Toxicology, 

W80-02116 1306 5 A 

Nifurpirinol (Furanace; P-7138) Related Lesions 

on Channel Catfish Ictalurus Punctatus (Rafines- 

que), 

W80-02222 1306 5B 

Acute Toxicity of Two Molluscicides, Mercuric 
Chloride and Pentachlorophenol to a Fresh- 
water Fish (Channa Gachua), 
W80-02421 1307 5A 

Bioassays Related to the Effects of Coal Strip 

Mining and Energy Conversion on the Aquatic 

Microflora, 

W80-02476 1307 5 A 

Fish Bioassay Monitoring of Waste Effluents, 
W80-02744 1308 5 A 



Thermal Discharge Research, 
W80-02748 



1308 5C 



Studies in Regard to Different Types of Action 
of Detergents on Marine Species (In French), 
W80-02944 1308 5 A 

Effects of the Defoliant 2-4-5-T on the Dinofla- 

gellate Prorocentrum Micans in Culture (In 

French), 

W80-02945 1308 5 A 

The Development of Water Quality Criteria for 
Ammonia and Total Residual Chlorine for the 
Protection of Aquatic Life in Two Johnson 
County, Kansas Streams, 
W80-03082 1309 5C 

Toxicity Testing in the United Kingdom for the 
Evaluation of Oil Slick Dispersants, 
W80-03214 1309 5A 

Acute Aquatic Toxicity and Dispersing Effec- 
tiveness of Oil Spill Dispersants: Results of a 



Canadian Oil Dispersant Testing Program (1973 

to 1977), 

W80-03215 1309 5 A 

Effects of Dispersant Use on Shore Life, 
W80-03217 1309 5C 

Ecological Effects of Dispersants in the United 

Kingdom, 

W80-03218 1309 5B 

Initial Testing of a Recent Biological Monitoring 

Concept, 

W80-03221 1309 5A 

An Artificial Microbial Ecosystem for Deter- 
mining Effects and Fate of Toxicants in a Salt- 
Marsh Environment, 
W80-03670 1311 5 A 

Variation in the Reactions of Daphnia Magna 
Straus to the Effect of a Toxicant as Related to 
Its Delivery Regime, 
W80-03676 1311 5 A 

The Use of Periphyton from Lake Zurich to 
Extimate the Algal Growth Potential in River 
Limmat Water, 
W80-04446 1313 5C 

Toxicity of Butoxyethyl Ester of 2,4-D to Se- 
lected Salmon and Trout, 
W80-04700 1314 5 A 

A Simple Continuous-Flow Toxicant Delivery 

System, 

W80-04707 1314 5 A 

Comparison of the Toxicity Thresholds of 
Water Pollutants to Bacteria, Algae, and Proto- 
zoa in the Cell Multiplication Inhibition Test, 
W80-04708 1314 5 A 

A Pressurized Proportional Diluter for Aquatic 

Toxicological Studies, 

W80-04709 1314 5 A 

A Marine Algal Bioassay Method: Results with 

Pesticides and Industrial Wastes, 

W80-04740 1314 5 A 

An Avoidance Response Bioassay for Aquatic 

Pollutants, 

W80-04806 1315 5C 

Temperature and Adaptation to Pollution as 
Factors Influencing the Acute Toxicity of Cd to 
the Planktonic Copepod Acartia Clausi, 
W80-04891 1315 5 A 

The Detection of Mutagenic Pollutants in 
Aquatic and Marine Environments: Studies of 
the Millers River and Boston Harbor, 
W80-05541 1317 5C 

Evaluation of Mutagenicity Testing of Extracts 

from Processed Oil Shale, 

W80-06009 1319 5A 

Acute Toxicity to Goldfish of Mixtures of 
Chloramines, Copper, and Linear Alkylate Sul- 
fonate, 
W80-06042 1319 5 A 

Chronic Effect of Copper on the Bluntnose 
Minnow, Pimephales Notatus (Rafinesque), 
W80-06277 1320 5C 

Tolerance of Intertidal Amphipods to Fluctuat- 
ing Conditions of Salinity, Oxygen and Copper, 
W80-06279 1320 5 A 

Developing a Toxicity Testing Capability for 

Australia, 

W80-06734 1324 5 A 



SU-43 



BIOASSAYS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BIOASSAYS 

Distribution of Hydrocarbons Among Oil, 
Water and Vapor Phases During Oil Dispersant 
Toxicity Tests, 
W80-01346 1304 5 A 

BIOAVAILABILITY 

Biological Availability of Sediment-Bound Cad- 
mium to the Edible Cockle, Cerastoderma 
Edule, 
W80-01088 1303 5A 

Fluoride in Antarctic Krill (Euphausia Superba) 

and Atlantic Krill (Meganyctiphanes Norve- 

gica), 

W80-O2957 1308 5 A 

The Cytochemical Distributions of Zinc (Zn II) 

and Iron (Fe III) in the Common Mussel, Myti- 

lus Edulis, and Their Relationship with Lyso- 

somes, 

W80-03299 1309 5B 

A Review of the Lethal and Sub-Lethal Effects 

of Mercury on Aquatic Life, 

W80-03683 1311 5 A 

Melimex, an Experimental Heavy Metal Pollu- 
tion Study: Chemical Speciation and Biological 
Availability of Copper in Lake Water, 
W80-04899 1315 5B 

BIOCHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND 

Fungal Conversion of Carbohydrate Wastes to 
Animal Feed Protein-Vitamin Supplements, 
W80-00141 1301 5D 

Applying Probabilistic Water Quality Standards 

in River Basin Water Quality Optimization 

Models, 

W80-00342 1301 6A 

BOD/TOC Correlations and Their Application 

to Water Quality Evaluation, 

W80-00353 1301 5D 

Mathematical Modeling of Dissolved Oxygen in 

Mixed Estuaries, 

W80-01861 1305 5B 

Advanced Wastewater Treatment Technology 

in Canada (1979), 

W80-02842 1308 5D 

Dissolved Oxygen and Biochemical Oxygen 

Demand, 

W80-03612 1311 5 A 

Factors Causing Elevated Biological Oxygen 

Demand in the Littoral Zone of Lake Wingra, 

Wisconsin, 

W80-04457 1313 5C 

Desk Top Methodology for Modeling Biochemi- 
cal Oxygen Demand in Streams, 
W80-04673 1314 7B 

Tidal Fluctuations in Biological Oxygen 
Demand in Exposed Sandy Beaches, 
W80-06656 1324 2L 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

Eutrophication: Current State-of-the-Art and 

Probable Areas of Investigation, 

W80-01627 1305 5A 

Carbon Budget of Rivers as Exemplified by the 

Danube, 

W80-01751 1305 5C 

Denitrification in Natural Waters, 

W 80-0 1 989 1305 5C 

Comparative Metabolism of Parathion by Inter- 

tidal Invertebrates. 

W80-02I10 1306 5A 



Organic Geochemistry-Biochemical Organic 

Matter, 

W80-02570 1307 5C 

Biosynthesis and Release of Organoarsenic Com- 
pounds by Marine Algae, 
W80-03118 1309 5C 

Effects of Abrupt Change in Water Quality on 
Rainbow Trout (Salmo Gairdneri Rich.), 
W80-03210 1309 5 A 

Chelation of Divalent Metal Ions by Brown 

Algal Polyphenols, 

W80-03987 1312 2C 

Changes in Biochemistry of Some Aquatic Or- 
ganisms of the Barents Sea Coast in Experimen- 
tal Oil Intoxication, 
W80-03996 1312 5A 

Photosynthetic Carboxylating Enzymes in 

Marine Phytoplankton, 

W80-04146 1312 5C 

A Mathematical Model for Water Quality Anal- 
ysis, 
W80-05190 1316 5B 

A Statistical Method to Estimate the Biochemi- 
cal Composition of Phytoplankton in the South- 
ern Bight of the North Sea, 
W80-06295 1320 2L 

BIOCIDES 

Organotin Resistance in Green Seaweeds, 
W80-00815 1303 5C 

BIOCOENOSES 

The Benthos of Rijeka Bay - Subject to Stress of 

Pollution, 

W80-02379 1306 5C 

BIOCONCENTRATION 

Toxicity and Bioconcentration of EPN and Lep- 
tophos to Selected Estuarine Animals, 
W80-01778 1305 5A 

Test of a Model for Predicting Kepone Accumu- 
lation in Selected Estuarine Species, 
W80-02113 1306 5 A 

Bioconcentration and Metabolism of Linear Al- 

kylbenzene Sulfonate by Daphnids and Fathead 

Minnows, 

W80-02114 1306 5C 

Considerations in Assessing the Potential for, 
and Significance of, Biomagnification of Chemi- 
cal Residues in Aquatic Food Chains, 
W80-02115 1306 5 A 

The Effect of Plants and Animals on the Chem- 
istry of Estuarine Sediments, 
W80-02122 1306 5 A 

Measuring and Estimating the Bioconcentration 

Factor of Chemicals in Fish, 

W80-02212 1306 5B 

BIOCONCENTRATOR 

The Detection of Mutagenic Pollutants in 
Aquatic and Marine Environments: Studies of 
the Millers River and Boston Harbor, 
W80-05541 1317 5C 

BIOCONTROL 

The Need for More Biology in Lake Restora- 
tion, 
W80-O2798 1308 2H 

The Effects of the Food Preferences and Stock- 
ing Rates of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon 
Idella Val.) on Mixed Plant Communities, 
W 80-03 121 1309 4 A 

Establishment of Waterhyacinth Weevil Popula- 
tions in Louisiana, 
W80-03829 1311 4A 



Biological Control of Hydrilla Verticillata Royle 

with Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon Idella 

Val), 

W80-03830 1311 4A 

BIODEGRADATION 

Biodegradation of Palm Oil Sludge and its 
Waste Recovery as an Energy Source for Ani- 
mals and Soil Amendment, 
W80-01641 1305 5D 

Treatment Studies of Palm Oil Mill Waste Efflu- 
ent, 
W80-01656 1305 5D 

Leaf Breakdown and Invertebrate Colonization 

on a Reservoir Bottom, 

W80-01717 1305 5C 

Relation of Saprobic to Trophic Levels, 
W80-01753 1305 5C 

Enhanced Biodegradation of Hydrocarbons: 
Role of Bioflocculants and Bioemulsifiers, 
W80-02157 1306 5D 



Desertification: Natural or Man-Induced, 
W80-03064 1309 



2A 



Analytical Method for Nonionic Surfactants in 

Laboratory Biodegradation and Environmental 

Studies, 

W80-03976 1312 5A 

Treatability of Carcinogenic and Other Hazard- 
ous Organic Compounds, 
W80-04298 1313 5D 

Biodegradation of Thiocyanate by Microorgan- 
isms Isolated from Gas Liquor, 
W80-04605 1314 5D 

Self-Purification of Rivers a Two-Phase Model 

for Bacterial Biodegradation, 

W80-05028 1315 5F 

Assessment of Potential Interactions of Microor- 
ganisms and Pollutants Resulting from Petro- 
leum Development on the Outer Continental 
Shelf of Alaska, 
W80-05533 1317 5C 

Trace-Organics Biodegradation in Aquifer Re- 
charge, 
W80-05749 1318 5B 

Changes in Morphology and Phosphate-Uptake 
Patterns of Acinetobacter Calcoaceticus Strains, 
W80-06850 1324 5D 

BIODGRADATION 

Oil Change in Excretory Products of Mussels 

(Mytilus Galloprovincialis), 

W80-01075 1303 5A 

BIOGENIC GAS 

Modern Biogenic Gas-Generated Craters (Sea- 
floor 'Pockmarks') on Bering Shelf, Alaska, 
W80-05597 1317 2L 

BIOGENIC HYDROCARBONS 

Hydrocarbon Distribution and Weathering 
Characteristics at a Tropical Oil Spill Site. 
W80-00188 1301 5C 

BIOGENIC SOURCES 

Volatile Organic Compounds in Seawater, 
W80-01539 1304 5B 

BIOGEOGRAPHY 

Biogeographical Considerations of Colonization 
of the Lower Tilemsi Valley in the Second 
Millenium B.C., 
W80-03553 1310 2A 

BIOINDICATOR 

Electric Fish as a Tool for Water Quality As- 
sessment, 
W80-00659 1302 5A 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES 



Behavioural Studies on Mussels Under Changing 

Environmental Conditions, 

W80-04404 1313 5 A 

BIOINDICATORS 

Algal Assays for Areas Receiving or Pro- 
grammed to Receive Sewage Effluent, 
W8O-0O193 1301 5A 

A Dynamic Model of the Chemical Nutrient 
System for Research of the Ecological Conse- 
quences in Natural Water, 
W80-00701 1302 5B 

Biogeochemistry of Selected Heavy Metals in 

Western Port, Victoria, and Use of Invertebrates 

as Indicators with Emphasis on Mytilus Edulis 

Planulatus, 

W80-00788 1302 5 A 

The Rock Oyster Saccostrea Glomerata as an 
Indicator of Trace Metals in Hong Kong, 
W80-00793 1302 5A 

The Use of Chironomid Pupal Exuviae in the 
Surveillance of Sewage Pollution Within a 
Drainage System, 
W80-00794 1302 5 A 

Automatic Culture Systems for Growing Lamin- 
aria Saccharina (Phaeophyceae) and Testing the 
Effects of Pollutants, 
W80-00817 1303 5 A 

Composition of Benthic Marine Algae in Rela- 
tion to Pollution in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, 
W80-00819 1303 5 A 

Taint Threshold of Diphenyl Oxide in Rainbow 

Trout, 

W80-00828 1303 5 A 

Pollutant Levels in the Great Skua Catharacta 

Skua, 

W80-00845 1303 5B 

Hierarchical Diversity of Communities of 

Aquatic Insects and Fishes, 

W80-01198 1303 5A 

Seasonal Modulation of Thermal Acclimation 

and Behavioral Thermoregulation in Aquatic 

Animals, 

W80-01342 1304 5C 

Cadmium Toxicity to Freshwater Algae, 
W80-01347 1304 5C 

Uptake of Radionuclides by Some Aquatic Ma- 

crophytes of Ismailia Canal, Egypt, 

W80-01925 1305 5C 

Gobius Niger as Indicator of Hgtot Mean Con- 
centration in the Marine Environment, 
W80-02372 1306 5 A 

Utilization of Concentrating Organisms (Mytilus 
Galloprovincialis LMK) for the Survey and 
Control of Marine Pollution, 
W80-02374 1306 5 A 

Metals in the Molluscan Kidney: A Comparison 
of Two Closely Related Bivalve Species (Argo- 
pecten), Using X-Ray Microanalysis and Atomic 
Absorption Spectroscopy, 
W80-02383 1306 5B 

Sphaeriidae as Indicators of Trophic Lake 

Stages, 

W80-02388 1306 5C 

Gastropods as Indicators of Trophic Lake 

Stages, 

W80-02393 1306 5 A 

Growth and Mortality of the Blue Mussel (Myti- 
lus Edulis) in Relation to Environmental Index- 
ing, 
W80-02399 1306 5A 



The Barnacle, Balanus Subalbidus, as a Salinity 
Bioindicator in the Oligohaline Estuarine Zone, 
W80-02413 1307 2L 

Fish and Daphnia Toxicity as Surrogates for 
Aquatic Vascular Plants and Algae, 
W80-02960 1308 5 A 

The Gill Sialic Acid Content as an Index of 
Environmental Stress in Rainbow Trout, Salmo 
Gairdneri, Richardson, 
W80-02988 1308 5A 

Initial Testing of a Recent Biological Monitoring 

Concept, 

W80-03221 1309 5 A 

Chironomid Communities as Water Quality Indi- 
cators, 
W80-03224 1309 5C 

Levels of Metal Pollutants in Sediments and 

Biota of the Gulf of Trieste: A Long Term 

Survey, 

W80-03228 1309 5 A 

The Effect of Hypoxia and Anoxia on the Spe- 
cies and Numbers of Black Sea Polychaeta, 
W80-03246 1309 5C 

A Fast Indicator for Detecting Gross Pollution 

by Hazardous Chemicals, 

W80-03257 1309 5 A 

Indicators of Phosphorus and Nitrogen Defi- 
ciency in Five Algae in Culture, 
W80-03258 1309 5 A 

Comparison of Various Methods for Estimating 
the Quality of Water Based on Bottom-Dwelling 
Indicator Invertebrates, 
W80-03673 1311 5 A 

Zooplankters as Bioindicators of Water Quality, 
W80-03678 1311 5C 

Phosphorus Loading Associated with Housing 

in a Rural Watershed, 

W80-04055 1312 5B 

Clostridium Perfringens as a Water Pollution 

Indicator, 

W80-04247 1313 5B 

Diversity and Indicator Species as Measures of 
Water Pollution in a Subarctic Lake, 
W80-04346 1313 5C 

Zooplankton as an Indicator of Pollution of Res- 
ervoirs, 
W80-04716 1314 5C 

Zooplankton Ecology and Pollution Studies, 
W80-04725 1314 5C 

Systems of Biological Indicators for Water Qual- 
ity Assessment, 
W80-04727 1314 5C 

Transplanting Aquatic Bryophytes to Assess 

River Pollution, 

W80-05311 1316 5 A 

Accumulation of Tin by Mangrove Species in 

West Malaysia, 

W80-05325 1316 21 

A Comparison of Methods and Instrumentation 
of Biological Early Warning Systems, 
W80-05858 1318 5C 

Fish Used to Detect Toxic Waste in Effluent. 
W80-06716 1324 5 A 

BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES 

Substrate Conditions, Community Structure and 
Succession in a Portion of the Floodplain of 
Wissahickon Creek, 
W80-00310 1301 2B 



Structure and Succession in Rocky Algal Com- 
munities of a Temperate Intertidal System, 
W80-00504 1302 5C 

A Survey of the Biota, Environment and Use for 
Recreation of Twelve Lakes in Snowdonia, 
W80-00699 1302 5C 

Vegetation and Nutrient Status of Northern 

Michigan Fens, 

W80-01123 1303 5C 

Hierarchical Diversity of Communities of 

Aquatic Insects and Fishes, 

W80-01198 1303 5A 

Communities of Emerged Fishpond Shores and 

Bottoms, 

W80-01228 1304 21 

Exploring Data Structure of New York Bight 
Benthic Data Using Post-Collection Stratifica- 
tion of Samples, and Linear Discriminant Analy- 
sis for Species Composition Comparisons, 
W80-01287 1304 2L 

Phytoplankton Ecology of Shatt Al-Arab River 

at Basrah, Iraq, 

W80-01712 1305 5C 

Ecological Heterogenity Between North-Tem- 
perate Reservoirs and Glacial Lake Systems 
Due to Differing Succession Rates and Cultural 
Uses, 
W80-01714 1305 5C 

Succession of Organisms in Three-Stage Sewage 

Ponds, 

W80-01754 1305 5C 

A Preliminary Study of Algal Turf Communities 
of a Shallow Coral Reef Lagoon Using an Artifi- 
cial Substratum, 
W80-01980 1305 5C 

The Distribution, Abundance, Community 
Structure, and Primary Productivity of Ma- 
croorganisms from Two Central California 
Rocky Intertidal Habitats, 
W80-01996 1305 5C 

Communities of Organisms During Treatment of 

Sewage Containing Antibiotics, 

W80-02081 1306 5C 

The Biology of Salt Wells Creek and Its Tribu- 
taries, Southwestern Wyoming, 
W80-02232 1306 6G 

Zooplankton Communities of the NW Adriatic 

Inshore Waters Near Dubrovnik, 

W80-02371 1306 5C 

Modifications of an Experimentally Polluted 

Ecosystem in the Lagoon of Strunjan, North 

Adriatic, 

W80-02432 1307 5B 

A Predation Model of Zooplankton Community 

Structure, 

W80-02541 1307 5C 

Copepoda and Cladocera Communities in a 

River-Swamp System, 

W80-02546 1307 5C 

Epiphytic Diatoms of Three Seagrass Species in 

Mississippi Sound, 

W80-02602 1307 5 A 

A Three- Year Study of Benthos of Muddy Envi- 
ronments in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, 
W80-03028 1309 2L 

Benthic Invertebrates of the Lower Mississippi 

River, 

W80-03333 1310 5A 



SU-45 



BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Community Structure and Seasonal Variation in 
Intertidal Panamanian Sandy Beaches, 
W80-03376 1310 2L 

Algal and Invertebrate Communities in Three 
Subarctic Lakes Receiving Mine Wastes, 
W80-03457 1310 5C 

The Ecology of Sandy Beaches in Penang, Ma- 
laysia, with Special Reference to Excirolana 
Orientalis (Dana), 
W80-03633 1311 2L 

The Sublittoral Ecology of the Menai Strait, I. 
Temporal and Spatial Variation in the Fauna 
and Flora Along a Transect, 
W80-03634 1311 2L 

Macroinfaunal Structure and Effects of Thermal 
Discharges in a Mesohaline Habitat of Chesa- 
peake Bay, Near a Nuclear Power Plant, 
W8O-03672 1311 5C 

The Field Assessment of Effects of Dumping 
Wastes at Sea: 3. A Survey of the Sewage 
Sludge Disposal Area in Lyme Bay, 
W80-03696 1311 5 A 

The Effects of Oyster Shell Dredging on an 

Estuarine Benthic Community, 

W80-03734 1311 2L 

Seasonal Occurrence and Variation in Standing 
Crop of a Drift Algal Community in the Indian 
River, Florida, 
W8O-038O3 1311 5C 

Body Size and Feeding Ecology as Alternatives 
to Taxonomy for the Study of Limnetic Zoo- 
plankton Community Structure, 
W80-03815 1311 5A 

Comparison of the Assemblages of Sap-Feeding 
Insects (Homoptera-Hemiptera) Inhabiting Two 
Structurally Different Salt Marsh Grasses in the 
Genus Spartina, 
W8O-03881 1311 21 

Preliminary Observations on the Benthic Ma- 
croinvertebrate Communities of Ross Bay, A 
Polluted Area of Lough Leane, South-West Ire- 
land, 
W80-03934 1312 5B 

The Potential Effects of Energy Related Activi- 
ties on the Seasonal Trajectories of Epiphytic 
Marine Diatoms, 
W80-04125 1312 5C 

Epipelic and Epilithic Diatom Assemblages in 
Montezuma Well National Monument, Arizona, 
W80-04133 1312 5C 



The River Continuum Concept, 
W80-O4222 



1313 2E 



Biological Observations on the Crater Lakes of 

Jebel Marra, Sudan, 

W80-04350 1313 2H 

The Process of Fish Fauna Restoration in the 
River Pek Following the Catastrophic Outbreak 
of Gangue from the Copper Mines 'Majdanpek' 
in Yugoslavia, 
W80-04400 1313 5C 

Limnological Studies in Montana: Hyalite Reser- 
voir and Responses of Lotic Periphyton to 
Deep-Water Discharges, Grazing and Logging, 
W80-04670 1314 4C 

Effects of Urban Runoff and Treated Municipal 
Wastewater on a Man-Made Channel in North- 
eastern Illinois, 
W8O-O47I0 1314 5C 



Using Artificial Streams to Evaluate Perturba- 
tion Effects on Aufwuchs Structure and Func- 
tion, 
W80-04718 1314 5A 

Using Artificial Streams to Evaluate Perturba- 
tion Effects on Aufwuchs Structure and Func- 
tion, 
W80-05260 1316 5 A 

Dynamics of Cadmium-Stressed Plankton Com- 
munities, 
W80-05414 1317 2H 

Edge Effects on Salt Marsh Arthropod Commu- 
nity Structures, 
W80-05652 1317 21 

Spring Transition Period in Lake Ontario-A 
Numerical Study of the Causes of the Large 
Biological and Chemical Gradients, 
W80-05814 1318 2H 

BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITIS 

Irrigation Return Water Impact on Selected At- 
tached Diatoms in the Sacramento River, Cali- 
fornia, 
W80-06080 1319 5C 

BIOLOGICAL DEGRADATION 

Study of the Phosphorus Loading and Retention 

in Ijsselmeer, 

W80-01721 1305 5C 

Stream Surveillance and Analysis: Shabakunk 
Creek and Little Bear Brook Watersheds, 
W80-05812 1318 5B 

BIOLOGICAL DENITRIFICATION 

A Mechanism for Biological Denitrification in 

Aerated Lagoon System, 

W80-01670 1305 5D 

Evaluation of Industrial Waste Carbon Sources 

for Biological Denitrification, 

W80-04569 1314 5D 



BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS 

Biological Observations, 
W80-04081 



1312 5C 



BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS 

Benthic Macroinvertebrate and Fish as Biologi- 
cal Indicators of Water Quality, with Reference 
to Community Diversity Index, 
W80-01632 1305 5C 

BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES 

Design of Wastewater Treatment Facilities, 

Major Systems. 

W80-04773 1314 8 A 

BIOLOGICAL PROCESSING 

Deep Tank Aeration-Flotation for Biological 

Processing, 

W80-01669 1305 5D 

BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES 

Application of the Aquatic Model Cleaner to a 

Stratified Reservoir System, 

W80-00520 1 302 5C 

Descriptive and Comparative Studies of Maine 

Lakes, 

W80-04286 1313 2H 

A Time- and Depth-Dependent Model for Phys- 
ical, Chemical and Biological Cycles in Temper- 
ate Lakes, 
W80-04460 1313 5C 

BIOLOGICAL STUDIES 

Biological Evaluation of Non-Point Source Pol- 
lutants in North Carolina Streams and Rivers, 
W80-02871 1308 5C 



BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT 

Comparison of Alternative Strategies for Coke 

Plant Wastewater Disposal, 

W80-00108 1301 5D 

Improved Biological Treatment of Food Proc- 
essing Wastes with Two-Stage ABF Process, 
W80-O0133 1301 5D 

Evaluation of Instant Noodles Processing 
Wastewater Characteristics and Treatment Al- 
ternatives, 
W80-00135 1301 5D 

Fungal Conversion of Carbohydrate Wastes to 
Animal Feed Protein-Vitamin Supplements, 
W80-00141 1301 5D 

The Economic Implications of Water Re-Use, 
W80-00257 1301 5D 

Current Technology and Research on Re-Use of 

Effluents, 

W80-00258 1301 5D 

Sewage Treatment - The State of the Art, 
W8O-O0261 1301 5D 



Waste Water Treatment, 
W80-01481 

Rotating Trickling Filter, 
W80-01487 



1304 5D 



1304 5D 



Mariculture-Biological Treatment Industry, 
W80-01642 1305 5D 

Treatment of Effluents from Textile Fiber Proc- 
essing Industries, 
W80-01653 1305 5D 

A Comparative Study of High Rate Biological 

Filters, 

W80-01664 1305 5D 

Plastics Media for Treatment of Industrial and 

Municipal Wastewater, 

W80-01665 1305 5D 

Deodorisation Using Biological Trickling Filter, 
W80-01666 1305 5D 

Comparison and Selection of Rational-Biologi- 
cal-Treatment Process for Handling Carbohy- 
drate Wastewater, 
W80-01671 1305 5D 

The Design and Selection of Mechanical Aer- 
ation Devices, 
W80-01674 1305 5D 

Process for Purifying Waste Waters, 
W80-01958 1305 5D 

Single Stage Process for Continuous Introduc- 
tion of Oxygen-Containing Gases into Effluent 
Containing Activated Sludge, 
W80-01967 1305 5D 

Buoyant Contact Surfaces in Waste Treatment 

Pond, 

W80-02623 1307 5D 

The Need for More Biology in Lake Restora- 
tion, 
W8O-02798 1308 2H 

Biological Treatment of Food Processing 
Wastewater Design and Operations Manual. 
W80-02837 1308 5D 

Toxicity of Effluents from Sulphite Pulping Op- 
erations Practicing Recovery and Biological 
Treatment. 
W80-02840 1308 5D 

Nitrification-Denitrification of Wastewater, 
W80-03610 1311 5D 



SU 46 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BIRD EGGS 



Irrigation Return Flow Treatment by Biological 
Denitrification Process for Nitrate Removal, 
W80-04610 1314 5D 

Excess-Growth Control System for Fluidized- 

Bed Reactor. 

W80-05970 1318 5D 

Water Quality Control and Management of 

Animal Wastes Through Culture with Selected 

Fishes, 

W 80-06034 1319 5D 



Waste Treatment Process, 
W 80-06466 



1324 5D 



BIOLOGY 

Biogeochemistry of a Forested Ecosystem, 
W80-00328 1301 4C 

The Biology of Canadian Weeds. 34. Myriophyl- 

lum Spicatum L., 

W80-01362 1304 4A 

Effects of Landfill Leaching on Water Quality 
and Biology of a Nearby Stream, South Cairo, 
Greene County, New York, 
W80-04092 1312 5B 

Population Dynamics and Trophic Relationships 
of Marine Birds in the Gulf of Alaska, 
W80-05042 1315 5B 

BIOLUMINESCENCE 

Use of Luminescent Bacteria for Determining 

Toxicity in Aquatic Environments, 

W80-00827 1303 5 A 

Effects of Dinoflagellate Bioluminescence on the 
Ingestion Rates of Herbivorous Zooplankton, 
W80-03782 1311 5C 

BIOMAGNIFICATION 

Considerations in Assessing the Potential for, 
and Significance of, Biomagnification of Chemi- 
cal Residues in Aquatic Food Chains, 
W80-02115 1306 5 A 

Source of Mercury in Fish in New Impound- 
ments, 
W80-02424 1307 5 A 

Trace Elements in Pelagic Organisms and a Pe- 
lagic Foodchain of the Aegean Sea, 
W80-03229 1309 5 A 

BIOMASS 

Seasonal Changes of Phragmites Communis 
Trin. Part I. Growth, Morphometries, Density 
and Biomass, 
W80-00011 1301 21 

Water Column Death and Decomposition of 

Phytoplankton: An Experimental and Modeling 

Review, 

W80-00206 1301 2H 

Primary Productivity of Alpine Meadow Com- 
munities, 
W80-00324 1301 2G 

Can Planktovorous Fish Keep in Check Plank- 
tonic Crustacean Populations. A Test of Size- 
Efficiency Hypothesis in Typical Polish Lakes, 
W80-00505 1302 5C 

Production and Biomass of Cladophora Prolifera 
(Chlorophyta, Cladophorales) in Bermuda, 
W80-01110 1303 5C 

Notes on the Planktonic Rotifers of Lake Ontar- 
io, 
W80-01115 1303 5C 

Seasonal Development of Helophyte Polycor- 
mones and Relationship between Underground 
and Aboveground Organs, 
W80-01224 1304 21 



Primary Data on Biomass and Production Esti- 
mates in Typical Stands of Fishpond Littoral 
Plant Communities, 
W80-01229 1304 21 

Primary Productivity and Phytoplankton Bio- 
mass in the Big Eau Pleine Reservoir, Wiscon- 
sin, 
W80-01716 1305 5C 

Hydrological Structure Analysis for Estimating 

the Primary Production in the Tropical Atlantic 

Ocean, 

W80-02129 1306 5C 

Physico-Chemical Environment, Phytoplankton 
Biomass and Production in Oligotrophic, 
Softwater Lake Kalgaard, Denmark, 
W80-02464 1307 5C 

Studies on the Influence of Man (Angling) on 

Freshwater Fish Populations in Southern 

Poland, 

W80-02487 1307 6G 

Changes in Planktonic Microbial Populations - 
an Analysis by Scanning Electron Microscope, 
W80-02506 1307 5C 

Suspended and Attached Microorganisms in a 

Polluted River, 

W80-02510 1307 5C 

Stratification in Natural Populations of Bloom- 
forming Blue-Green Algae, 
W80-02511 1307 5C 

Population Dynamics and Biomass Production 

of Neomysis Integer (Leach) in the Bergumer- 

meer, 

W80-02553 1307 5C 

The Use of the Walkley-Black Method for Or- 
ganic Carbon Determination as a Procedure for 
Estimating Algal Yields, 
W80-02753 1308 5C 

Spatial Variability of Phytoplankton Biomass in 

the Surface Waters of Long Island, 

W80-03104 1309 5C 

Seasonal Cycles of Zooplankton Biomass in 

Southeastern Lake Michigan, 

W80-03390 1310 2H 

Seasonal Changes of Bacterioplankton in a Res- 
ervoir Related to Algae. I. Numbers and Bio- 
mass, 
W80-03811 1311 5C 

Features of the Structure and Trophic Links of 
Planktonic Associations in Two Lakes With Dif- 
fernet Degress of Salinity, 
W80-03963 1312 5C 

Ichthyoplankton of the St. Lawrence Estuary: 
Composition, Distribution, and Abundance, 
W80-03965 1312 2H 

Distribution and Aspects of the Production and 
Biomass of Eelgras, Zostera Marina L., at Ros- 
coff, France, 
W80-04137 1312 21 

Benthic Diversity and Substrate-Fauna Associ- 
ations in Lake Superior, 
W80-05267 1316 2H 

The Determination of Chlorophyll A in Water 

Containing Sediment, 

W80-06648 1324 5 A 

BIOMECHANICS 

Biomechanics of Vegetative Channel Linings, 
W80-06191 1319 2E 



BIOPHOTOLYSIS 

Nitrogen Fixation by Thermophilic Blue-Green 
Algae (Cyanobacteria): Temperature Character- 
istics and Potential Use in Biophotolysis, 
W80-03796 1 3 1 1 5F 

BIORHYTHMS 

Photoperiodic Acclimation and Circadian Vari- 
ations in Tolerance of Juvenile Ranbow Trout 
(Salmo Gairdneri) to Zinc, 
W 80-0208 7 1306 5 A 

Diel Patterns of Phytoplankton Productivity and 
Extracellular Release in Ultra-Oligotrophic 
Lake Tahoe, 
W80-04399 1313 5C 

BIOTA 

Environmental Monitoring Associated with a 
Production Platform in the Gulf of Mexico, 
W80-05578 1317 5B 

Ecological Studies of Intertidal and Shallow 
Subtidal Habitats in Lower Cook Inlet. 
W80-06428 1321 5C 

BIOTRANSFORMATION 

Uptake, Biotransformation, Disposition, and 
Elimination of 2-Methylnaphthalene and Naph- 
thalene in Several Fish Species, 
W80-00821 1303 5 A 

Biotransformation of Benzo(a)Pyrene by Little 
Skate Hepatic Microsomes-Stimulation and Re- 
constitution of Benzo(a)Pyrene Hydroxylase Ac- 
tivity, 
W80-02953 1308 5B 

Mercury Circulation in Aquatic Environment. 
Part 2: Metabolism of Methyl and Phenyl Mer- 
cury in Phytoplankton, 
W80-03682 1311 5B 

The Influence of Adsorption on the Rates of 

Microbial Degradation of Arsenic Species in 

Sediments, 

W80-03692 1311 5B 

Studies on Toxicities of Biphenyl Ether Herbi- 
cides and Their Analogues to Fish— II. Produc- 
tion of Methemoglobin-Forming Metabolites of 
the Amino-Derivatives by White-Spotted Char, 
Salvelmus Leucomaenis, Liver Homogenate, 
W80-04890 1315 5B 

Biotransformation of Selected Chemicals By 

Fish, 

W80-06275 1320 5B 

BIOTURBATION 

The Effect of Plants and Animals on the Chem- 
istry of Estuarine Sediments. 
W 80-02 122 1306 5 A 

BIRD EGGS 

Effects of Corexit 9527 on the Hatchability of 

Mallard Eggs, 

W80-01107 1303 5A 

Organochlorine Contaminants and Trends in Re- 
production in Great Lakes Herring Gulls, 1974- 
1978, 
W80-02123 1306 5B 

Effects of Oil Transferred from Incubating Gulls 

to Their Eggs, 

W80-02967 1308 5B 

Organochlorine Pesticides and Polychlorinated 
Biphenyls in Bird Eggs from the Falkland Is- 
lands and North Germany, (In German), 
W80-02982 1308 5B 

Mercury, DDE, and PCBs in Eggs from a Nor- 
wegian Gannet Colony, 
W80-03288 1309 5A 



SU-47 



BIRDS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BIRDS 

DDT and Its Metabolites in Antarctic Birds, 
W80-00867 1303 5 A 

Birds in the Reedswamp Ecosystem, 
W80-01242 1304 21 

Density, Biomass, and Energetics of the Bird 
and Small Mammal Populations of an Illinois 
Deciduous Forest, 
W80-02312 1306 21 

A Selected Bibliography of the Life Require- 
ments of Colonial Nesting Waterbirds and Their 
Relationship to Dredged Material Islands, 
W80-03393 1310 5C 

Seasonality, Density and Diversity of Birds of a 

Papyrus Swamp in Western Kenya, 

W80-03508 1310 21 

Avian Ecology of a Managed Glacial Marsh, 
W80-03529 1310 21 

Organochlorine, Fluorine, and Heavy-Metal 
Levels in Some Birds from New Zealand Estu- 



aries, 
W80-03691 



1311 5B 



The Effects of Low Levels of Oil on Aquatic 
Birds. A Non-Technical . jmmary of Research 
Activities FY76 Through FY78, 
W 80-04432 1313 5C 



Dams and Wildlife, 
W80-04678 



1314 21 



Oil Pollution and Seabirds: Atlantic Canada 

1976-77 and Some Implications for Northern 

Environments, 

W80-04705 131 5C 

Ecological Studies of Birds in the Northern 

Bering Sea: Seabirds at Bluff, Distribution of 

Birds at Sea, Movements of Birds in the Bering 

Strait, 

W80-04951 1315 5C 

Beaufort Sea Barrier Island-Lagoon Ecological 
Process Studies. Section I - Avian Ecology in 
Simpson Lagoon, Beaufort Sea, Alaska, 
W80-04956 1315 5C 

Seasonal Distribution and Abundance of Marine 

Birds in Alaska, 

W80-05041 1315 5C 

Population Dynamics and Trophic Relationships 
of Marine Birds in the Gulf of Alaska, 
W80-05042 1315 5B 

The Breeding Biology of Marine Birds Associat- 
ed with Chiniak Bay, Kodiak Istend, 1975-1978, 
W80-05043 1315 5B 

Breeding Biology and Feeding Habits of Sea- 
birds of Sitkalidak Strait, 
W80-05044 1315 5B 

The Pelagic Birds of Tuxedni Wilderness, 

Alaska, 

W80-05045 1315 5C 

Reproductive Ecology of Seabirds at Middleton 

Island, Alaska, 

W80-05046 1315 5B 

The Winter Feeding Habits of Selected Species 

of Marine Birds in Kachemak Bay, Alaska, 

W 80-05047 1315 5B 

Nearshore Feeding Ecology of Marine Birds in 

the Kodiak Area, 1978, 

W80-O5048 1315 5C 

Population Dynamics and Trophic Relationships 
of Marine Birds in the Gulf of Alaska and South- 
ern Bering Sea. Part 6: Populations and Ecology 



of Seabirds of the Koniuji Group, Shumagin 

Islands, Alaska, 

W80-05049 1315 5C 

Population Dynamics and Trophic Relationships 
of Marine Birds in the Gulf of Alaska and South- 
ern Bering Sea. Part 11: Notes on the Winter 
Seabirds of Chiniak Bay, Kodiak Island, Alaska, 
W80-05050 1315 5B 

Simulation Modeling of Marine Bird Population 
Energetics, Food Consumption, and Sensitivity 
to Perturbation, 
W80-05523 1317 5C 

The Distribution, Abundance and Feeding Ecol- 
ogy of Birds Associated with Pack Ice, 
W80-05525 1317 5C 

Ecological Studies of Colonial Seabirds at Cape 
Thompson and Cape Lisburne, Alaska, 
W80-05530 1317 5C 

The Valley Riparian Forests of California: Their 

Importance to Bird Populations, 

W80-05612 1317 21 

BISCAYNE BAY (FL) 

Verification of Finite Element Hydrodynamic 

Model Cafe, 

W80-05202 1316 2L 

BISMARCK (ND) 

Flood Plain Information: Missouri River, Bis- 
marck-Burleigh County, North Dakota. 
W80-02873 1308 2E 

BIVARIATE-DISCRIMINANT PLOTS 

An Empirical Study of Factors Affecting Blue- 
Green Versus Nonblue-Green Algal Dominance 
in Lakes, 
W80-04441 1313 5C 

BLACK BAYOU LAKE (LA) 
Effects of Mechanical Cutting on Submersed 
Vegetation in a Louisiana Lake, 
W80-03832 1311 4A 

BLACK BOX MODELS 

Empirical Lake Models for Phosphorus: Devel- 
opment, Applications, Limitations and Uncer- 
tainty, 
W8O-O0212 1301 2H 

BLACK GUILLEMOT 

Effects of Ingested Crude Oil on Black Guille- 
mots: A Combined Field and Laboratory Study, 
W80-04905 1315 5C 

BLACK SEA 

The Effect of Hypoxia and Anoxia on the Spe- 
cies and Numbers of Black Sea Polychaeta, 
W80-03246 1309 5C 

BLACKFOOT RIVER BASIN (ID) 

Groundwater Flow Systems in the Western 

Phosphate Field in Idaho, 

W80-03055 1309 2F 

BLACKFORD COUNTY (IN) 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Little Lick and Big Lick Creeks, 
Blackford and Delaware Counties, Indiana, 
W80-06791 1324 5G 

BLACKNOSE DACE 

Delayed Behavioral Responses of the Balack- 
nose Dace (Rhinichthys Atratulus) to Chlora- 
mines and Free Chlorine, 
W80-06039 1319 5C 

BLANCO RIVER (TX) 

Flood Hazard Information: San Marcos and 

Blanco Rivers, San Marcos, Texas. 

W80-02872 1308 2E 



BLANEY CRIDDLE EQUATION 

Consumptive Use and Yields of Crop* in New 

Mexico, 

W80-04107 1312 2D 

BLANEY-CRIDDLE FORMULA 

Urban Lawn Evapotranspiration-Measurement 

and Prediction, 

W80-04021 1312 2D 

BLANKTON 

Suspended and Attached Microorganisms in a 

Polluted River, 

W80-02510 1307 5C 

BLEAK 

Effects on Fish Exposed to Effluent from a 
Titanium Dioxide Industry and Tested with Ro- 
tatory-Flow Technique, 
W80-O4906 1315 5A 

BLENNIUS 

Responses of the Fish Blennius Pholis to Fluctu- 
ating Salinities, 
W80-03330 1310 5A 

The Effects of the Anaesthetic Quinaldine on 
Oxygen Consumption in an Intertidal Teleost 
Blennius Pholis (L.), 
W80-03690 1311 5A 

BLENNY 

Responses of the Fish Blennius Pholis to Fluctu- 
ating Salinities, 
W80-03330 1310 5A 

BLOOD CHEMISTRY 

Stress and Chronic Effects of Untreated and 
Treated Bleached Kraft Pulpmill Effluent on the 
Biochemistry and Stamina of Juvenile Coho 
Salmon (Oncorhynchus Kisutch), 
W80-02211 1306 5B 

Some Studies on the Hepatic Microsomal 

Enzyme Activities and Steroid Hormone Levels 

in Carp, Cyprinus Carpio Exposed for Six 

Months, 

W80-02225 1306 5 A 

Relationship of Environmental pC02 to Select- 
ed Blood Parameters of Oncorhynchus Kisutch 
(Walbaum), 
W80-02228 1306 5A 

Chloride Inhibition of Nitrite-Induced Methe- 
moglobinemia in Channel Catfish (Ictalurus 
Punctatus), 
W80-02384 1306 5 A 

Toxicity of Landfill Leachates to Underyearling 

Rainbow Trout (Salmo Gairdneri), 

W80-02422 1307 5C 

Effect of Mercury on the Morphology of Eryth- 
rocytes in Anabas Scandens, 
W80-02423 1307 5B 

Relationship of Cadmium-Induced Hypocalce- 
mia with Mortality in Rainbow Trout (Salmo 
Gairdneri) and the Influence of Temperature on 
Toxicity, 
W80-02956 1308 5B 

Physiological-Biochemical Data on Experimen- 
tal Intoxication of Fish with 'Yalan', 
W80-03251 1309 5A 

Sub-Lethal Effects of the Organophosphate 
Black Fly Larvicide, Abate (Temephos) on Sar- 
otherodon Mossambicus (Peters), 
W80-03261 1309 5C 

Lead Toxicosis and Salt Glands in Domestic 

Ducks, 

W80-03287 1309 5B 

Responses of the Fish Blennius Pholis to Fluctu- 
ating Salinities, 
W80-03330 1310 5A 



SU 48 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BOGUE LUSA CREEK (LA) 



Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Hae- 
moglobin Electrophoresis, ATP Levels and Cor- 
puscular Fragility Curves, 
W80-03988 1312 5 A 

Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Intra- 
species Differences, 
W80-03989 1312 5C 

Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Inter- 
species Differences, 
W80-03990 1312 5C 

Response of the Tench (Tinea Tinea L.) to 

Potassium Nitrate Enriched Water, 

W80-04387 1313 5B 

Effects on Rainbow Trout (Salmo Gairdneri) of 
a Chronic Exposure to Waterborne Selenium, 
W80-04714 1314 5B 

Effects of Dietary Ascorbic Acid on Chronic 

Lead Toxicity to Young Rainbow Trout (Salmo 

Gairdneri), 

W80-O472O 1314 5A 

Respiratory Properties of Erythrocruorin (Ex- 
tracellular Hemoglobin) in the Blood of the An- 
nelid Arenicola Marina with Special Reference 
to the Influences of Salinity and Temperature, 
W80-04728 1314 5B 

Some Effects of Salinity and Temperature on the 
Osmotic and Ionic Regulation of Praunus Flex- 
uosus (Crustacea, Mysidacea) from Isefjord, 
W80-04729 1314 5B 

Studies on Toxicities of Biphenyl Ether Herbi- 
cides and Their Analogues to Fish- 1 . The Meth- 
emoglobin-Formation by the Nitroso-Deriva- 
tives in White-Spotted Char, Salvelinus Leuco- 
maenis, Erythrocytes, 
W80-04889 1315 5B 

Studies on Toxicities of Biphenyl Ether Herbi- 
cides and Their Analogues to Fish-II. Produc- 
tion of Methemoglobin-Forming Metabolites of 
the Amino-Derivatives by White-Spotted Char, 
Salvelinus Leucomaenis, Liver Homogenate, 
W80-04890 1315 5B 

Survival of Hypoxic Conditions by the Poly- 

chaete Cirriformia Tentaculata, 

W80-06278 1320 5 A 

BLOODWORMS 

Effects of Destratification on Sediment Chemis- 
try and Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Ham's 
Lake, 
W80-03308 1310 2H 

BLOOMINGTON 

Urban Hydrology in Karst and Water Quality- 
Inorganic and Organic Systems, 
W80-04597 1314 4C 

BLOOMINGTON (IN) 
The Distribution and Abundance of Polychlori- 
nated Biphenyls in Surface Waters of Blooming- 
ton, Indiana, 
W80-05401 1317 5B 

Inorganic Chemistry of Urban Runoff and Hy- 
drologic Relationships, Bloomington, Indiana, 
W80-05402 1317 5B 

BLOWOUTS 

Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Blowouts, 
W80-05604 1317 5B 



BLUE BEAVER CREEK (OK) 

Flood of August 27-28, 1977, West Cache Creek 
and Blue Beaver Creek, Southwestern Oklaho- 
ma, 
W80-06530 1324 2E 

BLUE CYPRESS LAKE (FLA) 

Limnology of Taylor Creek Impoundment with 
Reference to Other Water Bodies in Upper St. 
Johns River Basin, Florida, 
W80-02583 1307 2H 

BLUE GLACIER (WA) 

Direct Measurement of Basal Water Pressures: 

Progress and Problems, 

W80-04335 1313 2C 

BLUE-GREEN ALGAE 

An Empirical Study of Factors Affecting Blue- 
Green Versus Nonblue-Green Algal Dominance 
in Lakes, 
W80-04441 1313 5C 

The Effects of Toxic Blue-Green Algae on 

Aquatic Animals, 

W80-06687 1324 5 A 

BLUE-GREEN ALGAL GLOOMS 

Reinvestigation of the Toxins from the Blue- 
Green Alga, Aphanizomenon Flos-Aquae, by A 
High Performance Chromatographic Method, 
W80-02159 1306 5 A 

BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN REGION 

Better Utilization of Ground Water in the Pied- 
mont and Mountain Region of the Southeast, 
W80-03327 1310 6D 

BLUEGILL 

Integration of Biological with Thermal Criteria 

for Power Plant Design and Water Resource 

Use, 

W80-04289 1313 5C 

BOATING 

Water Quality Effects of Lead from Recreation- 
al Boating, 
W80-02403 1307 5B 

BOB LAKE (ONTARIO) 

Measurement of Whole Lake Sediment Accu- 
mulation and Phosphorus Retention Using Lead- 
210 Dating, 
W80-05835 1318 2J 

BODAWAY MESA AREA (ARIZ) 

Map Showing Ground-Water Conditions in the 
Bodaway Mesa Area, Coconino County, Arizo- 
na- 1977, 
W80-03481 1310 7C 

BODIES OF WATER 

Heat Recirculation Induced by Thermal Diffus- 

ers, 

W80-01879 1305 5B 

Vertical Mixing Induced by Wind and a Rotat- 
ing Screen in a Stratified Fluid in a Channel, 
W80-04837 1315 2H 

Analyses of Sea Level Fluctuations in Thermai- 
cos Gulf and Salonica Bay, Northwestern 
Aegean Sea, 
W80-05784 1318 2L 

BOGS 

Contribution to the Study of Some Bryoassocia- 
tions of the Subalpine Zone in the Southeast of 
France (Contribution a l'etude de Quelques 
Bryoassociations de l'etage Subalpine Dans le 
Sud-est de la France), 
W80-00006 1301 21 

The Mineral Content of Sphagnum Fuscum as 

Affected by Human Settlement, 

W80-00024 1301 21 



The Effects of Bisulphite and Sulphate Upon 

Photosynthesis in Sphagnum, 

W80-01917 1305 21 

Ecologic and Paleoecologic Studies in the 
Feigne D'Artimont (Vosges, France), 
W80-02306 1306 21 

Environment, Vegetation and Phytogeography 
of the High- Altitude Bogs of Lesotho, 
W80-03507 1310 21 

A Palaeoecological Study of Holocene Peat Bog 
Sections in Germany and the Netherlands, Based 
on the Analysis of Pollen, Spores and Macro- 
and Microscopic Remains of Fungi, Algae, Cor- 
mophytes and Animals, 
W80-03525 1310 2H 

Studies on the Micro-Fauna of Blanket Bog with 

Particular Reference to Enchytraeidae. I. Field 

and Laboratory Tests of Micro-Organisms as 

Food, 

W80-03531 1310 21 

A Lowland Vegetation Sequence in South West- 
land: Pakihi Bog to Mixed Beech-Podocarp 
Forest. Part 1 : The Principal Strata, 
W80-03867 1311 21 

Age, Origin, and Palaeo-Ecological Evidence of 
Blanket Bogs in Nord-Trondelag, Norway, 
W80-03868 1311 2J 

Diatom Floristics and Succession in a Peat Bog 
Near Lily Lake, Summit County, Utah, 
W80-03872 1311 2H 

Phytosociological Studies of Uryu-Numa Mire 
Studies of Upland Bog Vegetation in Hokkaido 
(II), (In Japanese), 
W80-03874 1311 21 

Identification of Plant Fragments and Pollen 

from Peat Deposits in Rangitaiki Plains and 
Maketu Basins, 

W80-05326 1316 21 

Geochemical and Microbial Aspects of Volo 

Bog, Lake County, Illinois, 

W80-05632 1317 2H 

Authigenic Minerals of Sulfur in Modern Peat 

Bogs of the Urals, 

W80-05638 1317 2K 

A Site Index Formula for Peatland Black Spruce 

in Ontario, 

W80-05639 1317 21 

Metal Content of Sphagnum Mosses from Two 
Northern Canadian Bog Ecosystems, 
W80-05640 1317 21 

Preliminary Muskeg (Peatland) Inventory of the 

Province of New Brunswick, 

W80-05641 1317 7B 

Growth Measurements of Five Sphagnum Spe- 
cies in South Norway, 
W80-05646 1317 21 

Bogland Utilization: An Impending Irish Land 

Use Dilemma, 

W80-05657 1317 4C 

Subdivision and Absolute Geochronology of the 

Holocene Peat Bogs of Kamchatka, 

W80-05665 1317 2H 

Palynology o" Holocene Peat Bogs from the 

Central Venezuelan Andes, 

W80-05675 1317 2H 

BOGUE LUSA CREEK (LA) 

Flood Plain Information: Pearl River, Bogue 
Lusa and Coburn Creeks Vicinity of Bogalusa, 
LA. 

W80-02017 1306 2E 



SU-49 



BOISE RIVER (IDAHO) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BOISE RIVER (IDAHO) 

Comparing Water Supply Forecast Techniques, 
W80-00202 1301 2A 

BOMBAY 

Diurnal Distribution of Photosynthetic Pigments 
and Planktons in Relation to Environmental Pa- 
rameters in the Malad Creek, Bombay, 
W80-01358 1304 5C 

BOND ISSUES 

Voter Reaction to Multiple-Use Drainage Pro- 
jects, 
W80-01683 1305 6B 

Financing Your Pollution Control Needs, 

W 80-03 145 1309 *6C 

BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS (UTAH) 

Hydrology and Surface Morphology of the Bon- 
neville Salt Flats and Pilot Valley Playa, Utah, 
W80-04563 1314 2F 

BOONE COUNTY (KY) 
Flood Plain Information: Ohio River, Boone 
County, Kentucky, 
W80-00539 1302 2E 

BOREHOLE CAMERAS 

TV Camera Lets You Look Down a Well, 
W80-03423 1310 7B 

BOREHOLE GEOPHYSICS 

Groundwater Exploration and Development 

Techniques, 

W80-01836 1305 2F 

Role of Borehole Geophysics in Defining the 
Physical Characteristics of the Raft River Geo- 
thermal Reservoir, Idaho, 
W80-04559 1314 1A 

Borehole Geophysics as Applied to the Manage- 
ment of Radioactive Waste - Site Selection and 
Monitoring, 
W80-04561 1314 5E 

Borehole Geophysics in Igneous and Metamor- 

phic Rocks, 

W80-04887 1315 4B 

Ice-Sheet Flow Properties Derived From Bore- 
Hole Shear Measurements Combined With Ice- 
Core Studies, 
W80-05738 1318 2C 

Determination of the Location and Connectivity 
of Fractures in Metamorphic Rock With In- 
Hole Tracers, 
W80-05747 1318 2F 

BOREHOLES 

Ground Freezing Monitoring Techniques, 
W8O-O1530 1304 2G 

Measurements of Vertical Flow in Ground 
Water Borings and Hydrological Parameters for 
Assessing Ground Water Pollution, 
W80-03599 1310 5B 

Direct Measurement of Basal Water Pressures: 

Progress and Problems, 

W80-04335 1313 2C 

Design of Grave) Packs in Deviated Wellbores, 
W80-04631 1314 8A 

Analysis of Borehole Infiltration Tests Above 

the Water Table, 

W80-05108 1316 2G 

Determination of the Location and Connectivity 
of Fractures in Metamorphic Rock With In- 
Hole Tracers, 

W80-05747 1318 2F 



Geology and Hydrogeology of the Becher Point 
Line and Geological Reinterpretation of Adja- 
cent Borehole Lines, 
W80-06417 1321 2F 

Hydrogeology of the Eneabba Borehole Line, 
W80-06418 1321 2F 

Is Your Borehole- Water Safe for Drinking, 
W80-06714 1324 5G 

Free Surface and Saturated-Unsaturated Analy- 
ses of Borehole Infiltration Tests Above the 
Water Table, 
W80-06882 1324 2G 

BORON 

Azomethine H Colorimetric Method for Deter- 
mining Dissolved Boron in Water, 
W80-00221 1301 IB 

Economic Impact of Proposed Boron Water 
Quality Standard for Wood River, R76-18, 
W80-01468 1304 6E 

BOSSIELLA 

Growth and Primary Productivity of Marine 
Macrophytes Exposed to Domestic Sewage Ef- 
fluents, 
W80-05250 1316 5C 

BOSTON HARBOR 

The Detection of Mutagenic Pollutants in 
Aquatic and Marine Environments: Studies of 
the Millers River and Boston Harbor, 
W80-05541 1317 5C 

BOTHNIAN BAY (FINLAND) 

Phytoplankton and Environmental Conditions in 
Central and Coastal Areas of the Bothnian Bay, 
W80-05020 1315 5C 

BOTSHOL 

Factor Analysis of Temporal and Spatial Pat- 
terns of Multicellular Green Freshwater Algae, 
W80-02520 1307 5C 

BOTSWANA 

The Problem of Drought in Botswana, 
W80-03058 1309 6B 

Kutse Game Reserve: Field Trip to a Drought- 
Prone Environment, 
W80-03059 1309 2 A 



Towards a Definition of Drought, 
W80-03060 



1309 6A 



Getting Water from a Borehole, 
W80-05995 



1318 8C 



Botswana's Present Climate and the Evidence 

for Past Change, 

W80-03062 1309 6A 

A Mini-Guide to the Water Resources of Bo- 
tswana, 
W80-03063 1309 2 A 

An Aspect of Warning Systems for Drought: 
Information Collecting in the Districts, 
W80-03073 1309 6A 

The Tribal Grazing Land Policy's Relevance in 

a Drought-Prone Environment, 

W80-03075 1309 6A 

BOTTOM CURRENTS 

Geologic Implications and Potential Hazards of 
Scour Depressions on Bering Shelf, Alaska, 
W80-05598 1317 2J 

BOTTOM SAMPLING 

Studies on the Usefulness of Different Mesh-Size 
Plankton Nets for Thickening Zooplankton, 
W80-04445 1313 5C 

BOTTOM SEDIMENT 

Influence of Hydrocarbons on Ecology of Bac- 
teria in Aerobic Lake Sediment, (In German), 
W80-04913 1315 5C 



BOTTOM SEDIMENTS 

Occurrence of Oil in Offshore Bottom Sedi- 
ments at the Amoco Cadiz Oil Spill Site, 
W80-O0153 1301 5C 

Effects of Bottom Sediments on the Survival of 
Enterobacter Aerogenes in Seawater, 
W80-O0662 1302 5A 

The Effect of Plants and Animals on the Chem- 
istry of Estuarine Sediments, 
W80-02122 1306 5 A 

Mathematical Model of Heavy Metal Transfer 

and Transport in Lake Erie, 

W80-02407 1307 5B 

Equivalence of Copepod and Insect Diapause, 
W80-02544 1307 5C 

The Availability of Sediment Phosphate to 

Algae, 

W8O-02751 1308 5C 

The Use of the Walkley-Black Method for Or- 
ganic Carbon Determination as a Procedure for 
Estimating Algal Yields, 
W80-02753 1308 5C 

Phosphorus Transport Across the Sediment- 
Water Interface, 
W80-02799 1308 5B 

Adsorption of Lead From Solution on the 
Quartz- and Feldspar-Containing Silt Fraction of 
a Natural Streambed Sediment, 
W80-02918 1308 IB 

Effects of Destratification on Sediment Chemis- 
try and Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Ham's 
Lake, 
W80-03308 1310 2H 

The Relation Between Pore Water Chemistry 
and Benthic Fluxes of Nutrients and Manganese 
in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, 
W80-04251 1313 2L 

Criteria for the Instability of Upper-Stage Plane 

Beds, 

W80-05936 1318 2J 

Radioisotope Determination of Uptake of Toxic 
Metals in Organic-Rich Bottom Sediment, 
W80-06218 1320 5 A 

Quality of Water and Bottom Sediments in the 

Trinity River, 

W80-06304 1320 5A 

Polychlorinated Biphenyl Contamination in Sur- 
ficial Sediments of Northeastern Lake Michigan, 
W80-06447 1321 5A 

The Determination of Chlorophyll A in Water 

Containing Sediment, 

W80-06648 1324 5 A 

BOULDER COUNTY (CO) 

Flood Plain Information: Dry Creek, Boulder 

County-Weld County, Colorado. 

W80-02015 1306 2E 

BOULDER COUNTY (COLO) 

Hydrologic Data for Wells, Springs, and 
Streams in Boulder County, Colorado, 
W80-03757 1311 2A 

BOULDERS 

The Effect of Dam Closure on Downstream 

Rapids, 

W80-04820 1315 2E 

BOUNDARIES (PROPERTY) 

Need for a Uniform Public - Private Boundary: 
Application of the High Water Boundary to 
Inland Navigable Lakes, 
W80-04794 1314 6E 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



BRANCHIOSTOMA 



The Extent of State Ownership of Submerged 

Lands in California, 

W80-05071 1315 6E 

Coastal Energy Impact Program Boundaries on 
the Atlantic Coast: A Case Study of the Law 
Applicable to Lateral Seaward Boundaries, 
W80-05371 1316 6E 

BOUNDARIES (SURFACES) 

Boundary Integral Equation Solution to Axi- 
symmetric Potential Flows, 1. Basic Formula- 
tion, 
W80-02161 1306 2F 

Dispersion in Rough Rectangular Channels, 
W80-02910 1308 2E 

Influence of the Shelf-Break Front off Nova 

Scotia on Phytoplankton Standing Stock in 

Winter, 

W 80-03 809 1311 5C 

State Boundary Extensions on the Continental 

Shelf, 

W80-05910 1318 6E 

A Survey of Free Boundary Value Problems in 
the Theory of Fluid Flow Through Porous 
Media: Variational Inequality Approach-Part I, 
W80-06681 1324 2F 

BOUNDARY DISPUTES 

The Anglo-French Continental Shelf Case, 
W80-00366 1301 6E 

The Optimal Management of Transboundary 

Renewable Resources, 

W80-03970 1312 6B 

Implications for the Future: Design of Viable 

International Institutions, 

W80-04776 1314 6E 

The Management of International Boundary 

Waters of Canada and the United States: A 
Comparative Study. 

W80-04777 1314 6E 

Need for a Uniform Public - Private Boundary: 
Application of the High Water Boundary to 
Inland Navigable Lakes, 
W80-04794 1314 6E 

Boundary Delimitation in the Economic Zone: 

The Gulf of Maine Dispute. 

W80-04916 1315 6E 

The Patrimonial Sea to the Rescue of the Gulf 

of California, 

W80-04990 1315 6E 

Possible Solutions to the 200-Mile Territorial 

Limit, 

W80-05087 1315 6E 

Coastal Energy Impact Program Boundaries on 
the Atlantic Coast: A Case Study of the Law 
Applicable to Lateral Seaward Boundaries, 
W 80-05371 1316 6E 

U.S. Position on Negotiations Concerning the 

Great Lakes, 

W80-05390 1316 6E 

Settlement of Maritime Boundary Disputes: An 
Analysis of the Law of the Sea Negotiations, 
W80-05905 1318 6E 

BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHOD 

Boundary Element Method for Fluid Flow, 
W80-0OO83 1301 8B 

BOUNDARY LAYERS 

Turbulent Flow in a Depth-Limited Boundary 

Layer, 

W80-00741 1302 8B 



Open Channel Flow with Varying Bed Rough- 
ness, 
W80-01280 1304 2E 

Shear-Stress Distribution in Stable Channel 

Bends, 

W80-01880 1305 2E 



Plane Turbulent Wall Wakes, 
W80-02187 



1306 8B 



Flow Visualization in Complex Turbulent 

Flows, 

W80-03715 1311 8B 

Boundary Layers in Developing Open Channel 

Flow, 

W80-06297 1320 8B 

Benthic Boundary-Layer Velocity Profiles: De- 
pendence on Averaging Period, 
W80-06621 1324 2L 

BOUNDARY PROCESSES 

Rate of Loss of Ammonia from Water to the 

Atmosphere, 

W80-00075 1301 2K 

Boundary Element Method for Fluid Flow, 
W80-00083 1301 8B 

Energy Exchange Between Deep Lakes and the 
Atmosphere and the Consequences for the 
Wind-Mixed Layer Dynamics, 
W80-00713 1302 2L 

Inception of Sediment Transport, 

W80-02340 1306 2 J 

Some Basic Concepts of Wave Sediment Trans- 
port, 
W80-04304 1313 2J 

Processes of Glacier Erosion on Different Sub- 
strata, 
W80-04314 1313 2C 

A Theoretical Model of Glacial Abrasion, 
W80-04315 1313 2C 

Local Friction Laws for Glaciers: A Critical 

Review and New Openings, 

W80-04318 1313 2C 

The Unsolved General Glacier Sliding Problem, 
W80-04319 1313 2C 

The Flow of Ice, Treated as a Newtonian Vis- 
cous Liquid, Around a Cylindrical Obstacle 
Near the Bed of a Glacier, 
W80-04320 1313 2C 

A Mathematical Approach to the Theory of 

Glacier Sliding, 

W80-04321 1313 2C 



Empirical Studies of Ice Sliding, 
W80-04323 



1313 2C 



Sediment-Water Chemical Exchange in the 

Coastal Zone Traced by in Situ Radon-222 Flux 

Measurements, 

W80-05765 1318 2L 

Criteria for the Instability of Upper-Stage Plane 

Beds, 

W80-05936 1318 2J 

Determination of Actual Evaporation for Hy- 
drological Budgets Using Infra-Red Thermo- 
metry by Remote Sensing (Determination De 
L'Evaporation Reelle Dans Les Bilans Hydrolo- 
giques Par La Teledetection en Thermographic 
Infra-Rouge), 
W80-06482 1324 2D 

Numerical Modelling of Suspended Sediments, 
W80-06485 1324 2J 



The Melting of Ice in Cold Stratified Water, 
W80-06620 1324 2C 

Benthic Boundary-Layer Velocity Profiles: De- 
pendence on Averaging Period, 
W80-06621 1324 2L 

Shearing Flows of Granular Materials, 
W80-06679 1324 8E 

On Finite Element Analysis of Nonlinear Heat 

Transfer With Phase Changes, 

W80-06926 1324 2C 

On the Accuracy of Finite Element Solutions of 
Problems With Traction Boundary Conditions, 
W80-06931 1324 8 A 

Elastic Grid Deformation for Moving Boundary 
Problems in Two Space Dimensions, 
W80-06934 1324 2F 

BOUNDARY SHEAR 

Open Channel Flow with Varying Bed Rough- 
ness, 
W80-01280 1304 2E 

BOUNDARY VALUES 

Moving Boundary Numerical Surge Model, 
W80-01456 1304 2L 

BOWEN RATIO 

Evaluation of the Bowen Ratio/Energy Balance 

Method for Determining Forest Evapotranspira- 

tion, 

W80-06405 1321 2D 

BRACKISH WATER 

Development of Low Pressure Brackish Water 

Reverse Osmosis Membranes, 

W80-02296 1306 3 A 

An Evaluation of Marginal Waters as a Natural 

Resource in Israel, 

W80-03742 1311 3C 

Low Pressure Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis 
Membrane Development - Final Report, 
W80-03749 1311 3 A 

Disturbance Tolerance and Competition in 

Brackish Marsh Plants, 

W80-05623 1317 21 

Asphalt-Channel Prevents Brackishness (As- 

phalt-Kanalebvoorkom Brak), 

W80-06000 1318 3F 

Solar Powered Electrodialysis - Part I: Design 
of a Solar Powered Electrodialysis System for 
Desalting Remote, Brackish Water Sources. 
W80-06001 1319 3 A 

Draft Environmental Assessment Desalting 

Demonstration Plant, Alamogordo, New 

Mexico. 

W80-06702 1324 3 A 

Draft Environmental Assessment Desalting 
Demonstration Plant, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
W80-06703 1324 3 A 

BRAHMAPUTRA RIVER (INDIA) 

Very Large Floods in the Brahmaputra River in 
August 1962, Part I: Synoptic Aspects, 
W80-03598 1310 2B 

BRANCH-AND-BOUND-METHOD 

Generation and Evaluation of Alternative Plans 
for Regional Wastewater Systems: An Imputed 
Value Method, 
W80-00982 1303 5D 

BRANCHIOSTOMA 

Observations of Mercury Levels in Branchios- 

toma Caribaeum, 

W80-01067 1303 5 A 



SU-51 






BRANDON ROAD DAM 



SUBJECT INDEX 



BRANDON ROAD DAM 

Stability and Stress Analyses of Brandon Road 

Dam, Illinois Waterway, 

W80-03558 1310 8A 

BRAZIL 

Considerations About the Climate and Hydrolo- 

gical Regime in Southern and Southeastern 

Brazil, 

W80-01806 1305 2A 

Recycling of Water in the Amazon Basin: An 

Isotopic Study, 

W80-02181 1306 2A 

On the Resistance of Isolated Bivalve Gill Pieces 
to Oxygen Deficiency and Hydrogen Sulphide, 
W80-04009 1312 5C 

Diurnal Rainfall Variation in Northeast Brazil, 
W80-06094 1319 2B 

An Alternative Model for Dry-Spell Probability 

Analysis, 

W80-06288 1320 2B 

BRAZOS RIVER BASIN 

Water Resources Data for Texas, Water Year 
1978-Volume 2. San Jacinto River Basin, 
Brazos River Basin, San Bernard River Basin, 
and Intervening Coastal Basins, 
W80-06049 1319 1C 

BRAZOS RIVER (TX) 

Impact of Discharge From Possum Kingdom 
Reservoir (Texas) on Genie Adaptation in 
Aquatic Organisms, 

W80-O633O 1321 5C 

BREAKTHROUGH CURVES 

Modeling Groundwater Flow Fields Containing 
Point Singularities: Streamlines, Travel Times, 
and Breakthrough Curves, 

W80-03956 1312 2F 

BREAKWATERS 

Tillamook Bay Entrance Refraction Study, Til- 
lamook, Oregon, 
W80-00501 1302 8A 

Performance Analysis of Tethered Float Break- 
water, 
W80-00587 1302 8B 



Multi-Walled Breakwater, 
W80-00893 



1303 8 A 



Wave Diffraction by Absorbing Wedge, 
W8D-02335 1306 2L 

Armour Unit for Wave Energy Absorption, 
W80-03207 1309 8A 

South Jetty Stability Study, Masonboro Inlet, 
North Carolina: Hydraulic Model Investigation, 
W80-03397 1310 8B 

A Study of Submerged Breakwaters, 
W80-06606 1324 8B 

BREAM 

The Source of Muddy Odor in Bream (Abramis 

Brama) from the Porvoo Sea Area (Gulf of 

Finland), 

W80-00661 1302 5A 

Pesticide Residues in Lake Balaton, 

W80-04402 1313 5B 

BREEDING 

Use of Prairie Pothole Habitat by Breeding Mal- 
lards, 
W80-00322 1301 21 

Waterfowl Pair Use of Natural and Man-Made 

Wetlands in South Dakota, 

WfiO-0344] 1310 6G 



The Breeding Biology of Marine Birds Associat- 
ed with Chiniak Bay, Kodiak Island, 1975-1978, 
W80-05043 1315 5B 

Breeding Biology and Feeding Habits of Sea- 
birds of Sitkalidak Strait, 
W80-05044 1315 5B 

The Pelagic Birds of Tuxedni Wilderness, 

Alaska, 

W80-05045 1315 5C 

Reproductive Ecology of Seabirds at Middleton 

Island, Alaska, 

W 80-05046 1315 5B 

Population Dynamics and Trophic Relationships 
of Marine Birds in the Gulf of Alaska and South- 
ern Bering Sea. Part 6: Populations and Ecology 
of Seabirds of the Koniuji Group, Shumagin 
Islands, Alaska, 
W80-05049 1315 5C 

BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION 

Four Floods Almost Wreck Coffer Dams. 
W80-06450 1321 8 A 

BRIDGE DESIGN 

Copper River Hydraulics Study at Million 

Dollar Bridge, Alaska, 

W80-06051 1319 8B 

BRIDGES 

Water-Quality Assessment of Runoff from a 
Rural Highway Bridge Near Tallahassee, Flor- 
ida, 
W80-00767 1302 5B 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, West Fork Amite River Near Lib- 
erty, Mississippi, 
W80-06348 1321 6A 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, Thompson Creek Near Clara, Mis- 



sissippi, 
W80-06353 



1321 6A 



BRIENOMYRUS 

Electric Fish as a Tool for Water Quality As- 
sessment, 
W80-00659 1302 5A 

BRIGHTNESS TEMPERATURES 

Microwave Brightness of Polar Firn as Meas- 
ured by Nimbus 5 and 6 ESMR, 
W80-06666 1324 7B 

BRINE SHRIMP 

The Biochemical Composition of the Larvae of 
Two Strains of Artemia Salina (L.) Reared on 
two Different Algal Foods, 
W80-00502 1302 5C 

Changes in the Physiological Processes of 
Aquatic Organisms Under the Influence of a 
Constant Magnetic Field, 
W80-03995 1312 5A 

BRINES 

Reuse of Brines in Commercial Cucumber Fer- 
mentations, 
W8O-00128 1301 5D 

Reduction of Wastes from Cucumber Pickle 
Processing by Use of the Controlled Culture 
Fermentation Process, 
W80-00139 1301 5D 

Reuse of Fermentation Brines in the Cucumber 

Pickling Industry, 

W80-00251 1301 5D 

Chemical Aspects of a Brine Pool at the East 

Flower Garden Bank, Northwestern Gulf of 

Mexico, 

W80-O0626 1302 2K 



Electrical Resistivity of Geoihermal Brines, 
W80-05542 1317 IB 

The Study of a Natural Hypersaline Lagoon in a 

Desert Area (The Bardawil Lagoon in Northern 

Sinai), 

W80-05851 1318 2L 

Experimental Salinity Alleviation at Malaga 

Bend of the Pecos River, Eddy County, New 

Mexico, 

W80-06513 1324 5G 

Reuse of Fermentation Brines in the Cucumber 
Pickling Industry: Executive Summary, 
W80-06562 1324 3E 

BRISBANE ESTUARY (AUSTRALIA) 

Mathematical Modeling of Dissolved Oxygen in 

Mixed Estuaries, 

W80-01861 1305 5B 



BRISTOL AVON (UK) 
Rivers of Resource, 

W80-05757 



1318 6E 



BRISTOL BAY (AK) 

Bristol Bay Oceanographic Processes (B-BOP), 
W80-05344 1316 5A 

BRISTOL CHANNEL (UK) 

Evidence for the Formation and Age of a Com- 
mercial Sand Deposit in the Bristol Channel, 
W80-06661 1324 2L 

BRITAIN 

The Occurrence of Bryophytes on British Salt- 
marshes, 
W80-05308 1316 21 

BRITISH COAST 

Chemical and Physical Processes Controlling 
the Chemical Composition of Suspended Materi- 
al in the River Tay Estuary, 
W80-00960 1303 2L 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Importance of Lake-River Interaction on Sea- 
sonal Patterns in the General Circulation of 
Kamloops Lake, British Columbia, 
W80-OO631 1302 2H 

Sedimentation Processes in a Short Residence- 
Time Intermontane Lake, Kamloops Lake, Brit- 
ish Columbia, 
W80-01034 1303 2J 

Glacier Surveys in British Columbia- 1976, 
W80-01169 1303 2C 

Initial Impacts of Experimental Fish Introduc- 
tions on the Macrozooplankton of Small Oligo- 
trophy Lakes, 
W 80-0 1767 1305 5G 

Seiche Excitation in Port San Juan, British Co- 
lumbia, 
W80-01869 1305 2L 

Phenology of Chironomus Spp. In Saline Lakes 

of Central British Columbia, 

W80-02564 1307 5C 

Development of Hydrometric Networks in Brit- 
ish Columbia, 

W80-03944 1312 7A 

A Sequence of Glacial Deformation, Erosion, 
and Deposition at the Ice-Rock Interface During 
the Last Glaciation: Cranbrook, British Colum- 
bia, Canada, 
W80-04333 1313 2C 

Estimates of Entrainment in the Fraser River 

Plume, British Columbia, 

W8O-05478 1317 2L 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



CADDISFUES 



Time-Series Modelling of Avalanche Activity 

from Meteorological Data, 

W80-06102 1319 2C 

Role of Advective Terms in Tidally Generated 

Residual Circulation, 

W80-06136 1319 2L 

Sedimentation in the Fraser River and its Estu- 
ary, Southwestern British Columbia (Canada), 
W80-06653 1324 2J 

BROAD-CRESTED WEIRS 

Broad-Crested Weirs for Portable Flow Meter- 



ing, 
W80-O4527 



1314 8A 



BROMIDES 

Enhancement of Luminol Chemiluminescence 

with Halide Ions, 

W80-03094 1309 5 A 

BROMINE 

Environmental Bromine in Freshwater and 

Freshwater Organisms: Factors Affecting Bioac- 

cumulation, 

W80-O084O 1303 5 A 

BROOK TROUT 

Diet of Brook Trout (Salvelinus Fintinalis 
Mitchell) and Brown Trout (Salmo Trutta L.) in 
an Alpine Stream, 
W80-01770 1305 5C 

BROOKS RANGE 

Some Larvae of Diamesinae and Podonominae, 
Chironomidae from the Brooks Range, Alaska, 
with Provisional Key, 
W80-0O218 1301 1A 

BROWARD COUNTY (FL) 
Dynamic Water Quality Modeling in Southeast 
Florida, 
W80-05726 1318 5B 

BROWN TROUT 

Toxicity of 4-Chloro-O-Cresol to Fish. Light 

Microscopy and Chemical Analysis of the 

Tissue, 

W80-00391 1301 5A 

The Influence of Chemical Reclamation on a 

Small Brown Trout Stream in Southwestern 

Wisconsin, 

W80-01450 1304 5G 

Diet of Brook Trout (Salvelinus Fintinalis 
Mitchell) and Brown Trout (Salmo Trutta L.) in 
an Alpine Stream, 
W80-01770 1305 5C 

Remarkable Yield of Brown Trout (Salmo 

Trutta L.) in Lakes Near the Hardanger Glacier, 

Norway, 

W80-01774 1305 5C 

Reducing Levels of Mirex, Aroclor 1254, and 

DDE by Trimming and Cooking Lake Ontario 

Brown Trout (Salmo Trutta Linnaeus) and 

Smallmouth Bass (Micropterus Dolomieui Lace- 

pede), 

W80-02938 1308 5C 

Interactions Between Vascular Actions of De- 
tergent and Catecholamines in Perfused Gills of 
European Eel, Anguilla Anguilla L. and Brown 
Trout, Salmo Trutta, L., 
W80-04388 1313 5 A 

BROWSE UTILIZATION 

Browsing and Grazing by Cladoceran Filter 

Feeders, 

W80-01978 1305 5C 

BRUSH BAYOU (LA) 
Flood Plain Information: Shreveport, Louisiana, 
No. 2, Brush Bayou and Tributaries. 
W80-02016 1306 2E 



BRUSHLANDS 

Computer Simulation of the Cumulative Effects 
of Brushland Fire-Management Policies, 
W80-06938 1324 6A 

BUBBLE SCREENS 

Physical Modeling of Bubble Screens, 
W80-05432 1317 8B 

BUBBLES 

Bubble Populations and Spectra in Coastal 
Waters: A Photographic Approach, 
W80-00352 1301 2L 

Air Bubbles in a Convectively Accelerated 

Water Flow, 

W80-03740 1311 8B 

Physical Modeling of Bubble Screens, 
W80-05432 1317 8B 

BUDGETING 

Labor Wage Rates, Productivity, and the Cost 

of Water Supply, 

W80-02047 1306 6C 

BUFFALO FISH 

Experiments in Recycling Swine Manure in 

Fishponds, 

W80-05333 1316 5C 

BUFFERING 

Buffering of Silica and Phosphate in a Turbid 

River, 

W80-04252 1313 5B 

BUFFERS 

Mechanisms of Regulation of the Acid-Base Bal- 
ance in Fish as They Adapt to Carbon Dioxide 
Levels in an Aqueous Environment, 
W80-03994 1312 5A 

BULGARIA 

An Approach to the Construction of the Re- 
gional Water Resource Model, 
W80-03587 1310 6A 

BULK DENSITY 

Estimating Soil Water Retention Characteristics 
from Particle Size Distribution, Organic Matter 
Percent, and Bulk Density, 
W80-04038 1312 2G 

BUOYANCY 

Buoyancy of Natural Populations of Marine 

Phytoplankton, 

W80-04139 1312 5C 

Unified Presentation of Buoyant Surface Jets in 

Three Dimensions, 

W80-05237 1316 8B 

BUOYANT JETS 

Bifurcation of Buoyant Jets in a Crossflow, 
W80-05238 1316 8B 

BURBOT 

Occurrence of PCB Residues in Burbot (Lota 

Lota) and Lake Trout (Salvelinus Namaycush) 

from the Churchill Falls Power Development 

Area, 

W80-0O856 1303 5 A 

BURIED RIVER VALLEY AQUIFERS 

Delineation of Buried River Valley Aquifers in 

Dissected Till Plains, 

W80-03302 1310 7C 

BURIED RIVER VALLEYS 

Gravity Geophysical Delineation of Buried 
Channel Aquifers in the Dissected Till Plains of 
Northern Missouri, 
W80-05463 1317 6A 

BURLEIGH COUNTY (ND) 

Flood Plain Information: Missouri River, Bis- 
marck-Burleigh County, North Dakota. 
W80-02873 1308 2E 



BURNING 

Emissions from In Situ Burning of Crude Oil in 

the Arctic, 

W80-02061 1306 5C 

Computer Simulation of the Cumulative Effects 
of Brushland Fire-Management Policies, 
W80-06938 1324 6A 

BURNS VALLEY CREEK (MN) 
Flood Plain Information: Gilmore Creek, Burns 
Valley Creek, Pleasant Valley Creek, Vicinity of 
Winona, Minnesota, 
W80-01403 1304 2E 

BURROWS 

Biogenic Sedimentary Structures Produced by 
crabs in Lagoon Margin and Salt Marsh Envi- 
ronments Near Beaufort, North Carolina, 
W80-05320 1316 21 

BUTTE BASIN (CA) 

Flood Hydrology of Butte Basin, 1973-77 Water 
Years, Sacramento Valley, California, 
W80-01589 1304 2E 

BUTTERMILK SOUND (GEORGIA) 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, But- 
termilk Sound Marsh Development Site, Atlan- 
tic Intracoastal Waterway, Georgia: Appendix 
A: Propagation of Marsh Plants and Post-Propa- 
gation Monitoring, 
W80-03399 1310 5E 

BUTTERNUT CREEK (NY) 

Floodflow Characteristics of 3utternut Creek 
and Jamesville Reservoir, Jamesville, Onondaga 
County, New York, 
W80-03488 1310 2E 



BUTTRESS DAMS 

Roman Dams, 
W80-02025 



1306 8 A 



BUZZARDS BAY (MA) 
Tidal Resuspension in Buzzards Bay, Massachu- 
setts, III. Seasonal Cycles of Nitrogen and 
Carbon: Nitrogen Ratios in the Seston and Zoo- 
plankton, 
W80-06657 1324 2L 

BYPRODUCTS 

Commercial Feasibility of Recovering Tomato 

Peeling Residuals, 

W80-00124 1301 5D 

Recovery of Soluble Serum Proteins from Meat 

Industry Wastes, 

W80-00132 1301 5D 

Single Cell Protein from Food Wastes by the 

Deep Tank Process, 

W80-00134 1301 5D 



Potato Juice Processing, 
W80-00136 



1301 5D 



Recovery and Application of Organic Wastes 
from the Louisiana Shrimp Canning Industry, 
W80-00137 1301 5D 

Energy and Useful By-Product Recovery from 

Animal Wastes, 

W80-01639 1305 5D 

CADDISFLIES 

Life History and Dynamics of a Hydropsyche 
Instabilis Curtis (Trichoptera, Hydropsychidae) 
Population in a West German Woodland Brook, 
W80-02560 1307 5C 

Life Cycle of Limnephilus Affinis Curt, (Tri- 
choptera: Limnephilidae) in Iceland and in 
Northumberland, England, 
W80-02561 1307 5C 



SU-53 






CADDO RIVER (AR) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CADDO RIVER (AR) 
Coliforms and Water Quality: Use of Data in 
Project Design and Operation, 
W80-05262 1316 5B 

CADIUM 

Heavy Metal Residues in Dulse, An Edible Sea- 
weed, 
W80-01757 1305 5A 

CADMIUM 

Accumulation of Cadmium by Dunaliella Tertio- 

lecta Butcher, 

W80-00398 1301 5 A 

Effects of Oral Administration of Cadmium on 
Fish-V Effects on Calcium and Inorganic Phos- 
phorus Excretion in the Carp, 
W80-00663 1302 5 A 

Uptake, Binding and Clearance of Divalent Cad- 
mium in Glycera Dibranchiata (Annelida: Poly- 
chaeta), 
W80-00664 1302 5 A 

Body Burden of Chromium, Copper, Cadmium 
and Lead in the Neustonic Copepod Anomalo- 
cera Patersoni (Pontellidae) Collected from the 
Mediterranean Sea, 
W80-00665 1302 5 A 

The Effect of Cadmium and Lead on the 
Growth of Two Species of Marine Phytoplank- 
ton with Particular Reference to the Develop- 
ment of Tolerance, 
W80-00676 1302 5 A 

Acute Toxicity of Copper, Cadmium and Zinc 
to Three Species of Marine Copepod, 
W80-00679 1302 5A 

Study of Metal Contents of Elasmobranch 
Fishes: Part I-Metal Concentration in the Muscle 
Tissues of a Dogfish, Squalus Mitsukurii, 
W80-00685 1302 5A 

Biogeochemistry of Selected Heavy Metals in 

Western Port, Victoria, and Use of Invertebrates 

as Indicators with Emphasis on Mytilus Edulis 

Planulatus, 

W80-00788 1302 5A 

Uptake of Cadmium by the Eelgrass Zostera 

Marina, 

W80-00789 1302 5 A 

The Rock Oyster Saccostrea Glomerata as an 
Indicator of Trace Metals in Hong Kong, 
W80-00793 1302 5 A 

Heavy Metal Exchange by Ascophyllum Nodo- 
sum (Phaeophyceae) Plants in Situ, 
W80-00816 1303 5B 

Automatic Culture Systems for Growing Lamin- 
aria Saccharina (Phaeophyceae) and Testing the 
Effects of Pollutants, 
W80-00817 1303 5A 

Relationship of the Physiology of Aquatic Or- 
ganisms to the Lethality of Toxicants: A Broad 
Overview with Emphasis on Membrane Perme- 
ability, 
W80-00825 1303 5A 

Evidence for the Protective Effect of Metalloth- 

ioneins Against Inorganic Mercury Injuries to 

Fish, 

W80-00839 1303 5A 

Studies on the Depuration of Cadmium and 

Copper by the American Oyster Crassostrea 

Virginica, 

W80-00843 1303 5B 



Variability of the Concentrations of Seventeen 
Trace Elements in the Muscle and Liver of a 
Single Striped Bass, Morone Saxatilis, 
W80-00846 1303 5 A 

Effects of In Vivo Cadmium Exposure on AT- 
Passes in Gill of the Lobster, Homarus Ameri- 
can us, 
W80-00851 1303 5A 

Combined Effects of Temperature, Salinity and 
Cadmium on Development, Growth and Mortal- 
ity of Mytilus Edulis Larvae from the Western 
Baltic Sea, 
W80-00858 1303 5B 

Influence of Salinity and Cadmium on Capsule 

Strength in Pacific Herring Eggs, 

W80-00865 1303 5 A 

Influence of Salinity and Cadmium on the 

Volume of Pacific Herring Eggs, 

W80-00866 1303 5 A 

Toxicity of Some Heavy Metals for Daphnia 
Magna Strauss, as a Function of Temperature, 
W80-01059 1303 5A 

Uptake and Accumulation of Cadmium by Oph- 

ryotrocha Diadema (Polychaeta), 

W80-01062 1303 5A 

Temperature and Salinity Effects on the Acute 

Toxicity of Cadmium to Laomedea Loveni (Hy- 

drozoa), 

W80-01065 1303 5A 

Effect of Selected Water Toxicants and Other 
Chemicals upon Adenosine Triphosphatase Ac- 
tivity in Vitro, 
W80-01073 1303 5A 

Biological Availability of Sediment-Bound Cad- 
mium to the Edible Cockle, Cerastoderma 
Edule, 
W80-01088 1303 5A 

Hatching Success and Larval Mortality in an 
Estuarine Teleost, Menidia Menidia (Linnaeus), 
Exposed to Cadmium in Constant and Fluctuat- 
ing Salinity Regimes, 
W80-01096 1303 5A 

Some Effects of Certain Metals on Development 
and Mortality Within the Moult Cycle of Cran- 
gon Crangon(L.), 
W80-01108 1303 5A 

Guidelines for Surface Water Quality Vol 1 In- 
organic Chemical Substances Cadmium, 
W80-01168 1303 5C 

The Influence of Heavy Metals on a Mixed 

Bacterial Population of Sewage Origin in the 

Chemostat, 

W80-01324 1304 5C 

Effects of Sublethal Concentrations of Cadmium 
as Possible Indicators of Cadmium Pollution for 
Two Populations of Acartia Clausi (Copepoda) 
Living at Two Differently Polluted Areas, 
W80-01329 1304 5C 

Toxic Cations and Marine Biota: Analysis of 

Research Effort During the Three- Year Period 

1974-1976, 

W80-01333 1304 5A 

Effects of Mercury, Cadmium, and Lead Com- 
pounds on Regeneration in Estuarine Fishes and 
Crabs, 
W80-01334 1304 5C 

Copper and Cadmium Induced Changes in the 

Metabolism and Structure of Molluscan Gill 

Tissue, 

W80-01338 1304 5B 



Cadmium Toxicity to Freshwater Algae, 
W80-O1347 1304 5C 

Detection Limits of a Biological Monitoring 

System Based on Fish Respiration, 

W80-02088 1306 5A 

Cadmium in Mytilus Edulis from German Coast- 
al Waters, 
W80-02094 1306 5B 

Considerations in Assessing the Potential for, 
and Significance of, Biomagnification of Chemi- 
cal Residues in Aquatic Food Chains, 
W80-02115 1306 5A 

Heavy Metals in the Sea-Skater Halobates Ro- 
bustus from the Galapagos Islands: Concentra- 
tions in Nature and Uptake Experiments, with 
Special Reference to Cadmium, 
W80-02221 1306 5A 

Influence of Social Rank on the Behaviour of 
Bluegill, Lepomis Macrochirus Rafinesque Ex- 
posed to Sublethal Concentrations of Cadmium 
and Zinc, 
W80-02227 1306 5C 

Study of the Effects of Mining and Milling Op- 
erations on High Mountain Streams, 
W80-02250 1306 5 A 

Study of the Effects of Metalic Ions on Fish and 

Aquatic Organisms, 

W80-02251 1306 5 A 

Heavy Metal Contents in Coastal Water Fishes 

of West Malaysia, 

W80-02427 ' 1307 5 A 

New Data on the Distribution of Pollutants and 
Their Effect on Some Hyponeuston Constituents 
in the S.E. Mediterranean, 
W 80-02948 1308 5 A 

Relationship of Cadmium-Induced Hypocalce- 
mia with Mortality in Rainbow Trout (Salmo 
Gairdneri) and the Influence of Temperature on 
Toxicity, 
W80-02956 1308 5B 

Levels of Metal Pollutants in Sediments and 

Biota of the Gulf of Trieste: A Long Term 

Survey, 

W80-03228 1309 5 A 

Pollution Monitoring of Eleven Trace Elements 
in Three Marine Organisms from Saronikos 
Gulf, Greece, 
W80-03230 1309 5 A 

Trace Metals and Organochlorine Residue Con- 
tent of Mullidae Family Fishes and Sediments in 
the Vicinity of Erdemli (Icel), Turkey, 
W80-03231 1309 5A 

Accumulation and Distribution of Heavy Metals 
in Some Marine Organisms in the Bay of Izmir 
and in Aegean Coasts, 
W80-03239 1309 5 A 

Uptake and Cellular Distribution of Cadmium in 

Mytilus Edulis, 

W80-03263 1309 5B 

Heavy Metals (Hg, Cd, Cu, Pb, Zn) in Liver and 

Muscle Tissue of Fresh-Water Perch (Perca Flu- 

viatilis) of the Lake of Biel and the Walensee (In 

German), 

W80-03269 1309 5A 

Accumulation of Cadmium by Green Microal- 

gae, 

W80-03276 1309 5B 

Organochlorines and Metals in Harbour Seals 

(Dutch Wadden Sea), 

W80-03280 1309 5B 



SU 54 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CALIFORNIA 



Isolation and Elemental Analysis of Metal-Rich 
Granules from the Kidney of the Scallop, Pecten 
Maximus (L.), 
W80-03282 1309 5A 

Concentrations of Arsenic, Selenium and Ten 
Heavy Metals in School Shark, Galeorhinus 
Australis (Macleay), and Gummy Shark, Muste- 
lus Antarcticus Gunther, from South-Eastern 
Australian Waters, 
W80-03285 1309 5 A 

Combined Effects of Cadmium, Copper and 
Lead on Developing Herring Eggs and Larvae, 
W80-03286 1309 5A 

Heavy Metals in the Sediments of the Gulf of 

Bothnia, 

W80-03295 1309 5 A 

Hydroids in Biotest: Clava Multicornis Exposed 

to Cadmium, 

W80-03296 1309 5 A 

Toxic Effects and Accumulation of Cadmium in 
Some Benthic Organisms of the Baltic, 
W80-03297 1309 5 A 

Two Heavy Metal-Binding Proteins in the 
Midgut Gland of the Crab Carcinus Maenas, 
W80-03339 1310 5B 

Longevity and Reproduction of Daphnia Pulex 
(De Geer) Exposed to Cadmium-Contaminated 
Food or Water, 
W80-03439 1310 5A 

The Transfer of Cadmium from Marine Hetero- 
trophic Bacteria to Macoma Balthica, 
W80-03897 1311 5C 

The Environmental Transport of Lead and Cad- 
mium, 
W80-03914 1312 5B 

Heavy Metal Tolerance of Marine Phytoplank- 
ton. IV. Combined Effect of Zinc and Cadmium 
on Growth and Uptake in Some Marine Dia- 
toms, 
W80-03982 1312 5A 

Effects of Trace Metals on Growth of Yellow 
Perch (Perca Flavescens) as Measured by RNA- 
DNA Ratios, 
W80-04390 1313 5C 

The Effects of Interacting Salinity, Cadmium, 
and Mercury on Population Growth of an Ar- 
chiannelid, Dinophilus Gyrociliatus, 
W80-04403 1313 5 A 

Correlation Between Cadmium Concentration in 
the Water and Tissue Residue Levels in Dab, 
Limanda Limanda L., and Plaice, Pleuronectes 
Platessa L., 
W80-04407 1313 5 A 

Oxygen Content and Toxicity for Fish of Some 

Substances in Heated Waters, 

W80-04681 1314 5 A 

Tissue Metal Concentrations in Two Crayfish 
Species Cohabiting a Tennessee Cave Stream, 
W80-04696 1314 5 A 

Variables Affecting Body Burdens of Lead, Zinc 
and Cadmium in a Roadside Population of the 
Snail Cepaea Hortensis Muller, 
W 80-04702 1314 5C 

Osmotic Responses of Eggs and Larvae of the 
Pacific Herring to Salinity and Cadmium, 
W80-04733 1314 5B 

Cadmium Toxicity to Three Species of Estuar- 

ine Invertebrates, 

W80-04736 1314 5 A 



Liver Cadmium Uptake, Catalase Inhibition and 
Cadmium Thionein Production in the Killifish 
(Fundulus Heteroclitus) Induced by Experimen- 
tal Cadmium Exposure, 
W80-04738 1314 5B 

Chlorotic Death of Lemna Gibba by Cadmium 
in Different Concentrations of Nutritional Min- 
erals (In Japanese), 
W80-04742 1314 5 A 

Temperature and Adaptation to Pollution as 
Factors Influencing the Acute Toxicity of Cd to 
the Planktonic Copepod Acartia Clausi, 
W80-04891 1315 5 A 

Cadmium, Zinc and Copper Accumulation in 

Limpets (Patella Vulgata) from the Bristol 

Channel with Special Reference to Metalloth- 

ioneins, 

W80-04893 1315 5B 

Accumulation and Biological Effects of Cadmi- 
um in Rainbow Trout, 
W80-04896 1315 5B 

The Effect of Lead, Cadmium, and Mercury on 

the Increase in Length of Five Intertidal Fu- 

cales, 

W80-04910 1315 5C 

Dynamics of Cadmium-Stressed Plankton Com- 
munities, 
W80-05414 1317 2H 

Aspects of the Aquatic Chemistry of Cadmium 
and Zinc in a Heavy Metal Contaminated Lake, 
W80-06775 1324 5B 



CAIRO (EGYPT) 

Nile River Discharge, 
W80-02901 



1308 2B 



CALCAREOUS SOILS 

Effect of Using Sewage Effluent on Calcareous 

Soils, 

W80-02200 1306 3C 

CALCITE 

Subglacial Regelation Water Film, 

W80-04336 1313 2C 

CALCIUM 

Removal of Naturally Occurring Manganese 
from Alabama Waters by Rapid Sand Filtration 
Using Calcium as aFilter Aid, 
W80-01205 1304 5F 

Effects of Toxic Amounts of Dietary Zinc on 
the Growth and Body Components of Rainbow 
Trout at Two Levels of Calcium (In Japanese). 
W80-02102 1306 5 A 

Fluxes of Dissolved and Particulate Calcium in 
Selected Tissues of Crassostrea Virginica, 
W80-02966 1308 5B 

Acidity and Species Diversity in Freshwater 
Crustacean Faunas, 

W80-04731 1314 5 A 

Removal of Bacteriophage Escherichia coli Tl 
by Sand Columns Using Ca(2 + ) as a Filter Aid, 
W80-05811 1318 5F 

CALCIUM CARBONATE 

Nips, Notches, and the Solution of Coastal 
Limestone: An Overview of the Problem with 
Examples from Greece, 
W 80-0462 8 1314 2 J 

CALCIUM RADIOISOTOPES 

Kinetics of Accumulation of Some Radionu- 
clides by Marine Bacteria, 
W80-03997 1312 5A 



CALIBRATIONS 

An Automatic Electrical Resistance Soil-Mois- 
ture Measuring System, 
W80-04622 1314 2G 

The Effect of Data Independence in Model Cali- 
bration and Model Testing, 
W80-05141 1316 7C 

CALIFORNIA 

Real-Time Flood Forecasting for Southern Cali- 
fornia, 
W80-00340 1301 2E 

The Role of the Permit System in the California 

Coastal Strategy, 

W80-00364 1301 6E 

The Coastal Commissions and State Agencies: 

Conflict and Cooperation, 

W8O-O0365 1301 6E 



Re-Use of Foreign Waters, 
W8O-0O384 



1301 6E 



Instream Flow Strategies for California, 
W8O-0O532 1302 6E 

Analysis of Toxicity Data for California Marine 

Water Quality Standards, 

W80-00689 1302 5C 

Ground-Water Conditions in the Eureka Area, 
Humboldt County, California, 1975, 
W8O-O0926 1303 2F 

Pesticide Residues in Agricultural Drains, 

Southeastern Desert Area, California, 

W 80-00942 1303 5B 

Ground-Water Storage for California Water 

Project, 

W80-01282 1304 6E 

Pollution Control at the Maritime Frontier: The 
Limits of State Extraterritorial Power, 
W80-01550 1304 6E 

Water Management of the Future: A Ground- 
water Storage Program for the California State 
Water Project, 
W80-01553 1304 6E 

Flood Hydrology of Butte Basin, 1973-77 Water 
Years, Sacramento Valley, California, 
W80-01589 1304 2E 

The Quality of Groundwater in California, 
W80-01734 1305 5B 

Seasonal Patterns of Onshore/Offshore Sedi- 
ment Movement, 
W80-01832 1305 2L 

Comprehensive Framework Study-California 

Region: Main Report. 

W80-02033 1306 6B 

Comprehensive Framework Study-California 
Region: Appendix IX-Flood Control. 
W80-02034 1306 4A 

Comprehensive Framework Study-California 
Region: Appendix XVI-Shoreline Protection 
and Development. 
W80-02035 1306 6B 

Comprehensive Framework Study-California 
Region: Appendix XVII-Navigation. 
W80-02036 1306 6D 

San Francisco Bay: The Wetlands Beseiged, 
W80-02278 1306 6G 

Influence of Well Water Quality Variability on 
Sampling Decisions and Monitoring, 
W80-02356 1306 5B 



SU-55 



CALIFORNIA 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Cultural Resource Inventory of Areas Affected 
by Reject Stream Replacement Projects, 
W80-02738 1308 6G 

Factors Influencing the Low Phytoplankton 
Standing Crop in Suisun Bay During the 1976- 
1977 Drought, 
W80-02741 1308 2E 

Water-Quality Conditions in the New River, 

Imperial County, California, 

W80-03164 1309 5B 

Soil Sediment Deposits in Subsurface Drains, 
W80-03178 1309 4A 

Testing of Several Runoff Models on an Urban 

Watershed, 

W80-03352 1310 2A 



Nationalizing Lake Tahoe. 
W80-03419 



1310 6E 



Combined Vegetative-Structural Slope Stabiliza- 
tion, 
W80-03455 1310 4D 

Assessment of Effects of Altered Stream Flow 
Characteristics on Fish and Wildlife. Part B: 
California, Case Studies, 
W80-03517 1310 6G 

Industrial Water Allocation and Conservation in 

California. 

W80-03597 1310 3E 

Proceedings of the Twelfth Biennial Conference 

on Groundwater, Sacramento, September 20-21, 

1979. 

W80-03641 1311 4B 

Index to Sources of Hydrologic Data, 
W80-03744 1311 7C 

Reborn Federalism in Western Water Law: The 

New Melones Dam Decision, 

W80-03795 1311 6E 

Breathing New Life into Section 8 of the 1902 
Reclamation Act: California V. United States, 
W80-03814 1311 6E 

State Control Over Federal Reclamation Pro- 
jects, 
W80-03823 1311 6E 

Owner Eligibility Restrictions - Acreage and 

Residency, 

W80-03883 1311 6E 

'One Person, One Vote' and California's Water 

Districts, 

W80-03886 1311 6E 

Litigation of the Reclamation Law in the Impe- 
rial Valley: Who Has Standing to Challenge 
Which Law, 
W80-03888 1311 3F 

Climatological Estimate of the Average Month- 
ly Energy and Water Budgets of Lake Tahoe, 
California-Nevada, 
W80-03953 1312 2H 

Comprehensive Monitoring of Meteorology, 
Hydraulics, and Thermal Regime of the San 
Diego Aqueduct, California, 
W80-04100 1312 2D 

Thermal Modeling of Flow in the San Diego 
Aqueduct, California, and Its Relation to Evapo- 
ration, 
W80-O4102 1312 2D 

The 1976-1977 California Drought-A Review, 
W80-04I89 1312 2E 



Water Resources of the Santa Rosa Indian Res- 
ervation and Vicinity, Riverside County, Cali- 
fornia, 
W80-04376 1313 4B 

The Potential for Developing Ground-Water 
Supplies in the Pescadero Area, San Mateo 
County, California, 
W80-04384 1313 6D 



The California Water Atlas. 
W 80-04444 



1313 2A 



Coastal Zone Management - A New Approach 

in California, 

W80-04586 1314 6E 

State Agency Efforts in Water Conservation. 
W80-04747 1314 3D 

A Pilot Water Conservation Program. 
W80-04749 1314 3D 

Water Conservation in California. 

W80-04750 1314 3D 

Coastal Controls in California: Wave of the 

Future, 

W80-04779 1314 6E 

The Enforcement of Federal Reclamation Law 

in the Westlands Water District: A Broken 

Promise, 

W80-04790 1314 6E 

Sediment Discharge in the Santa Clara River 
Basin, Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, Cali- 
fornia, 
W80-04856 1315 2J 

Coastal Zone Management from an Administra- 
tive Perspective: A Case Study of the San Fran- 
cisco Bay Conservation and Development Com- 
mission, 
W80-04919 1315 6E 

Shoreline Development Controls and Public 

Access to the Ocean's Edge, 

W80-04921 1315 6E 

Saving California's Coast: The Coastal Zone Ini- 
tiative and Its Aftermath, 
W80-04924 1315 6E 

Area of Origin Statutes - The California Experi- 
ence, 
W80-04973 1315 6E 

Innovative Programs and Proposals for the Rec- 
onciliation of Private and Public Interests in the 
California Coastal Zone, 
W80-04977 1315 6E 

Administrative Water Rights Inspections in Cali- 
fornia, 
W 80-05000 1315 6E 

California's Tidelands Trust for Modifiable 

Public Purposes, 

W 80-05069 1315 6E 

The Extent of State Ownership of Submerged 

Lands in California, 

W 80-05071 1315 6E 

State Review of Local Land-Use Decisions: The 

California Coastal Commissions, 

W80-05097 1315 6E 

The Effect of Precipitation Patterns on Surface 

Runoff, 

W80-05233 1316 2A 

Dissolved Oxygen in Intragravel Water of Three 
Tributaries to Redwood Creek, Humboldt 
County, California, 
W80-05259 1316 5B 



A Plan to Study the Aquifer System of the 

Central Valley of California, 

W80-05296 1316 6A 

Hydrological Features of a California Coastal 

Fen, 

W80-05310 1316 2H 

Assessment of Effects of Altered Stream Flow 
Characteristics on Fish and Wildlife. Part B: 
California, Executive Summary, 
W80-05324 1316 6G 

Saving the Coast: The California Coastal Zone 

Conservation Act of 1972 

W80-05377 1316 6E 

Coastal Land Management in California, 
W80-05378 1316 6E 

Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal Siting in the 
California Coastal Zone: The Scope of Permissi- 
ble State Authority, 
W80-05383 1316 6E 

Riparian Forests in California: Their Ecology 

and Conservation. 

W80-05606 1317 2E 

A Survey of Riparian Forest Flora and Fauna in 

California, 

W80-05607 1317 21 

Geologic History of the Riparian Forests of 

California, 

W80-05608 1317 21 

Riparian Forests of the Sacramento Valley, Cali- 
fornia, 
W80-05609 1317 21 

Riparian Vegetation and Flora of the Sacramen- 
to Valley, 
W80-05611 1317 21 

The Valley Riparian Forests of California: Their 

Importance to Bird Populations, 

W80-05612 1317 21 

Habitats of Native Fishes in the Sacramento 

River Basin, 

W80-05613 1317 6G 

Peat Depth of Sierra Nevada Fens, and Profile 
Changes from 1958 to 1972 in Mason Fen, 
W80-05666 1317 2H 

Local-Regional Interaction in the Development 
of Coastal Land-Use Policies: A Case Study of 
Metropolitan Los Angeles, 
W80-05687 1317 6E 

Well-Water Quality Changes Correlated with 
Well Pumping Time and Aquifer Parameters- 
Fresno, California, 

W80-05745 1318 5 A 

Pollen Evidence for Historic Sedimentation 
Rates in California Coastal Marshes, 
W80-05786 1318 2L 

Water Districts Contracting for Water with the 
Bureau of Reclamation - Can a State-created 
Entity Violate State Laws, 
W80-05886 1318 6E 

Federal Water Projects: After California V. 
United States, What Rights Do the State and 
Federal Governments have in the Water, 
W80-05891 1318 6E 

The Legal Aspects of Appropriative Water 

Rights Transfer in California, 

W80-05892 1318 6E 

Evaluating the Impact of Coastal Zone Activi- 
ties: An Illustration of the Evaluation Research 
Approach, 
W80-05896 1318 6E 



SU 56 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CANADA 



California Meets the LNG Terminal, 
W80-05899 1318 6E 

Classification of Ground-Water Recharge Poten- 
tial in Three Parts of Santa Cruz County, Cali- 
fornia, 
W80-06056 1319 4B 

Water Resources Data for California, Water 
Year 1 978-- Volume 2. Pacific Slope Basins from 
Arroyo Grande to Oregon State Line Except 
Central Valley, 
W80-06166 ' 1319 7C 

Water Resources Data for California, Water 
Year 1978- Volume 3. Sothr Central Valley 
Basins and the Great Basin from Walker River 
to Truckee River, 
W80-06167 1319 7C 

Water Resources Data for California, Water 
Year 1978 Volume 4. Northern Central Valley 
Basins and the Great Basin from Honey Lake 
Basin to Oregon State Line, 
W80-06168 1319 7C 

Downwelling over the Southern California 

Shelf, 

W80-06184 1319 2L 

The Temporal Variations of Lead Concentration 

in a Freshwater Lake, 

W80-06253 1320 5A 

Properties and Circulation of San Francisco Bay 

Waters, 

W80-06334 1321 2L 

The Movement and Equilibrium of Bedforms in 

Central San Francisco Bay, 

W80-06335 1321 2L 

Processes Affecting Seasonal Distributions of 
Water Properties in the San Francisco Bay Es- 
tuarine System, 
W80-06336 1321 2L 

Sources and Sinks of Biologically Reactive 
Oxygen, Carbon, Nitrogen, and Silica in North- 
ern San Francisco Bay, 
W80-06337 1321 2L 

Fluctuations of Copper, Zinc, and Silver in Tel- 
lenid Clams as Related to Freshwater Dis- 
charge-South San Francisco Bay, 
W80-06339 1321 5C 

Phytoplankton Ecology of the San Francisco 
Bay System: The Status of our Current Under- 
standing, 
W80-06340 1321 2L 

History, Landforms, and Vegetation of the Es- 
tuary's Tidal Marshes, 
W80-06341 1321 2L 

Natural and Anthropogenic Influences on 

Benthic Community Structure in San Francisco 

Bay, 

W80-06342 1321 5C 

The Statistical Prediction of Beach Changes in 

Southern California, 

W80-06378 1321 2L 

Groundwater Recharge Operations in Califor- 
nia, 
W80-06381 1321 4B 

California Water Resources Center: Chronicle of 

Research, 1957-1980, 

W80-06453 1324 IOC 

Trihalomethane Levels in Public Water Supplies 
Drawn from the Sacramento River System, 
W80-06493 1324 5B 



Satellite Observations of a Nutrient Upwelling 

Off the Coast of California, 

W80-06499 1324 2L 

An Empirical Assessment of Conjunctive Use 

and Water Pricing Policy, 

W80-06556 1324 6D 

Measuring Economic Impacts: The Application 
of Input-Output Analysis to California Water 
Resources Problems, 
W80-06560 1324 6B 

Map of Indian Wells Valley, California, Show- 
ing Change in Water Level, 1963-78, and Hydro- 
graphs of Selected Wells, 
W80-06803 1324 7C 

Water Level Variations Along California Coast, 
W80-06831 1324 2L 

CALIFORNIA AQUEDUCT 

Wind Setup Effects in Large Open Channels, 
W80-06830 1324 8B 

CALIFORNIA CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT 

Real-Time Hourly Reservoir Operation, 
W80-02160 1306 4A 

CALIFORNIA COASTAL PLAN. 'EQUITY 

Equity in Coastal Access: Income and Spatial 
Effects of The Benefits of a New Boat Harbor in 
Metropolitan Los Angeles, 
W80-01969 1305 6B 

CALIFORNIA COASTAL ZONE REGULATION 
ACT 

The Social and Political Matrix of Environmen- 
tal Attitudes. An Analysis of the Vote on the 
California Coastal Zone Regulation Act, 
W80-01470 1304 6B 

CALIORNIA 

Concentrations of Benzo(a)Pyrene in the Sedi- 
ments of Six Western United States Lakes, 
W80-02898 1308 5B 

CANADA 

Depression of pH in Lakes and Streams in Cen- 
tral Ontario During Snowmelt, 
W80-00076 1301 2H 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Organochlorine 
Pesticides in Great Lakes Precipitation, 
W80-00086 1301 5A 

Effects of Acidic Precipitation on Precambrian 

Freshwaters in Southern Ontario, 

W80-00344 1301 5A 

Surface Loading from Pollutants in Precipitation 
in Southern Ontario: Some Climatic and Statisti- 
cal Aspects, 
W80-00345 1301 5 A 

River Basin Planning in Canada, 

W 80-00472 1302 6 A 

Boundary Waters Management, 

W80-00480 1302 6E 

Mapping and Archiving of Canadian Sea Ice 

Data, 

W80-00569 1302 7C 

Archiving and Mapping of Canadian Snow 

Cover Data, 

W80-00574 1302 2C 

Importance of Lake-River Interaction on Sea- 
sonal Patterns in the General Circulation of 
Kamloops Lake, British Columbia, 
W80-00631 1302 2H 

Temporal Variation in the Nutrient Export of 

Rivers Draining into the Bay of Quinte, Ontario, 

Canada, 

W80-00968 1303 5B 



Hydrologic Generating Model Selection, 
W80-01025 1303 2E 

Sedimentation Processes in a Short Residence- 
Time Intermontane Lake, Kamloops Lake, Brit- 
ish Columbia, 
W80-01034 1303 2J 

Survey of Some Canadian Lakes for the Pres- 
ence of Ultrastructurally Discrete Particles in 
the Colloidal Size Range, 
W80-01037 1303 5 A 

Denitrification in the Nitrogen Budget of a 

River Ecosystem, 

W80-01041 1303 5B 

Effects of Suburban Construction on Runoff 
Contributing Zones in a Small Southern Ontario 
Drainage Basin, 
W80-01272 1304 2E 

Microbiological Studies on the Quality of Urban 

Stormwater Runoff in Southern Ontario, 

Canada, 

W80-01283 1304 5A 

A Square Grid Transport Model Relating Land 
Use Exports to Nutrient Loads in Rivers, 
W80-01286 1304 5B 

Accommodation of Indian Treaty Rights in an 
International Fishery: An International Problem 
Begging for an International Solution. 
W80-01579 1304 6E 

Ground Water Heat Pumps - The New Alterna- 
tive, 
W80-01718 1305 8C 

Application of Stream Ecology to Raising 

Salmon Smolts in High Density, 

W80-01768 1305 5G 

Daytime Energy Exchange and Evaporation 

from a Wooded Swamp, 

W80-02182 1306 2D 

Wetland Classification in Western Canada: A 
Guide to Marshes and Shallow Open Water 
Wetlands in the Grasslands and Parklands of the 
Prairie Provinces, 
W80-02321 1306 6B 

The Economics of Marine Fisheries Manage- 
ment in the Era of Extended Jurisdiction: The 
Canadian Perspective. 
W80-02450 1307 6E 

Deposition of Nutrients and Major Ions by Pre- 
cipitation in South-Central Ontario, 
W80-02685 1307 2H 

Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen Data for 

Lake Ontario, 1972 (IFYGL), 

W80-02727 1308 2H 

Microbiological Study of Storm Runoff Waters 
From A 100% Residential Area in Canada, 
W80-02728 1308 5B 

Measurement and Uses of Hydraulic and Nutri- 
ent Budgets, 
W80-02789 1308 2H 

Characteristics of Subarctic Snowcover, 
W80-03034 1309 2C 

Algal and Invertebrate Communities in Three 
Subarctic Lakes Receiving Mine Wastes, 
W80-03457 1310 5C 

Road De-Icing Salts in an Urban Stream and 

Flood Control Reservoir, 

W 80-03468 1310 5B 

Incidents of Elevated Nitrate in Southern Ontar- 
io, 
W80-03623 1311 5B 



SU-57 



CANADA 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Canadian-American Relations in the Arctic: The 
Effect of Environmental Influences Upon Terri- 
torial Claims, 
W80-03852 1311 6E 

Development of Hydrometric Networks in Brit- 
ish Columbia, 
W80-03944 1312 7A 

Triazine Residues in Suspended Solids (1974- 

1976) and Water (1977) from the Mouths of 

Canadian Streams Flowing Into the Great 

Lakes, 

W80-04056 1312 5 A 

Application of Short-Time Scale Recording 

Meter Data to Numerical Modelling of Toronto 

Harbour, 

W80-04057 1312 5B 

Newfoundland's Claim to Offshore Mineral Re- 
sources: An Overview of the Legal Issues, 
W80-04150 1312 6E 

The Ecosystem Approach; Scope and Implica- 
tions of an Ecosystem Approach to Transboun- 
dary Problems in the Great Lakes Basin. 
W80-04159 1312 6E 

Calculation of the Total Anthropogenic Lead in 
the Sediments of a Rural Ontario Lake, 
W80-04210 1313 5B 

Groundwater Transport of a Salt Tracer 

Through a Sandy Lakebed, 

W80-04250 1313 2 A 

Agricultural Sources of Fluvial Suspended Sedi- 
ments, 
W80-04258 1313 2J 

A Sequence of Glacial Deformation, Erosion, 
and Deposition at the Ice-Rock Interface During 
the Last Glaciation: Cranbrook, British Colum- 
bia, Canada, 
W80-04333 1313 2C 

Jurisdictional and Administrative Limitations 
Affecting Management of the Halibut Fishery, 
W80-04475 1313 6E 

Trans-Boundary Pollution Injuries: Jurisdiction- 
al Considerations in Private Litigation Between 
Canada and the United States, 
W80-04481 1313 6E 

Hydrology of the Nahanni Karst, Northern 

Canada, and the Importance of Extreme 
Summer Storms, 

W80-04513 1314 2A 

Hydrogeology of the Peerless Lake Area, Alber- 
ta, 

W80-04646 1314 7C 

Hydrology Research Division-Annual Progress 
Reports and Short Research Notes 1977-78. 
W80-04753 1314 IOC 

Extension and Application of Feature Prediction 
Model for Synthesis of Hydrologic Records, 
W80-04816 1315 2E 

Boundary Delimitation in the Economic Zone: 

The Gulf of Maine Dispute. 

W80-04916 1315 6E 

Point Bar and Floodplain Formation of the Me- 
andering Beatton River, Northeastern British 
Columbia, Canada, 
W80-05144 1316 2J 

U.S. Position on Negotiations Concerning the 

Great Lakes, 

WHW5390 1316 6E 

Canada's Interests as Regards Protection and 

Regulation of the Great Lakes, 

W80-05395 1316 6E 



Errors in Molybdenum Blue Methods for Deter- 
mining Orthopohosphate in Freshwater, 
W80-05411 1317 2H 

Gas Exchange, Photosynthetic Uptake, and 
Carbon Budget for a Radiocarbon Addition to a 
Small Enclosure in a Stratified Lake, 
W80-05412 1317 2H 

Whole-Lake Radiocarbon Experiment in an Oli- 
gotrophy Lake at the Experimental Lakes Area, 
Northwestern Ontario, 
W80-05413 1317 2H 

Dynamics of Cadmium-Stressed Plankton Com- 
munities, 
W80-05414 1317 2H 

Experimental Study of Trace Metal Chemistry 
in Soft-Water Lakes at Different pH Levels, 
W80-05415 1317 2H 

Fates of Metal Radiotracers Added to a Whole 

Lake: Sediment-Water Interactions, 

W80-05416 1317 2H 

Effects of Acidification on Mobilization of 
Heavy Metals and Radionuclides from the Sedi- 
ments of a Freshwater Lake, 
W80-05417 1317 2H 

Effects of Artificial Acidification on the Growth 

of Periphyton, 

W80-05418 1317 2H 

Experimental Acidification of Lake 223, Experi- 
mental Lakes Area: Background Data and the 
First Three Years of Acidification, 
W80-05419 1317 2H 

Water Renewal Efficiency of Watershed and 
Lake Combinations in the ELA Region of the 
Precambrian Shield, 
W80-05420 1317 2A 

Effects of a Windstorm and Forest Fire on 
Chemical Losses from Forested Watersheds and 
on the Quality of Receiving Streams, 
W80-05421 1317 5B 

Hypolimnion Injection of Nutrient Effluents as a 
Method for Reducing Eutrophication, 
W80-05422 1317 2H 

In Situ Measurements of Pore Water Diffusion 

Coefficients Using Tritiated Water, 

W80-05424 1317 2F 

Relationships Between Dipteran Emergence and 
Phytoplankton Production in the Experimental 
Lakes Area, Northwestern Ontario, 
W80-05425 1317 2H 

Important Factors for Estimating Annual Phyto- 
plankton Production in the Experimental Lakes 
Area, 
W80-05426 1317 2H 

Denitrification in Lake 227 During Summer 

Stratification, 

W80-05427 1317 2H 

Comparison of the Nitrogen- 15 Uptake and 
Acetylene Reduction Methods for Estimating 
the Rates of Nitrogen Fixation by Freshwater 
Blue-Green Algae, 
W80-05428 1317 2H 

Radiochemical Analysis of Orthophosphate 
Concentrations and Seasonal Changes in the 
Flux of Orthophosphate to Seston in Two Cana- 
dian Shield Lakes, 
W80-05429 1317 2H 

Estimates of Entrainment in the Fraser River 

Plume, British Columbia, 

W80-05478 1317 2L 



Brucewood Urban Test Catchment 

W80-05566 1317 2E 

Fisheries: Canada - United State* Reciprocal 
Fisheries Relations Under the Interim Fisheries 
Agreement of 1978, 
W80-05690 1317 6E 

Hailstorms in Southern Saskatchewan, 
W80-05769 1318 2B 

Nutrient Distributions in the Canadian Archi- 
pelago: Indicators of Summer Water Mass and 
Flow Characteristics, 
W80-05771 1318 2L 

Heterotrophic Bacteria in Two Canadian 
Rivers-I. Seasonal Variations in the Predomi- 
nant Bacterial Populations, 
W80-05781 1318 5C 

The Red River Flood Control System and 

Recent Flood Events, 

W80-05818 1318 2E 

The Plight of American Citizens Injured by 

Transboundary River Pollution, 

W80-05918 1318 6E 

Road Salt Movement into Two Toronto 

Streams, 

W80-05942 1318 4C 

An Approach to Marginal Economic Analysis of 

Hydrometric Data Collection, 

W8O-0631O 1320 7A 

Flow Patterns in the Central North American 

Ice Sheet, 

W80-06376 1321 2C 

System Model of Daily Sediment Yield, 
W80-06401 1321 2J 

Long-Term Annual Surface Heat and Water 
Balances Over Canada and the United States 
South of 60 Deg N: Reconciliation of Precipita- 
tion, Run-off and Temperature Fields, 
W80-06404 1321 2A 

Variability of Particulate Matter in a Small 

Coastal Inlet, 

W80-06610 1324 2L 

Observation of Wavelike Motion of the Gaspe 

Current, 

W80-06619 1324 2L 

Sedimentation in the Fraser River and its Estu- 
ary, Southwestern British Columbia (Canada), 
W80-06653 1324 2J 

Airborne UHF Radio Echo-Sounding of Three 
Yukon Glaciers, 

W80-06663 1324 2C 

CANADA GOOSE 

Microbial Impact of Canada Geese (Branta Can- 
adensis) and Whistling Swans (Cygnus Colum- 
bianus Columbianus) on Aquatic Ecosystems, 
W80-03794 1311 5B 

CANADA WATER ACT 

The Canada Water Act Annual Report, 1978- 

1979. 

W80-03583 1310 6E 

CANADARAGO LAKE (NY) 

Microbial Heterotrophic Production in Two 

Lakes of Different Productivity, 

W80-02500 1307 5C 

CANADIAN ARCHIPELAGO 

Nutrient Distributions in the Canadian Archi- 
pelago: Indicators of Summer Water Mass and 
Flow Characteristics, 
W80-05771 1318 2L 



SU 58 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CARBON 



CANADIAN ROCKY MOUNTAINS 

Study of Dynamics of Populations of Aquatic 
Insects: The Problem of Variability in Life His- 
tory Exemplified by Tipula Sacra Alexander 
(Diptera: Tipulidae), 
W80-02563 1307 5C 

CANAL CONSTRUCTION 

R18 Million Project in Swaziland, 

W80-05999 1318 8 A 

CANAL DESIGN 

Head-Loss Measurements on Hydroelectric 

Conduits, 

W80-03453 1310 8B 

CANAL LININGS 

Asphalt-Channel Prevents Brackishness (As- 

phalt-Kanalebvoorkom Brak), 

W8O-06OO0 1318 3F 

CANAL SEEPAGE 

The Influence of Canal Seepage on Ground- 
water in Lugert Lake Irrigation Area, 
W 80-02706 1308 2G 

Geohydrologic Setting of and Seepage From a 
Water-Supply Canal, Indianapolis, Marion 
County, Indiana, 
W80-06586 1324 4A 

CANALS 

U.S. Inland Water Transportation, 

W80-00473 1302 6E 

An Estimate of Pollution Loads from Non-Point 

Source of an Urban Catchment, 

W80-01626 1305 5 A 

Saltwater-Barrier Line in Florida: Concepts, 

Considerations, and Site Examples, 

W80-02237 1306 5G 

Electronic Filter Level Offset (El-Flo) Plus 
Reset Equipment for Automatic Downstream 
Control of Canals, 
W80-03387 1310 8C 

Thermal Modeling of Flow in the San Diego 
Aqueduct, California, and Its Relation to Evapo- 
ration, 
W80-04102 1312 2D 

Summary of Hydrologic Data for Tampa Bypass 
Canal System, July 1974 to September 1976, 
W80-04373 1313 8B 

Surface Flow in a Two-Bay Water Diversion, 
W80-05197 1316 8 A 

Dynamic Water Quality Modeling in Southeast 

Florida, 

W80-05726 1318 5B 

C & D Canal Effect on Salinity of Delaware 

Estuary, 

W80-05777 1318 2L 

Water-Quality Data for Canals in Eastern 

Broward County, Florida, 1975-78, 

W80-06061 1319 7C 

Hydrology of Jumper Creek Canal Basin, Sump- 

ter County, Florida, 

W80-06063 1319 4A 



Stable Alluvial Canal Design, 
W80-06129 



1319 2E 



Flow-Driven Water Quality Simulation Models, 
W80-06771 1324 5B 

CANOPY 

Net Reainfall and Interception Loss in a Savan- 
na Cover (Netto Reenval En 
Onderskeppingsverlies In 'N Savannabedekk- 
ing), 
W80-06091 1319 21 



CANYON LAKE (TX) 

Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Temperature, 
Alkalinity, Dissolved Oxygen and Conductivity 
in an Oligo-Mesotrophic, Deep-Storage Reser- 
voir in Central Texas, 
W80-04135 1312 5C 

CAPACITORS 

Automatic Measurement of Soil-Water Pressure 

Using a Capacitance Manometer, 

W80-04305 1313 7B 

CAPE COD 

The Seeding of Two Red Tide Blooms by the 

Gemination of Benthic Gonyaulax Tamarensis 

Hypnocysts, 

W80-01458 1304 5C 

Chemical Quality of Ground Water on Cape 

Cod, Massachusetts, 

W80-02584 1307 5B 

CAPE LOOKOUT (NO 

Sediment-Water Chemical Exchange in the 

Coastal Zone Traced by in Situ Radon-222 Flux 

Measurements, 

W80-05765 1318 2L 

CAPILLARY FRINGE 

Numerical Analysis of Infiltration into a Sand 
Profile Bounded by a Capillary Fringe, 
W80-06155 1319 2G 

CAPITAL 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume Ill-Appendix B, Projective 
Economic Study. 
W80-03579 1310 6A 

CAPITAL COSTS 

Forecasting the Need for Surface Water Use 

Conjunctive with Groundwater, 

W80-01606 1305 6D 

Labor Wage Rates, Productivity, and the Cost 

of Water Supply, 

W80-02047 1306 6C 

Capital Cost Functions of a Surface Water 
Treatment Plant and its Components, 
W80-04161 1312 6C 

CAPITAL-INTENSIVE 

World Bank: An Approach for Selection of 
Labour Vs. Capital Intensive Technologies for 
Water Resource Development Projects. 
W 80-004 12 1302 6C 

CAPITELLA 

Effects of Aluminum and Nickel on Survival 
and Reproduction in Polychaetous Annelids, 
W80-01094 1303 5A 

Detoxification System in Polychaete Worms: 
Importance in the Degradation of Sediment Hy- 
drocarbons, 
W80-01330 1304 5B 

Study of the Benthic Populations of Soft Sub- 
strates Off the Outfall of the Main Sewer of 
Marseille. 1. General Data on the Environment 
and Populations (In French), 
W80-04888 1315 5C 

CAPULIN AREA (N MEX) 

Ground Water in the Vicinity of Capulin, New 

Mexico, 

W80-01592 1304 6D 

CARASSIUS 

Fate of 14C-CIS-Chlordane in Goldfish, Caras- 

sius Auratus (L.), 

W80-00850 1303 5A 

Isolation and Identification of a Conjugated- 
PCP Excreted in the Urine of Goldfish, 
W80-02218 1306 5 A 



Acute Toxicity to Goldfish of Mixtures of 
Chloramines, Copper, and Linear Alkylate Sul- 
fonate, 
W80-06042 1319 5A 

CARBARYL 

Effect of Selected Water Toxicants and Other 
Chemicals upon Adenosine Triphosphatase Ac- 
tivity in Vitro, 
W80-01073 1303 5A 

A Marine Algal Bioassay Method: Results with 

Pesticides and Industrial Wastes, 

W80-04740 1314 5A 

CARBOHYDRATES 

Role of Carbohydrate in Halophytes of the 

Region of Neusiedler Lake, Austria, (In 

German), 

W80-OO021 1301 21 

Comparison and Selection of Rational-Biologi- 
cal-Treatment Process for Handling Carbohy- 
drate Wastewater, 
W80-01671 1305 5D 

The Effects of Water Stress on Phenology and 
Carbohydrate Storage in the Shortgrass Prairie, 
W80-02199 1306 21 

Comparative Carbohydrate Storage and Utiliza- 
tion Patterns in the Submersed Macrophytes, 
Myriophyllum Spicatum and Vallisneria Ameri- 
cana, 
W 80-04665 1314 5B 

Cellulose Production by Planktonic Algae in 

Lacustrine Environments, 

W80-05032 1315 5C 

CARBON 

BOD/TOC Correlations and Their Application 

to Water Quality Evaluation, 

W8O-O0353 1301 5D 

Phytoplankton Succession in Nutrient Enriched 
Experimental Ponds As Related to Changing 
Carbon, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus Conditions, 
W80-00517 1302 5C 

Fluxes of Particulate Carbon, Nitrogen, and 
Phosphorus in the Upper Water Column of the 
Northeast Pacific, 
W80-00967 1303 5C 

The Effect of Sewage on Uptake of Inorganic 
Nitrogen and Carbon by Natural Populations of 
Marine Phytoplankton, 
W80-01357 1304 5C 

Studies of Carbon and Nitrogen Metabolism by 
Three Marine Phytoplankton Species in Nitrate- 
Limited Continuous Culture, 
W80-02128 1306 5C 

Carbon Analysis for the Determination of Indi- 
vidual Biomasses of Planktonic Animals, 
W80-02551 1307 5C 

Stable Carbon Isotope Study of a 200-M Core 

Sample from Lake Biwa, 

W80-02569 1307 5C 

The Use of the Walkley-Black Method for Or- 
ganic Carbon Determination as a Procedure for 
Estimating Algal Yields, 
W80-02753 1308 5C 

ATP as a Measure of Living Phytoplankton 

Carbon in Estuaries, 

W80-03115 1309 5C 

Coastal Colloidal Carbon: A Study of its Season- 
al Variation and the Possibility of River Input, 
W80-03375 1310 2L 



SU-59 



CARBON 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Organic Carbon Cycling in a Swamp-Stream 
Ecosystem and Export by Streams in Eastern 
North Carolina, 
W80-03906 1312 5C 

Organic Carbon Export from Upland and For- 
ested Wetland Watersheds, 
W80-03925 1312 5B 

The Transport and Oxygen Demand of Organic 
Carbon Released to Runoff from Crop Residues, 
W80-04226 1313 5B 

Environmental Assessment of Selected Habitats 
in the Beaufort and Chukchi Littoral System, 
W80-05056 1315 5C 

Nutrients Dynamics in Nearshore Alaskan Beau- 
fort Sea Waters, 
W80-05060 1315 5C 

Gas Exchange, Photosynthetic Uptake, and 
Carbon Budget for a Radiocarbon Addition to a 
Small Enclosure in a Stratified Lake, 
W80-05412 1317 2H 

Whole-Lake Radiocarbon Experiment in an Oli- 
gotrophic Lake at the Experimental Lakes Area, 
Northwestern Ontario, 
W80-05413 1317 2H 

Analysis of Organic Carbon in Marine Sedi- 
ments, 
W80-06133 1319 5A 

Movement of Nitrogen and Carbon from a 

Septic System Drainfield, 

W80-06212 1320 5B 

Distributions and Stable-Isotope Composition of 

Carbon in San Francisco Bay, 

W80-O6338 1321 5C 

Tidal Resuspension in Buzzards Bay, Massachu- 
setts, III. Seasonal Cycles of Nitrogen and 
Carbon: Nitrogen Ratios in the Seston and Zoo- 
plankton, 
W80-06657 1324 2L 

CARBON BASIN (WYO) 

Water-Quality Data for the Hanna and Carbon 

Basins, Wyoming, 

W80-04560 1314 7C 

CARBON CYCLE 

Carbon Budget of Rivers as Exemplified by the 

Danube, 

W80-01751 1305 5C 

Microbial Heterotrophic Production in Two 

Lakes of Different Productivity, 

W80-025O0 1307 5C 

Heterotrophic C02-Fixation in the Obligate 

Methane-Oxidizing Strain M 102 and Possible 
Ecological Significance, 

W80-02503 1307 5C 

A Study of the Role of the Seagrass Posidonia 
Australis in the Carbon Budget of an Estuary, 
W80-04278 1313 5C 

Dissolved and Particulate Organic Carbon in the 
North Equatorial Current of the Atlantic Ocean, 
W80-04283 1313 5C 

Light Independent Carbon Fixation by Marine 

Macroalgae, 

W80-05021 1315 5C 

CARBON DIOXIDE 

Nephrocalcinosis in Rainbow Trout Salmo 
Gairdneri Richardson; The Effect of Exposure 
to Elevated C02 Concentrations, 
W80-00674 1302 5 A 

An Apparatus for Studying the Effect of pH and 

C02 on Fish Embryos, 

W80-OI047 1303 5 A 



Modeling of Photosynthetic Production in Litto- 
ral Helophyte Stands, 
W80-01233 1304 21 

Relationship of Environmental pC02 to Select- 
ed Blood Parameters of Oncorhynchus Kisutch 
(Walbaum), 
W80-02228 1306 5A 

Measurement of Carbon Dioxide Compensation 

Points of Freshwater Algae, 

W80-03010 1309 5C 

Seasonal Chemical and Isotopic Variations of 

Soil C02 at Trout Creek, Ontario, 

W80-03O47 1309 2F 

Mechanisms of Regulation of the Acid-Base Bal- 
ance in Fish as They Adapt to Carbon Dioxide 
Levels in an Aqueous Environment, 
W80-03994 1312 5A 

Some Photosynthetic Carbon Fixation Proper- 
ties of Seagrasses, 
W80-04129 1312 5C 

Distributions and Stable-Isotope Composition of 

Carbon in San Francisco Bay, 

W80-06338 1321 5C 

CARBON FILTERS 

Anaerobic-Activated Carbon Filters for the Re- 
moval of Refractory and Toxic Organic Com- 
pounds in Wastewater, 
W80-04205 1313 5D 

Treatability of Carcinogenic and Other Hazard- 
ous Organic Compounds, 
W80-04298 1313 5D 

CARBON RADIOISOTOPES 

Radiocarbon Dating of a Core from Long Island 

Sound, 

W80-01289 1304 2J 

CARBON TETRACHLORIDE 

Use of Luminescent Bacteria for Determining 

Toxicity in Aquatic Environments, 

W80-00827 1303 5 A 

CARBONATE ROCKS 

Hydrogeology of Sedimentary Rocks: Part I - 

Carbonates, 

W80-02661 1307 2F 

Regional Carbonate Flow Systems in Nevada, 
W80-03050 1309 2F 

Kinetics of Chemical Processes in a Carbonate 
Aquifer: A Case Study of Water-Rock Interac- 
tion in the Aquifer of Western and Central Gali- 
lee (Israel), 
W80-03730 1311 2K 

The Silurian Salt Deposits in Eastern Lake, 
Northwestern Ashtabula, and Northeastern 
Geauga Counties, Ohio, 
W80-05295 1316 5E 

Effects of Karst and Geologic Structure on the 
Circulation of Water and Permeability in Car- 
bonate Aquifers, 
W80-06027 1319 2F 

Major Geochemical Processes in the Evolution 

of Carbonate-Aquifer Systems, 

W80-06031 1319 2F 

CARBONATES 

Some Photosynthetic Carbon Fixation Proper- 
ties of Seagrasses, 
W80-04129 1312 5C 



CARBONDALE (ID 

Effect of Agriculture on Cedar Lake Water 

Quality, 

W80-04206 1313 2H 

CARBONIC ACID 

Carbonic Acid Anesthesia for Aquatic Organ- 
isms, 
W80-00786 1302 5A 

CARBOPHENOTHION 

A Marine Algal Bioassay Method: Results with 

Pesticides and Industrial Wastes, 

W80-04740 1314 5A 

CARCINOGEN 

The Detection of Mutagenic Pollutants in 
Aquatic and Marine Environments: Studies of 
the Millers River and Boston Harbor, 
W80-05541 1317 5C 

CARCINOGENS 

Uptake, Depuration, and Toxicity of 
Hexamethylphosphoramide in Aquatic Organ- 



isms, 
W80-00833 



1303 5A 



Subglacial Regelation Water Film, 
W80-04336 



1313 2C 



The Effect of Soil Activity on the Chemistry of 

Carbonate Groundwaters, 

W80-06142 1319 2K 



In Vitro Toxicity of Eight Mutagens/Carcino- 

gens for Three Fish Cell Lines, 

W80-00855 1303 5A 

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Carcinogens 

in Commercial Seafoods, 

W80-03252 1309 5 A 

Accumulation, Elimination, and Metabolism of 
Dichlorobenzidine in the Bluegill Sunfish, 
W80-03334 1310 5B 

CARCIONOGENS 

A Routine Water Monitoring Test for Muta- 
genic Compounds, 
W80-04937 1315 5 A 

CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 

Effect of Organophosphate Insecticide 'Owado- 
fos Plynny-50' (Fenitrothion) on Bioelectric 
Changes in Cardiac Muscle of Eel, Anguilla 
Anguilla L., 
W80-04416 1313 5C 

CARIBBEAN AREA 

Ground-Water Levels in Alluvium on the South 
Coast of Puerto Rico, February 1978, 
W80-06794 1324 2F 

CARIBBEAN SEA 

Petroleum in Deep Benthic Ecosystems of the 

Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, 

W80-01780 1305 5A 

Community Structure and Seasonal Variation in 
Intertidal Panamanian Sandy Beaches, 
W80-03376 1310 2L 

CAROLINA BEACH INLET (NO 

Verification of a Numerical Flow Model for 
Carolina Beach Inlet, North Carolina, 
W80-05203 1316 2L 

CAROLINE ISLANDS 

Water Resources Data for Hawaii and Other 
Pacific Areas, Water Year 1978-Volume 2. 
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, Guam, 
American Samoa, and Northern Mariana Is- 
lands, 
W80-00780 1302 7C 

CARP 

Comparison of Anesthetic Potency of Benzo- 
caine Hydrochloride and MS-222 in Two Fresh- 
water Fish Species, 

W80-00784 1302 5A 

Requirement of Carp for Dietary Zinc (In Japa- 
nese), 
W80-02217 1306 5A 



SU 60 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CEDAR CREEK (IND) 



Effects of Temperature and Stocking Density on 
Food Consumption and Growth of Grass Carp 
Ctenopharyngodon Idella, Val., 
W80-02226 1306 5 A 

Range of Changes in Fishpond Environment 
Influenced by Intensive Carp Farming, 
W80-02486 1307 5C 

Size-Selective Predation by Fish on Thin- 
Shelled Gastropods (Lymnaea): The Signifi- 
cance of Floating Vegetation (Trapa) as a Physi- 
cal Refuge, 
W80-02493 1307 5C 

Physiological-Biochemical Data on Experimen- 
tal Intoxication of Fish with 'Yalan', 
W80-03251 1309 5 A 

Investigations into the Effects of Volume of 
Water Flow, Quality of Feed and Type of Feed- 
ing on the Production of the Aischgrund 
Common Carp, Cyprinus Carpio, in Circular 
Concrete Ponds Under High Stocking Density 
Rates, 
W80-03323 1310 81 

Eye Damage to the Grass Carp (Ctenopharyn- 
godon Idella) from Chronic Uptake of Strontium 
90, 
W80-03697 1311 5C 

Studies on the Effects of Acidic Medium on the 

Fry of Cyprinus Carpio, 

W80-03706 1311 5 A 

Secondary Toxicology and Contaminants of 

Algae Grown on Wastewater, 

W80-03818 1311 3C 

Biological Control of Hydrilla Verticillata Royle 

with Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon Idella 

Val), 

W80-03830 1311 4A 

Taxonomic Characteristics of Aquatic Plants 
from the Alimentary Tract of Grass Carp, 
W80-03831 1311 4A 

Mechanisms of Regulation of the Acid-Base Bal- 
ance in Fish as They Adapt to Carbon Dioxide 
Levels in an Aqueous Environment, 
W80-03994 1312 5A 

Effects of Salinity on Vegetation Consumption 

and Growth in Grass Carp, 

W80-04395 1313 5A 

The Effects of Acclimation on the Salinity Tol- 
erance of Grass Carp, Ctenopharyngodon Idella 
(Cuv. and Val.), 
W80-04735 1314 5C 

Water Quality Control and Management of 

Animal Wastes Through Culture with Selected 

Fishes, 

W80-06034 1319 5D 

CARRAGEENAN 

Studies on the Binding of Heavy Metals to Algal 
Polysaccharides from Philippine Seaweeds. I. 
Carrageenan and the Binding of Lead and Cad- 
mium, 
W80-04694 1314 5B 

CARRIBEAN SEA 

Phytoplankton Response to Low Level Nutrient 
Enrichment through Upwelling in the Colum- 
bian Caribbean Basin), 
W80-02989 1308 5A 

CARROLL COUNTY (ID 

Public Groundwater Supplies in Carroll County, 
W 80-00946 1303 7C 

CARROLL COUNTY (MD) 

Westminster Quadrangle: Geology, Hydrology, 

and Mineral Resources, 

W80-06597 1324 7C 



Winfield Quadrangle: Geology, Hydrology, and 

Mineral Resources, 

W80-06598 1324 7C 

New Windsor Quadrangle, Maryland: Geology, 

Hydrology, and Mineral Resources, 

W80-06599 1324 7C 

CARROTS 

An Effective Wastewater Management Program 

for a Food Processor, 

W80-OO13O 1301 5D 

CARRYING CAPACITY 

Grazing Management of Plant Resources in 
Eastern Senegal as Influenced by Water Devel- 
opment, 
W80-02201 1306 6B 

Adverse Effects of Recreation on Sand Dunes: 
A Problem for Coastal Zone Management, 
W80-03417 1310 6E 

Wild River Management: The Use Allocation 

Issue, 

W80-05409 1317 6E 

CARSON COUNTY (TX) 

Analytical Study of the Ogallala Aquifer in 
Carson County, Texas, Projections of Saturated 
Thickness, Volume of water in Storage, Pum- 
page Rates, Pumping Lifts, and Well Yields, 
W80-03451 1310 7C 

CASCADE RANGE (WA) 

Atmospheric Contributions to Stream Water 
Chemistry in the North Cascade Range, Wash- 
ington, 
W80-00948 1303 2K 

CASE STUDY 

A Case Study of Rationalization of a Rain Gage 

Network in Southwest England, 

W80-04046 1312 2B 

CATECHOLAMINES 

Interactions Between Vascular Actions of De- 
tergent and Catecholamines in Perfused Gills of 
European Eel, Anguilla Anguilla L. and Brown 
Trout, Salmo Trutta, L., 
W80-04388 1313 5 A 

CATFISH 

Evaluation of Water Quality Management Pro- 
cedures used on Mississippi Catfish Farms, 
W80-01382 1304 81 

CATFISHES 

Costs and Returns for Producing Catfish Fin- 

gerlings, 

W80-01303 1304 6C 

Food Intake, Growth, Food Conversion, and 
Body Composition of Catfish Exposed to Differ- 
ent Salinities, 
W80-01326 1304 5A 

Secretory IGM, Lysozyme and Lymphocytes in 

the Skin Mucus of the Channel Catfish, Ictalurus 

Punctatus, 

W80-06268 1320 5C 

The Habitats and Habitat Preferences of Clarias 
Gariepinus (Pisces: Clariidae) in a Clear Coastal 
Lake (Lake Sibaya, South Africa), 
W80-06736 1324 81 

CATION EXCHANGE 

Impact of Water and Soils Having High Source- 
Sink Potentials on Water and Salinity Manage- 
ment under Irrigation in the Upper Colorado 
River Basin. 
W80-01208 1304 2K 

Functional Polymers for Removal of Heavy- 
Metal Pollutants from Water, 
W80-03911 1312 5D 



A Semi-Automated Resin Concentration 

Method for the Preconcentration of trace Metals 

in Fresh Water, Prior to Atomic Absortption 

Analysis, 

W80-05980 1318 5 A 

Effect of Exchangeable Sodium Percentage, 
Cation Exchange Capacity, and Soil Solution 
Concentration on Soil Electrical Conductivity, 
W80-06487 1324 2K 

Bias Evaluation of the Cation-Exchange Method 

for Sulfate and Chloride, 

W80-06611 1324 1A 

CATIONS 

Synthesis of Cationic Polyelectrolytes for Treat- 
ment of Natural and Waste Waters, 
W80-00105 1301 5D 

Toxic Cations and Marine Biota: Analysis of 

Research Effort During the Three-Year Period 

1974-1976, 

W80-01333 1304 5A 

CATTAILS 

Seasonal Development of Helophyte Polycor- 
mones and Relationship between Underground 
and Aboveground Organs, 
W80-01224 1304 21 

Control of Reed and Reed Mace Stands by 
Cutting, 

W80-01247 1304 21 

Development of the Underground Parts of 

Phragmites Communis Trin. and Typha Latifolia 

L, 

W80-02320 1306 21 

Growth of Phragmites Communis Trin., Typha 
Latifolia L., and Typha Angustifolia L. in Rela- 
tion to the Fertility of Soils, 
W80-02330 1306 21 

CATTARAUGUS COUNTY (NY) 

Core Sampling Beneath Low-level Radioactive- 
Waste Burial Trenches, West Valley, Cattarau- 
gus County, New York, 
W80-06350 1321 5B 

Glacial Geology and Stratigraphy of Western 
New York Nuclear Service Center and Vicinity, 
Cattaraugus and Erie Counties, New York, 
W80-06531 1324 2C 

CATTLE 

Development of Animal Waste Facilities for 

Minimizing Water Pollution, 

W80-04811 1315 5E 

Perennial Irrigated Pastures III. Beef Calf Pro- 
duction From Irrigated Pasture and Winter 
Annual Range, 
W80-06328 1321 3F 



Is Your Borehole- Water Safe for Drinking, 
W80-06714 1324 



5G 



CAYUGA (NY) 

Nutrient Interactions and Algal Quality in 

Cayuga Lake, 

W80-04801 1315 5C 

CD-ENRICHED SOIL 

Environmental Factors in Application of Liquid 
Sludge to Upstate New York Farmlands, 
W80-06564 1324 5E 

CEDAR CREEK (IND) 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Cedar Creek, Dekalb and Allen Coun- 
ties, Indiana, 
W80-05302 1316 5B 



SU-61 



CEDAR LAKE (IL) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CEDAR LAKE (IL) 

Source and Level of Mercury in a New Im- 
poundment, 
W80-01813 1305 5B 

Effect of Agriculture on Cedar Lake Water 

Quality, 

W80-04206 1313 2H 

CEDAR RIVER (WASH) 

Flood Profiles Along the Cedar River, King 

County, Washington, 

W 80-00760 1302 2E 

CELERITY 

Applicability of Kinematic and Diffusion 

Models, 

W80-05214 1316 2E 

CELLULOSE 

Protein Production from Cellulose Wastes, 
W8O-01636 1305 5D 

Cellulose Production by Planktonic Algae in 

Lacustrine Environments, 

W80-05032 1315 5C 

CELLULOSE TRIACETATE 

Investigation of Intermolecular Association in 
Concentrated Solutions of Cellulose Acetate, 
W80-02297 1306 IB 

CELLULOSE TRIACETATE MEMBRANE 

Trace Metal Ion Filtration Losses at pH 5 and 7, 
W80-02600 1307 5 A 

CELTIC SEA 

Thermocline Formation in the Celtic Sea, 
W80-06652 1324 2L 

CEMENT CREEK (CO) 

Diet of Brook Trout (Salvelinus Fintinalis 
Mitchell) and Brown Trout (Salmo Trutta L.) in 
an Alpine Stream, 
W80-01770 1305 5C 

CEMENT GROUTING 

How Geothermal Wells are Completed and Pro- 
duced, 
W80-02665 1307 8 A 

Well Grouting and Casing Temperature In- 
creases, 
W80-04650 1314 8A 

CENSUS 

Stream Channel Modification in Hawaii. Part A: 
Statewide Inventory of Streams: Habitat Factors 
and Associated Biota, 
W80-00003 1301 6G 

Fishery Survey of Cedar Lakes and the Brazos 

and San Bernard River Estuaries, 

W80-00305 1301 2H 

Peatland Policy Study, 

W80-00317 1301 6E 

Water Withdrawals in Illinois, 1978, 
W80-00722 1302 7C 



CENTRAL AND NORTHERN LOUISIANA 

Water Resources Data for Louisiana, Water 

Year 1979- Volume 1. Central and Northern 

Louisiana. 

W80-06169 1319 7C 



Inventory and Display of Aquatic Habitat, 
W80-01909 1305 



6B 



Status of Present Peatland Uses for Agricultural 

and Horticultural Peat Production, 

W80-01929 1305 2H 

Detection and Monitoring of Water Hyacinth 
(Eichhornia Crassipes) Infestation in Laguna De 
Bay Through Multispectral Digital Analysis of 
I.andsat Imageries, 
W80-05659 1317 7B 

CENTERVILLE (MM 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Clearwater 
Creek, Rice Creek Watershed, Centerville, Lino 
Lakes, Hugo, Minnesota. 
WS0-02850 1308 2E 



CENTRAL ARIZONA PROJECT 

Water for the Valley of the Sun, 
W80-06503 



1324 6E 



CENTRAL FLORIDA 

Land Cover Map of the Green Swamp Area, 

Central Florida, 

W80-01439 1304 7C 

CENTRAL IRAQ 

A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to the Reclama- 
tion of Irrigation Schemes in Central Iraq, 
W80-01695 1305 3F 

CENTRAL MONTANA 

Water Resources of the Judith Basin, Central 

Montana, 

W8O-06533 1324 2A 

CENTRAL SAN FRANCISCO BAY (CA) 

The Movement and Equilibrium of Bedforms in 

Central San Francisco Bay, 

W80-06335 1321 2L 

CENTRAL U.S. 

The Effects of Recent Changes in Atmospheric 

Circulation on the Hydrology of the Kankakee 

River, 

W80-05855 1318 2B 

CENTRAL URAL (USSR) 

Interception of Vertical and Horizontal Precipi- 
tation in the Forests of the Central Ural, 
W80-05773 1318 2B 

CENTRAL US 

Long-Term Availability of Water Resources for 

Energy Development in the Central United 

States, 

W80-00499 1302 6D 



CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT 

The California Water Atlas. 
W80-04444 

CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS 

Getting Water from a Borehole, 
W80-05995 



1313 2A 



1318 8C 



CEPHALOCORDATES 

Observations of Mercury Levels in Branchios- 

toma Caribaeum, 

W80-01067 1303 5A 

CEPPHUS 

Effects of Ingested Crude Oil on Black Guille- 
mots: A Combined Field and Laboratory Study, 
W80-O4905 1315 5C 

CERASTODERMA 

Biological Availability of Sediment-Bound Cad- 
mium to the Edible Cockle, Cerastoderma 
Edule, 
W80-01088 1303 5A 

CERATOPHYLLUM 

DDT-Induced Changes in the Activity of the 
Photosynthetic System of Aquatic Plants, 
W8O-03998 1312 5C 

CERIUM 

Determination of Cerium in Marine Sediments, 
W80-06086 1319 5 A 

CERRILLOS DAM (PR) 

Outlet Works for Cerrillos Dam, Cerrillos River, 
and Portugues Dam, Portugues River, Puerto 
Rico; Hydraulic Model Investigation, 
W80-06538 1324 8B 



CESIUM 

Survey of Gamma-Emitting Artificial Radionu- 
clides in Fish from Finnish Waters, 
W80-01325 1304 5A 

Trace Elements in Pelagic Organisms and a Pe- 
lagic Foodchain of the Aegean Sea, 
W80-03229 1309 5A 

Pollution Monitoring of Eleven Trace Elements 
in Three Marine Organisms from Saronikos 
Gulf, Greece, 
W80-03230 1309 5A 

The Distribution of Mercury, Cesium-137, and 

Plutonium in an Intermittent Stream at Los 

Alamos, 

W80-06106 1319 5B 

CESIUM RADIOISOTOPES 

Biological and Radiological Analysis of the Po- 
tential of Nuclear Power Plant Effluent Waters 
for Shellfish Culture, 
W80-02436 1307 5A 

CHALK AQUIFER 

The Interpretation of Tritium in the Chalk Un- 
saturated Zone, 
W80-04621 1314 2F 

CHANNA 

Acute Toxicity of Two Molluscicides, Mercuric 
Chloride and Pentachlorophenol to a Fresh- 
water Fish (Channa Gachua), 
W80-02421 1307 5 A 

In Vitro Inhibition of Three Phosphatases by 
Mercuric Chloride and Their Reversal by Che- 
lating Agent EDTA, 
W80-03685 1311 5A 

CHANNEL CATFISH 

Tissue Enzyme Activities Following Exposure 
to Dietary Mirex in the Channel Catfish, Icta- 
lurus Punctatus, 
W80-00395 1301 5A 

Water Quality in Channel Catfish Production 

Ponds, 

W80-O0619 1302 5 A 

Maximum Utilization of Water Resources in a 
Planned Community: Chlorine and Ozone Tox- 
icity Evaluation, 
W80-03921 1312 5C 

Immune Response to Bacterial Immunization of 
Channel Catfish Maintained in a Recirculating 
Water-Reuse System, 
W80-04016 1312 5C 

Channel Catfish Production in Geothermal 

Water, 

W80-06729 1324 81 

CHANNEL EROSION 

Underwater Terrain Reinforcement Matting, 
W80-02618 1307 8A 

Observations of Contemporary Arroyo Cutting 
Near Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A. 
W80-02932 1308 2J 

Sediment Discharge and Channel Change in the 
North Fork Teton River, 1977-78, Fremont and 
Madison Counties, Idaho, 
W80-04562 1314 2J 

Recent Gradational and Channel-Migration His- 
tory of The Kansas River - A Guide for Flood- 
plain Management, 
W80-04600 1314 2J 

Estimating the Risk of Channel Erosion, 
W80-05209 1316 2J 



SU 62 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CHECK VALVES 



Channel Erosion and Sediment Transport in 
Pheasant Branch Basin Near Middleton, Wis- 
consin-a Preliminary Report, 
W80-06241 1320 2J 

CHANNEL FLOW 

Flow and Flow Routing in Upland Channel 

Networks, 

W80-01273 1304 2E 

Tidal Hydraulics in Estuarine Channels, 
W80-03714 1311 2L 

New Routing Model for Continuous Runoff 

Simulation, 

W80-04831 1315 2E 

Hydraulic Design of Flow Distribution Chan- 
nels, 
W80-05947 1318 8B 

CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT 

Geomorphic Study of Upper Mississippi River, 
W80-00585 1302 2E 

The Effects of Channelization on Furbearers and 

Furbearer Habitat, 

W80-00800 1302 5C 

CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS 

An Automatic Hydraulic Structure to Open 
Sand Plugs at Stream Mouths on O'ahu, 
W80-05537 1317 4A 

CHANNEL ISLANDS NATIONAL 

MONUMENT (CA) 

Coastal States Have Control of Coastal Re- 
sources, 
W80-04757 1314 6E 

CHANNEL MIGRATION 

Recent Gradational and Channel-Migration His- 
tory of The Kansas River - A Guide for Flood- 
plain Management, 
W80-04600 1314 2 J 

CHANNEL MORPHOLOGY 

Resume of Research Into River Channel 

Changes Conducted in the USSR, 

W80-01274 1304 2 J 

Variation of Alluvial-Channel Width with Dis- 
charge and Character of Sediment, 
W80-01426 1304 2J 

Hydraulic Geometry of Active Gravel Rivers, 
W80-01878 1305 2E 

Hydrologic Data on Channel Adjustments 1970 

to 1975, on the Rio Grande Downstream from 

Cochiti Dam, New Mexico, before and after 

Closure, 

W80-02230 1306 2J 

Changes in Channel Geometry and Channel Ca- 
pacity of Alluvial Streams Below Large Im- 
poundment Structures, 
W80-02611 1307 4A 

On the Origin and Characteristics of River 

Channel Patterns, 

W80-02891 1308 2E 

Determinants of Water Quality in Agricultural 

Watersheds, 

W80-03709 1311 5G 

Water-Quality Assessment of the L'Anguille 

River Basin, Arkansas, 

W80-03758 1311 5B 

Erosional Aspects of Managing Urban Streams, 
W80-03773 1311 2J 

The Effect of Altered Streamflow on the Hy- 
drology and Geomorphology of the Yellow- 
stone River Basin, Montana, 
W80-04542 1314 2A 



Recent Gradational and Channel-Migration His- 
tory of The Kansas River - A Guide for Flood- 
plain Management, 
W80-04600 1314 2J 

Point Bar and Floodplain Formation of the Me- 
andering Beatton River, Northeastern British 
Columbia, Canada, 
W80-05144 1316 2J 

Prediction of Hydrologic Variables From Chan- 
nel Morphology, South Island Rivers, 
W80-06478 1324 2E 

CHANNEL PATTERNS 

On the Origin and Characteristics of River 

Channel Patterns, 

W80-02891 1308 2E 

CHANNEL STABILIZATION 

Laboratory Measurement of Sediment by Turbi- 
dity, 
W80-06127 1319 2 J 

CHANNEL WIDTH-DISCHARGE 
RELATIONSHIP 

Variation of Alluvial-Channel Width with Dis- 
charge and Character of Sediment, 
W80-01426 1304 2J 

CHANNELING 

Stream Channel Modification in Hawaii. Part C: 
Tolerance of Native Stream Species to Observed 
Levels of Envioronmental Variability, 
W80-01911 1305 6G 

Stream Channel Modification in Hawaii, Part D: 

Summary Report, 

W80-01912 1305 6G 

Stream Channelization (PL. 83-566) Increased 

Wetland Losses in the Dakotas, 

W8O-023O0 1306 6E 

CHANNELIZATION 

Floral and Faunal Changes in Lowland Hard- 
wood Forests in Missouri Resulting from Chan- 
nelization, Drainage, and Impoundment, 
W80-00528 1302 6G 

CHANNELS 

The Fluvial System: Selected Observations, 
W80-O0O19 1301 2E 

Estimating Average Velocity in Gravel-Bed 

Rivers, 

W80-01023 1303 2E 

Floodway Determination Computer Program. 
W80-01710 1305 2E 

Shear-Stress Distribution in Stable Channel 

Bends, 

W80-01880 1305 2E 



Compound Weir Discharge, 
W80-O5194 



1316 8B 



National Waterways Study, 
W 80-02749 



1308 6B 



On the Origin and Characteristics of River 

Channel Patterns, 

W80-02891 1308 2E 

Hydraulics of a Large Channel Paved with 

Boulders, 

W80-03741 1311 2E 

A Note on Changes in Channel Geometry at 

Tributary Junctions, 

W80-05143 1316 2E 

Physical Model Study for Improved Navigation 

Channel Design, 

W80-05182 1316 8B 

Mathematical Models for Navigation Channel 

Design, 

W80-05183 1316 8B 



When Is a Stream a Stream. Some Geomorphic, 
Hydrologic and Legal Considerations, 
W80-05405 1317 6E 

Coping with the One-in-ten-years Storm, 
W80-06074 1319 4A 

Laboratory Measurement of Sediment by Turbi- 
dity, 
W80-06127 1319 2J 



Stable Alluvial Canal Design, 
W80-06129 



1319 2E 



Georgetown Harbor, South Carolina; Report 2, 
Effects of Various Channel Schemes on Tides, 
Currents, and Shoaling; Hydraulic Model Inves- 
tigation, 
W80-06539 1324 2L 

Sea Research Program for Channel Stability and 

Gully Control, 

W80-06673 1324 4D 

CHAR 

Studies on Toxicities of Biphenyl Ether Herbi- 
cides and Their Analogues to Fish— 1. The Meth- 
emoglobin-Formation by the Nitroso-Deriva- 
tives in White-Spotted Char, Salvelinus Leuco- 
maenis, Erythrocytes, 
W80-04889 1315 5B 

Studies on Toxicities of Biphenyl Ether Herbi- 
cides and Their Analogues to Fish-II. Produc- 
tion of Methemoglobin-Forming Metabolites of 
the Amino-Derivatives by White-Spotted Char, 
Salvelinus Leucomaenis, Liver Homogenate, 
W80-04890 1315 5B 

CHARA 

Extraction and Accumulation of 210Pb by 

Aquatic Organisms in Lakes, 

W80-03677 1311 5B 

CHARLES RIVER (MA) 

Simplified Diurnal Curve Analysis, 

W80-02913 1308 5B 

CHARLESTON HARBOR (SO 

A Dynamic Estuary Model of Charleston 

Harbor, 

W80-05178 1316 2L 

CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER BASIN (GA) 
River-Quality Assessments. 
W80-03606 1311 5B 

An Interim Report on the Intensive River-Qual- 
ity Assessment of the Upper Chattahoochee 
River Basin, Georgia, 
W80-03609 1311 5B 

CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER (GA) 

Magnitudes, Nature, and Effects of Point and 
Nonpoint Discharges in the Chattahoochee 
River Basin, Atlanta to West Point Dam, Geor- 



gia, 
W80-01590 



1304 5B 



Thermal Modeling of Highly Transient Flows in 
the Chattahoochee River Near Atlanta, Georgia, 
W80-03615 1311 2E 

CHEAT LAKE (WV) 

Population Dynamics and Age Structure of Bos- 
mina Longirostris in an Acid Water Impound- 
ment, 
W80-03171 1309 5C 

CHECK VALVES 

Extended Set of Components in Pipe Networks, 
W80-03194 1309 8B 



SU-63 



CHEHALIS INDIAN RESERVATION 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CHEHALIS INDIAN RESERVATION 

Water Resources of the Chehalis Indian Reser- 
vation, Washington, 
W80-02242 1306 2 A 

CHELATING RESIN 

Removal of Mercury in Industrial Wastewater 
Application of Thiourea Type Chelate Resin, 
W8O-0165O 1305 5D 

CHELATION 

Mobilization of Metals from Sediment by NTA, 
W80-01762 1305 5C 

Functional Polymers for Removal of Heavy- 
Metal Pollutants from Water, 
W80-O3911 1312 5D 

Chelation of Divalent Metal Ions by Brown 

Algal Polyphenols, 

W80-03987 1312 2C 

CHEMICAL ANALYSES 

Hydrologic Data for A Subsurface Waste-Injec- 
tion Site at Mulberry, Florida, 1972-77, 
W80-01418 1304 5B 



CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 

Water Analysis, 
W80-00217 



1301 1A 



Azomethine H Colorimetric Method for Deter- 
mining Dissolved Boron in Water, 
W80-00221 1301 IB 

An Inductive-Coupled Plasma Atomic-Emission 
Spectrometric Method for Routine Water Qual- 
ity Testing, 
W80-00229 1301 7B 

Nutritive Value of Dried or Ensiled Aquatic 

Plants. I. Chemical Composition, 

W80-00298 1301 21 

Trace Analysis of Phosphates in Small Aqueous 

Volumes, 

W80-O0589 1302 5A 

Evaluation of an Enzymatic Method for Ortho- 
phosphate Determination in Freshwaters, 
W80-00625 1302 5A 

Stormwater-Runoff Data for a Commercial 

Area, Broward County, Florida, 

W80-00772 1302 4C 

Statistical Summaries of Surface-Water-Quality 
Data for Selected Sites in Oklahoma, Through 
the 1975 Water Year, 
W80-00937 1303 1A 

The Analysis of Nitrogen Forms in Waters and 

Wastewaters, 

W80-01127 1303 5C 

Niagara River Chemical Loading 1975-1977, 
W80-01I72 1303 2K 

Chemical Composition of Aquatic Macrophytes, 
I. Investigation of Organic Constituents and Nu- 
tritional Potential, 
W80-01352 1304 5C 

Chemical Composition of Aquatic Macrophytes. 
III. Mineral Composition of Freshwater Macro- 
phytes and Their Potential for Mineral Nutrient 
Removal from Lake Water, 
W80-01353 1304 5C 

Chemical Quality of Ground Water in the East- 
ern Sacramento Valley, California, 
W80-01425 1304 2K 

Sediments of Lake Rotorua as Sources and Sinks 

for Plant Nutrients, 

W80-0I441 1304 5C 



Nitrogen and Phosphorus in Lake Ontario Tri- 
butary Waters, 
W80-01454 1304 5C 

Prediction of Algal-Available Phosphorus in 

Runoff Suspensions, 

W80-01455 1304 5C 

Chemical Analyses of Surface Water in Illinois, 
1975-77, Volume I, Des Plaines River Basin and 
Lake Michigan, 
W80-01584 1304 1A 

Chemical Analyses of Surface Water in Illinois, 
1975-77, Volume II, Illinois River Basin and 
Mississippi River Tributaries North of Illinois 
River Basin, 
W80-01585 1304 1A 

Chemical Analyses of Surface Water in Illinois, 
1975-77, Volume III, Ohio River Tributaries and 
Mississippi River Tributaries South of Illinois 
River Basin, 
W80-01586 1304 1A 

On the Productivity and Chemical Composition 
of Some Benthic Algae in Hard-Water Streams, 
W 80-0 1703 1305 5C 

Observations on Phytoplankton and Primary 

Productivity in Volta Lake, Ghana, 

W80-01787 1305 5C 

Composition of Trinidad Rainfall, 

W80-02179 1306 2K 

Physical and Chemical Aspects of the Distribu- 
tion of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in the Aquatic 
Environment, 
W80-02229 1306 5 A 

Chemical Quality of Ground Water on Cape 

Cod, Massachusetts, 

W80-02584 1307 5B 

Methods for Determination of Inorganic Sub- 
stances in Water and Fluvial Sediments. 
W80-02596 1307 7B 

A Rapid Analysis of Surface Waters by High 

Pressure Liquid Chromatography, 

W80-02603 1307 7B 

Chemical Composition of Taiwan's Oysters and 

Clams, 

W80-02992 1308 5 A 

A Resonance Raman Method for the Rapid De- 
tection, Identification and Quantitation of Bacte- 
ria in Sewage and Natural Waters, 
W80-03087 1309 5 A 

Enhancement of Luminol Chemiluminescence 

with Halide Ions, 

W80-03094 1309 5 A 

Trace Element release from Estuarine Sediments 
of South Mosquito Lagoon Near Kennedy 
Space Center, 
W80-03355 1310 5A 

An Automated Procedure for the Determination 

of Phosphorus, 

W80-O3463 1310 5A 

Quantitative Extraction of Chlorinated Organic 
Pesticides and Polychlorinated Biphenyls from 
Fish Organs and Tissues, 
W80-03674 1311 5 A 

Volatile Chloro- and Chlorofluorocarbons in 

Lake Erie-- 1977 and 1978, 

W80-04058 1312 5A 

Chemical Composition of Selected Environmen- 
tal and Petroleum Samples from the Amoco 
Cadiz Oil Spill, 
W80-04079 1312 5C 



Growth, Chlorophyll and Mineral Nutrient 
Studies on Phalaris Arundinaceae L. in Three 
Scottish Lochs, 
W80-04147 1312 5C 

Errors in Molybdenum Blue Methods for Deter- 
mining Orthopohosphate in Freshwater, 
W80-05411 1317 2H 

Comparison of the Nitrogen- 15 Uptake and 
Acetylene Reduction Methods for Estimating 
the Rates of Nitrogen Fixation by Freshwater 
Blue-Green Algae, 
W80-05428 1317 2H 

Radiochemical Analysis of Orthophosphate 
Concentrations and Seasonal Changes in the 
Flux of Orthophosphate to Seston in Two Cana- 
dian Shield Lakes, 
W80-05429 1317 2H 

Reliability of Water Analysis Kits, 

W80-05481 1317 5A 

A Study of the Chemical Components of Aero- 
sols and Snow in the Kashmir Region, 
W80-05483 1317 2B 

Chemical Availability of Mercury, Lead, and 
Zinc in Mobile Bay Sediment Suspensions as 
Affected by pH and Oxidation-Reduction Con- 
ditions, 
W80-05486 1317 5 A 

Ground-Water-Quality Data From the Northern 
Powder River Basin, Southeastern Montana, 
W80-05717 1318 2K 

The Mass Balance Approach: Application to 
Interpreting the Chemical Evolution of Hydro- 
logic Systems, 
W80-05719 1318 2K 

Halide Ion Enhancement of Chromium (III), 

Iron (II), and Cobalt (II) Catalysis of Luminol, 

Chemiluminescence, 

W80-05809 1318 IB 

Chemistry of the Spring Waters of the Ouachita 
Mountains Excluding Hot Springs, Arkansas, 
W80-06010 1319 1A 

Water-Quality Data for Canals in Eastern 

Broward County. Florida, 1975-78, 

W80-06061 1319 7C 

Resorcino! as a Reagent for Zinc, 

W80-06230 1320 5 A 

Determination of Selected Anions in Water by 

Ion Chromatography, 

W80-06244 1320 5 A 

Well Yields and Chemical Quality of Water 
From Water-Table Aquifers in the Colorado 
Springs-Castle Rock Area, Front Range Urban 
Corridor, Colorado, 
W80-06364 1321 2F 

Bottled Water: Expensive Ground Water, 
W80-06422 1321 IB 

Evaluation of the Modified Colourimetric 
Method for the Determination of Malathion: Its 
Application to the Analysis of Malathion Resi- 
dues in Water, 
W80-06776 1324 5 A 

An Automated Method for the Determination of 
Total Inorganic Carbon in Fresh Water, 
W80-06854 1324 5A 

An Automated Method for the Determination of 
Dissolved Organic Carbon in Fresh Water, 
W80-06855 1324 5A 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



CHEMICAL WASTES 



CHEMICAL CONTROL 

Nitrogen Fixation-A Review of this Phenom- 
enon as a Polluting Process, 
W80-01447 1304 5C 

Treatment Technology to Meet the Interim Pri- 
mary Drinking Water Regulations for Organics: 
Part 4, 
W80-02043 1306 5G 

CHEMICAL COSTS 

Forecasting the Need for Surface Water Use 

Conjunctive with Groundwater, 

W80-01606 1305 6D 

CHEMICAL ERADICATION 

Phreatophyte Evapotranspiration and its Poten- 
tial Reduction Without Eradication, 
W80-03442 1310 2D 

CHEMICAL INDUSTRY 

2nd USA/USSR Symposium on Physical/ 
Chemical Treatment from Municipal and Indus- 
trial Sources, Held at the Taft Center, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, November 12-14, 1975. 
W8O-O0O97 1301 5D 

Treatment of Chemical Plant Effluents, 
W80-00101 1301 5D 

Advanced Wastewater Treatment for an Organ- 
ic Chemicals Manufacturing Complex, 
W80-00112 1301 5D 

Economic Assessment of Potential Hazardous 
Waste Control Guidelines for the Inorganic 
Chemicals Industry, 
W80-00249 1301 6B 

CHEMICAL MODELING 

Dissolution Kinetics of Silicate Rocks-Applica- 
tion to Solute Modeling, 
W80-01600 1304 IB 

CHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND 

Studies on the Toxicity of Rivers -I Toxicity of 
the Urakami River in Nagasaki City (In Japa- 
nese), 
W80-02389 1306 5 A 

The Transport and Oxygen Demand of Organic 
Carbon Released to Runoff from Crop Residues, 
W80-04226 1313 5B 

CHEMICAL PRECIPITATION 

Lake Restoration by Nutrient Inactivation, 
W80-02796 1308 5F 

Preliminary Findings of Medical Lake Restora- 
tion, 
W80-02804 1308 2H 

Improvement of the Quality of Waste Pond Ef- 
fluents in Northern Areas by Chemical Pre- 
Precipitation, 
W80-04287 1313 5D 



Subglacial Regelation Water Film, 
W80-04336 



1313 2C 



Water Treatment for Small Public Supplies, 
W80-06007 1319 5F 

CHEMICAL PROCESSES 

Kinetics of Chemical Processes in a Carbonate 
Aquifer: A Case Study of Water-Rock Interac- 
tion in the Aquifer of Western and Central Gali- 
lee (Israel), 
W80-03730 1311 2K 

Design of Wastewater Treatment Facilities, 

Major Systems. 

W80-04773 1314 8 A 

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES 

The Role of Activated Carbon in Physico- 

Chemical Treatment, 

W80-00102 1301 5D 



Application of Geochemical Kinetic Data to 

Ground-Water Systems: A Tuffaceous-Rock 
System in Southern Nevada, 

W80-00232 1301 2K 

Heavy Metals and Wastewater Reuse, 
W80-00282 1301 5B 

Water Quality Investigation of Estuaries of 

Georgia, 1976, 

W80-00553 1302 2L 

Comparison of Selected Cultural, Physical, and 
Water-Quality Characteristics of Lakes in Wash- 
ington, 
W80-00766 1302 2H 

Comparison of Anesthetic Potency of Benzo- 
caine Hydrochloride and MS-222 in Two Fresh- 
water Fish Species, 
W80-00784 1302 5 A 

Carbonic Acid Anesthesia for Aquatic Organ- 
isms, 
W80-00786 1302 5A 

In Vitro Toxicity of Eight Mutagens/Carcino- 

gens for Three Fish Cell Lines, 

W80-00855 1303 5A 

Physical and Chemical Limnology of Lake Rini- 

hue (Valdivia, Chile), 

W80-01983 1305 5C 

Preparation and Determination of Chloramines 

for Water Toxicology, 

W80-02082 1306 5 A 

Relationships of Activities of Metal-Ligand Spe- 
cies to Aquatic Toxicity, 
W80-02444 1307 5 A 

Algal Populations in a Mountain Pond (Swiss 

National Park), 

W80-02495 1307 5C 

Estimating Rate Constants for the Uptake and 

Clearance of Chemicals by Fish, 

W80-02959 1308 5B 

Importance of a Bordering Wetland for Chemi- 
cal Properties of Lake Water, 
W80-03169 1309 5B 

Current Subsurface Intrusion of Mediterranean 
Seawater-A Possible Source of Groundwater 
Salinity in the Rift Valley System, Israel, 
W80-03472 1310 2 A 

The Paleohydrology of Southern Israel and Its 
Influence on the Flushing of the Kurnub and 
'Arad Groups (Lower Cretaceous and Jurassic), 
W80-03473 1310 2 A 

Chemotherapeutical Studies on Trimethoprim 
Against Vibriosis of Pond-Cultured Ayu-II. 
Tissue Levels After Administration of Trimetho- 
prim-Sulfadoxine Mixture (In Japanese), 
W80-03693 1311 5B 

Chemistry of Water Milfoil Tissue: Seasonal 

Variation in Submersed Apices, 

W80-03910 1312 5 A 

Studies on Chemotherapy of Fish Diseases with 
Piromidic Acid-I. Absorption, Distribution, Ex- 
cretion and Toxicity of Piromidic Acid in Some 
Species of Fishes, 
W80-04012 1312 5B 

Descriptive and Comparative Studies of Maine 

Lakes, 

W80-04286 1313 2H 

CHEMICAL REACTIONS 

2nd USA/USSR Symposium on Physical/ 
Chemical Treatment from Municipal and Indus- 



trial Sources, Held at the Taft Center, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, November 12-14, 1975. 
W80-00097 1301 5D 

Overview of Physical-Chemical Treatment, 
W80-OOO98 1301 5D 

Comparison of Alternative Strategies for Coke 

Plant Wastewater Disposal, 

W80-00108 1301 5D 

Mobilization of Metals from Sediment by NTA, 
W80-01762 1305 5C 

Microcomputer Compatible Method of Resolv- 
ing Rate Constants in Mixed First- and Second- 
Order Kinetic Rate Laws, 
W80-02759 1308 1A 

Method of Generating Hydrogen and Oxygen 

From Water, 

W80-03550 1310 IB 

Kinetics of Chemical Processes in a Carbonate 
Aquifer: A Case Study of Water-Rock Interac- 
tion in the Aquifer of Western and Central Gali- 
lee (Israel), 
W80-03730 1311 2K 

Melimex, an Experimental Heavy Metal Pollu- 
tion Study: Chemical Speciation and Biological 
Availability of Copper in Lake Water, 
W80-04899 1315 5B 

Speciation and Rate of Loss of Copper from 
Lakewater with Implications to Toxicity, 
W80-05034 1315 5C 

Modern Marine Sediments as a Natural Analog 

to the Chemically Stressed Environment of a 

Landfill, 

W80-05293 1316 5B 

The Uptake of Fluorides During Coagulation, 
W80-06263 1320 5D 

CHEMICAL TREATMENT 

Estrogen Sex Reversal of Tilapia Aurea, 
W80-06035 1319 81 

CHEMICAL WASTES 

Treatment of Chemical Plant Effluents, 
W80-00101 1301 5D 

Advanced Wastewater Treatment for an Organ- 
ic Chemicals Manufacturing Complex, 
W80-00112 1301 5D 

Heavy Metals and Wastewater Reuse, 
W80-00282 1301 5B 

Treatment Technology to Meet the Interim Pri- 
mary Drinking Water Regulations for Organics: 
Part 4, 
W80-02043 1306 5G 

Methods of Utilization of Waste Effluents from 
Mineral Fertilizers Plants in Carp Fry Cultures, 
W80-02078 1306 5 A 

Considerations in Assessing the Potential for, 
and Significance of, Biomagnification of Chemi- 
cal Residues in Aquatic Food Chains, 
W80-02115 1306 5A 

An Approach to the Toxicological Evaluation 
of a Complex Industrial Wastewater, 
W80-02117 1306 5 A 

Mercury in Water and Fish from the Sao Vin- 

cente Estuary near Santos, Brazil, 

W80-02215 1306 5 A 

Recovery of Calcium Fluoride from Phosphate 

Operation Waste Water, 

W80-02647 1307 5D 



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CHEMICAL WASTES 



SUBJECT INDEX 



The Merrimack: Designs for a Clean River. 

Annex C: Consultant's Industrial Wastewater 

Profiles. 

W80-02876 1308 5E 

Fish and Daphnia Toxicity as Surrogates for 
Aquatic Vascular Plants and Algae, 
W80-02960 1308 5 A 

Pollution of the Marine Environment, 
W80-03011 1309 5C 

A Fast Indicator for Detecting Gross Pollution 

by Hazardous Chemicals, 

W80-03257 1309 5A 

Purification of Waste Streams Containing Avail- 
able Chlorine, 
W80-03539 1310 5D 

The Use of Isaza (Chaenogobius Isaza Tanaka) 

to Study the PCB Pollution (In Japanese), 

W 80-04741 1314 5C 

Digital-Transport Model Study of 

Diisopropylmethylphosphonate (DIMP) 

Ground-Water Contamination at the Rocky 
Mountain Arsenal, Colorado, 

W80-05297 1316 5B 

Research Summary. Industrial Wastewater. 
W80-06732 1324 5D 

CHEMICALS 

Toxic Substances in Water-The U.S. Experi- 
ence. 
W80-00456 1302 5G 

Chemical and Physical Processes Controlling 
the Chemical Composition of Suspended Materi- 
al in the River Tay Estuary, 
W80-00960 1303 2L 

The Volume-Averaged Mass-Transport Equa- 
tion for Chemical Diagenetic Models, 
W80-03044 1309 5B 

Relationships Between Stream Discharge and 
Yield of Dissolved Substances from a Colorado 
Mountain Watershed, 
W80-03191 1309 5B 

The Effect of Water Pretreatment Chemicals on 
the Performance and Durability of Reverse Os- 
mosis Membranes, 
W80-04596 1314 3 A 

Chemical and Sediment Mass Transfer in the 

Godavari River Basin in India, 

W80-04845 1315 2J 

The Uptake of Chemical Elements from Coal 
Ash and Settling Basin Effluent by Primary Pro- 
ducers I. Relative Concentrations in Predomi- 
nant Plants, 
W80-05038 1315 5C 

Spring Transition Period in Lake Ontario-A 
Numerical Study of the Causes of the Large 
Biological and Chemical Gradients, 
W80-05814 1318 2H 

Chemical Yields in Runoff, and Denudation in a 
Small Arable Catchment, East Devon, England, 
W80-06633 1324 2 J 

An Expanded Solute Transport Model for Simu- 
lating Groundwater Contamination Episodes, 
W8O-06875 1324 5B 

CHEMILUMINESCENCE 

Halide Ion Enhancement of Chromium (III), 

Iron (II), and Cobalt (II) Catalysis of Luminol, 

Chcmiluminescence, 

W80-05809 1318 IB 



CHEMISTRY 

Survey of Swimming Pool Algae of the Phoe- 
nix, Arizona, Metropolitan Area, 
W80-00506 1302 5C 

Whole-Lake Model for the Distribution of Sedi- 
ment-Derived Chemical Species, 
W80-05488 1317 2H 

CHEMISTRY OF PRECIPITATION 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Organochlorine 
Pesticides in Great Lakes Precipitation, 
W80-00086 1301 5A 

Effects of Acidic Precipitation on Precambrian 

Freshwaters in Southern Ontario, 

W 80-00344 1301 5 A 

Surface Loading from Pollutants in Precipitation 
in Southern Ontario: Some Climatic and Statisti- 
cal Aspects, 
W80-00345 1301 5A 

Atmospheric Contributions to Stream Water 
Chemistry in the North Cascade Range, Wash- 
ington, 
W80-00948 1303 2K 

Chlorine, Bromine and Iodine in Monsoon Rains 

in India, 

W80-01291 1304 2K 



Composition of Trinidad Rainfall, 
W80-02179 



1306 2K 



Mercury in Southern New England Coastal 

Rains, 

W80-02326 1306 5B 

Aerial Inputs of Cadmium, Copper, Lead, and 
Manganese into a Freshwater Pond in the Vicin- 
ity of a Coal-Fired Power Plant, 
W80-03466 1310 5A 

Acid Precipitation in the Western United States, 
W80-04213 1313 2K 

Preliminary Cloud Microphysics Studies for 

Texas Hiplex 1979, 

W80-06072 1319 2B 

Draft, Construction and Operation of a Sequen- 
tial Rain Sampler, 
W80-06084 1319 7B 

Effects of Chemical Defoliation of an Abies 
Grandis Habitat on Amounts and Chemistry of 
Throughfall and Stemflow, 
W80-06105 1319 2B 

CHEMOSTAT 

The Influence of Heavy Metals on a Mixed 

Bacterial Population of Sewage Origin in the 

Chemostat, 

W80-01324 1304 5C 

CHEMUNG LAKE 

Chemical Composition of Aquatic Macrophytes, 
I. Investigation of Organic Constituents and Nu- 
tritional Potential, 
W80-01352 1304 5C 

CHESAPEAKE BAY 

Removal of 'Soluble' Iron in the Potomac River 

Estuary, 

W80-01014 1303 5A 

Alkalinity and pH in the Southern Chesapeake 

Bay and the James River Estuary, 

W80-01267 1304 2L 

Macroinfaunal Structure and Effects of Thermal 
Discharges in a Mesohaline Habitat of Chesa- 
peake Bay, Near a Nuclear Power Plant, 
W80-03672 1311 5C 

Recent Geochemical History of Flood Deposits 

in the Northern Chesapeake Bay, 

W80-03735 1311 2J 



Microbial Impact of Canada Geese (Brania Can- 
adensis) and Whistling Swans (Cygnus Colum- 
bianus Columbianus) on Aquatic Eco&ystems, 
W80-03794 1311 5B 

Chesapeake Bay Future Conditions Report Ap- 
pendix 3. Economic and Social Profile. 
W80-03844 1311 6B 

Chemical Tracers for Particle Transport in the 

Chesapeake Bay, 

W80-04632 1314 5B 

C & D Canal Effect on Salinity of Delaware 

Estuary, 

W80-05777 1318 2L 

Nitrogen Fixation Associated with Four Species 
of Submerged Anglosperms in the Central 
Chesapeake Bay, 
W80-06040 1319 21 

CHEYENNE RIVER (SD) 
A Nonparametric Markov Model for Daily- 
River Flow, 
W80-01825 1305 2E 

CHI-SHUI RIVER (TAIWAN) 

Water Pollution of Chi-Shuri River in Taiwan, 
W80-01621 1305 5A 

CHICAGO 

Summer Flooding at Chicago and Possible Rela- 
tionships to Urban-Increased Heavy Rainfall, 
W80-05766 1318 2B 

CHICAGO (ID 

Chicago Water System: Opportunities and Chal- 
lenges of Lake Michigan, 
W80-01681 1305 4A 

Wintertime Raw-Water Contamination at Chica- 
go's South Water Filtration Plant, 
W80-01886 1305 5B 

Tarp Groundwater Monitoring, Summary 
Report (October, 1976-September, 1977), 
W80-01896 1305 5B 

Managing Storm Runoff in Chicago Area, 

W 80-029 14 1308 5G 

Pollutant Concentrations From Homogenous 

Land Uses, 

W80-05725 1318 5B 

Water Resources for Chicago-History and 

Future, 

W80-05822 1318 5D 

The Chicago Region's Valuable Water Re- 
sources, 
W80-06502 1324 6E 

CHICAGO SANITARY AND SHIP CANAL 

Time Series in M Dimensions: The One-Dimen- 
sional Case: Pollution in the Chicago Sanitary 
and Ship Canal, 
W80-02023 1306 5 A 

CHICOPEE RIVER BASIN (MA) 

Ground-Water Availability in Parts of the Chic- 

opee and Mill River Basins, Near Wilbraham, 

Massachusetts, 

W 80-0 1424 1304 2F 

CHICOT AQUIFER (TX) 

A Digital Model for Simulation of Ground- 
Water Hydrology in the Houston Area, Texas, 
W80-00935 1303 6A 

Approximate Water-Level Changes in Wells in 
the Chicot and Evangeline Aquifers in the Hous- 
ton-Galveston Region, Texas, 1977-80 and 1979- 
80, 
W80-06360 1321 7C 



SU 66 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CHLORINATION 



CHIHUAHUAN DESERT 

A Climatic Delineation of the 'Real' Chihuahuan 

Desert, 

W80-02207 1306 2 A 

CHILE 

Physical and Chemical Limnology of Lake Rini- 

hue (Valdivia, Chile), 

W80-01983 1305 5C 

CHINOOK SALMON 

Toxicity of Sodium Pentachlorophenate to Juve- 
nile Chinook Salmon under Conditions of High 
Loading Density and Continuous-Flow Expo- 
sure, 
W80-01095 1303 5 A 

CHIRONOMIDAE 

Subfossil Chironomids as Evidence of Eutrophi- 
cation in Ekoln Bay, Central Sweden, 
W80-04453 1313 5C 

CHITON 

Effects of Salinity on the Respiration and Heart 

Rate of the Common Mussel, Mytilus Edulis L., 

and the Black Chiton, Katherina Tunicata 

(Wood), 

W80-02983 1308 5 A 

CHLORAMINES 

Preparation and Determination of Chloramines 

for Water Toxicology, 

W80-02082 1306 5 A 

Acute Toxicity to Goldfish of Mixtures of 
Chloramines, Copper, and Linear Alkylate Sul- 
fonate, 
W80-06042 1319 5 A 

CHLORAMPHENICOL 

Communities of Organisms During Treatment of 

Sewage Containing Antibiotics, 

W80-02081 1306 5C 

CHLORDANE 

Pesticide Induced Haematological Alterations in 
a Fresh Water Fish Saccobranchus Fossilis, 
W80-00392 1301 5C 

Use of Luminescent Bacteria for Determining 

Toxicity in Aquatic Environments, 

W80-00827 1303 5A 

Organochlorine Residues in Eggs of the Endan- 
gered American Crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus), 
W80-00848 1303 5 A 

Fate of 14C-CIS-Chlordane in Goldfish, Caras- 

sius Auratus (L.), 

W80-00850 1303 5 A 

Identification of Trans-Nonachlor in Goby-Fish 

from Tokyo Bay, 

W80-01087 1303 5 A 

Identification of Chlordanes and Related Com- 
pounds in Goby-Fish from Tokyo Bay, 
W80-03290 1309 5A 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Other Organic 
Chemical Residues in Fish From Major Water- 
sheds of the United States, 1976, 
W80-04706 1314 5C 

CHLORELLA 

Algal Assays for Areas Receiving or Pro- 
grammed to Receive Sewage Effluent, 
W80-00193 1301 5A 

Toxicity of Copper Compounds for Chlorella 

Pyrenoidosa Beyer, 

W80-01066 1303 5A 

Microbial Treatment and Utilization of Night- 
soil, 
W80-01673 1305 5D 



Accumulation of Cadmium by Green Microal- 

gae, 

W80-03276 1309 5B 

The Uptake of Urea by Chlorella, 

W80-04124 1312 5C 

CHLORFENETHOL 

Mechanisms of DDT Resistance in Larvae of 

the Mosquito Aedes Aegypti L., 

W80-02987 1308 5A 

CHLORFENVINPHOS 

Physiological and Behavioural Characterization 
of the Action of Chlorfenvinphos on Fish Le- 
bistes Reticulatus Peters, 
W80-02084 1306 5B 

CHLORIDES 

Economic Return on Pollution Control Expend- 
itures for the Pickled Food Industry, 
W80-00131 1301 5D 

The Use of Ferric Chloride as a Flocculating 
Agent in the Treatment of Drinking Water, 
W80-00263 1301 5E 

Chloride Uptake by Anacystis Nidulans (Cyano- 

phyceae), 

W80-05023 1315 5C 

Simulation of Water Circulations and Chloride 
Transports in Lake Superior for Summer 1973, 
W80-05280 1316 2H 

CHLORINATED HYDROCARBON 

Metabolism of Toxaphene by Aquatic Sediment 
and a Camphor-Degrading Pseudomonad, 
W80-00511 1302 5C 

CHLORINATED HYDROCARBON 
INSECTICIDES 

Effect of Hexachlorane (HCCH) on Some He- 
matological and Biochemical Characteristics of 
the Blood of the Round Goby (Gobius Melanos- 
tomus), 
W80-01745 1305 5 A 

CHLORINATED HYDROCARBON PESTICIDE 

Identification of Chlordanes and Related Com- 
pounds in Goby-Fish from Tokyo Bay, 
W80-03290 1309 5 A 

CHLORINATED HYDROCARBON 
PESTICIDES 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Chlorinated Pes- 
ticides in Soils of the Everglades National Park 
and Adjacent Agricultural Areas, 
W80-00618 1302 5 A 

Pollutant Levels in the Great Skua Catharacta 

Skua, 

W80-00845 1303 5B 

Organochlorine Residues in Eggs of the Endan- 
gered American Crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus), 
W80-00848 1303 5 A 

Uptake of Methoxychlor from Food and Water 
by the American Toad (Bufo Americanus), 
W80-01102 1303 5A 

Influences of Dieldrin on the Growth and Body 
Composition of Fingerling Rainbow Trout 
(Salmo gairdneri) fed Oregon Moist Pellets or 
Tubificid Worms (Tubifex Sp.), 
W80-01746 1305 5A 

Trace Metals and Organochlorine Residue Con- 
tent of Mullidae Family Fishes and Sediments in 
the Vicinity of Erdemli (Icel), Turkey, 
W80-03231 1309 5A 

Heavy Metals and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in 
Pelagic Organisms from the Open Mediterra- 
nean Sea, 
W80-03241 1309 5 A 



Effects of p,p'-DDT, p,p'-DDD, and p,p'-DDE 
on Oxygen Uptake in the Freshwater Planarian 
(Phagogata Gracilis), 
W80-03291 1309 5 A 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, 
Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James 
River, Virginia, Appendix E: Environmental Im- 
pacts of Marsh Development with Dredged Ma- 
terial: Metals and Chlorinated Hydrocarbon 
Compounds in Marsh Soils and Vascular Plant 
Tissues, 
W80-03401 1310 5E 

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in Fish-Eating Birds 

from the Gdansk Bay, Baltic Sea, 

W80-04419 1313 5B 

CHLORINATED PARAFFINS 

Chlorinated Paraffins-An Environmental 

Hazard, 

W80-02214 1306 5 A 

CHLORINATION 

Effluent Polishing and Wastewater Reuse at 

Snokist Growers Cannery, 

W80-00118 1301 5D 

Current Technology and Research on Re-Use of 

Effluents, 

W80-00258 1301 5D 

Operation and Control of Water Purification 

Plants, Part II, 

W80-00262 1301 5E 

Richards Bay Mzingazi Water Purification 

Works, 

W80-0O268 1301 5F 

The Use of the ATP Assay for Rapid Assess- 
ment of Water Quality, 
W 80-005 5 2 1302 5 A 



Chlorination System Analysis, 
W80-01662 



1305 6A 



Preparation and Determination of Chloramines 

for Water Toxicology, 

W80-02082 1306 5 A 

Effects of Chlorinated Organics from 
Wastewater Treatment on Algal Growth, 
W80-02420 1307 5A 

Ozone and Ultraviolet Radiation Disinfection 
for Small Community Water Systems, 
W80-02725 1308 5F 

Progress in Wastewater Disinfection Technol- 
ogy, Proceedings of the National Symposium, 
Cincinnati, OH, September 18-20, 1978. 
W80-02812 1308 5D 

Field Studies in Optimization of Wastewater 

Chlorination, 

W80-02813 1308 5D 

Comparison of Acute Toxicity of Chlorinated 
Effluents from Optimized and Existing Facilities, 
W80-02814 1308 5D 

Design of a Chlorination System for Lagoon 

Disinfection, 

W80-02815 1308 5D 

Dechlorination of Wastewater: State-of-the-Art 
Field Survey and Pilot Plant Studies, 
W80-02816 1308 5D 

Effectiveness of Chlorine Dioxide as a 

Wastewater Disinfectant, 

W80-02817 1308 5D 

Chlorine Dioxide: Analytical Measurement and 

Pilot Plant Evaluation, 

W80-02818 1308 5D 



SU-67 



CHLORINATION 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Effects of Chlorine, Ozone, and Ultraviolet 

Light on Nonvolatile Organics in Wastewater 

Effluents, 

W8O-02829 1308 5D 

Mutagenic Activity of Nonvolatile Organics De- 
rived from Treated and Untreated Wastewater 
Effluents, 
W80-02830 1308 5D 

The Placing of the Disinfection Stage in a Recla- 
mation Plant to Reduce Haloform Formation, 
W80-03324 1310 5F 

Maximum Utilization of Water Resources in a 
Planned Community: Chlorine and Ozone Tox- 
icity Evaluation, 
W80-03921 1312 5C 

Effects of Continuous Chlorination on Entrained 

Estuarine Plankton, 

W80-04220 1313 2L 

Effects of Chlorobrominated and Chlorinated 
Cooling Waters on Estuarine Organisms, 
W80-04393 1313 5C 

Virus Removal by Advanced Wastewater Treat- 
ment. 
W80-05106 1316 5D 

The Occurrence and Behavior of Halomethanes 

in the Aquatic Environment, 

W80-05407 1317 5B 

Production of Trihalomethanes from the Chlor- 
ination of Cast Iron Water Pipe Bacterial Films, 
W80-05469 1317 5F 

Formation and Control of Trithalomethanes in 

Chlorinated Drinking Waters Containing Fulvic 

Acid, 

W80-05802 1318 5A 

Organic-Rich Colloidal Marerial in Estuaries 

and Its Alteration by Chlorination, 

W80-06093 1319 5 A 

The State of Art in the Use of Chlorine Dioxide 
and Ozone in the Treatment of Water, 
W80-06852 1324 5G 

CHLORINE 

Persistence of Chlorine in Cooling Water from 

Electric Generating Station, 

W80-00581 1302 5A 

Total Residual Chlorine: The Effect of Short- 
Term Exposure on the Emerald Shiner Notropis 
Atherinoides (Rafinesque), 
W80-00857 1303 5A 

Seasonal Effects of Chlorine Produced Oxidants 

on the Growth, Survival and Physiology of the 

American Oyster, Crassostrea Virginica (Gmen- 

lin), 

W80-01344 1304 5C 

The Effects of Chlorine, Elevated Temperature 

and Exposure Duration of Power Plant Effluents 

on Larval White Perch Morone Americana 

(Gmelin), 

W80-01759 1305 5A 

Assessment of an Amperometric Membrane 
Probe for Determining Free Residual Chlorine 
in Saline Cooling Waters, 
W80-01867 1305 7B 

Effectiveness of Chlorine Dioxide as a 

Wastewater Disinfectant, 

W80-02817 1308 5D 

Chlorine Dioxide: Analytical Measurement and 

Pilot Plant Evaluation. 

WXO-02818 1.108 5D 



Effect of Particulates on Inactivation of Entero- 
viruses in Water by Chlorine Dioxide, 
W80-02319 1308 5D 

Effect of Particulates on Disinfection of Entero- 
viruses in Water by Chlorine Dioxide, 
W80-02998 1308 5D 

The Development of Water Quality Criteria for 
Ammonia and Total Residual Chlorine for the 
Protection of Aquatic Life in Two Johnson 
County, Kansas Streams, 
W80-03082 1309 5C 

Monitoring of Total Amount of Lipophilic 

Organo Chiorine Compounds in a Swedish 

River, 

W80-03458 1310 5B 

Modified Amperometric Membrane Probes for 
Determining Free and Total Residual Chlorine 
in Saline Cooling Waters, 
W80-03462 1310 5A 

The Influence of Acclimation Temperature on 
the Interactions of Chlorine, Elevated Tempera- 
ture, and Exposure Duration for Grass Shrimp, 
Palaemonetes Pugio, 
W80-03704 1311 5A 

Acute Toxicity of Residual Chlorine and Am- 
monia to Some Native Illinois Fishes, 
W80-04668 1314 5C 

The Occurrence and Behavior of Halomethanes 

in the Aquatic Environment, 

W80-05407 1317 5B 

Delayed Behavioral Responses of the Balack- 
nose Dace (Rhinichthys Atratulus) to Chlora- 
mines and Free Chlorine, 
W80-06039 1319 5C 

CHLORINE DIOXIDE 

Studies on Oxidation Processes of Cyanides and 
Phenols in Waste and Natural Waters by Using 
Chlorine Dioxide, 
W80-00109 1301 5D 

CHLOROBENZENE 

Embryo-Larval Toxicity Tests with Organic 

Compounds, 

W80-01197 1303 5A 

CHLOROFORM 

Formation and Control of Trithalomethanes in 

Chlorinated Drinking Waters Containing Fulvic 

Axid, 

W80-05802 1318 5A 

CHLOROFOS 

Physiological Mechanisms of the Action of 
Toxic Substances, and Adaptation of Aquatic 
Animals to Them, 
W80-01057 1303 5A 

CHLOROPHOS 

Effect of Chlorophos and Hexachlorane on Cell 

Cultures of Warm-Blooded and Cold-Blooded 

Animals, 

W80-O3242 1309 5C 

CHLOROPHYLL 

The Relationship Between Water Depth and 
Sedimentary Pigment Concentration in Two 
Holomictic Berkshire Lakes, 
W80-00871 1303 5G 

Chlorophyll Production, in Response to Nutri- 
ent Additions, by the Algae in Lake Rotorua 
Water, 
W80-01120 1303 5C 

Horizontal Undependability in the Planktonic 

Environment, 

W80-0I460 1304 5C 



Ratio ATP/Chlorophyll as An Index of Rivers' 

Water Quality, 

W80-01755 1305 5C 

Hydrological Structure Analysis tor Estimating 

the Primary Production in the Tropical Atlantic 

Ocean, 

W80-02129 1306 5C 

Organic Geochemistry-Biochemical Organic 

Matter, 

W80-02570 1307 5C 

The Effect of Wastewater Phosphorus Removal 
on Shagawa Lake, Minnesota: Phosphorus Sup- 
plies, Lake Phosphorus and Chlorophyll A, 
W80-03459 1310 5C 

Distribution of Bacteria and Chlorophyll A at a 

Nearshore Station in Lake Ontario, 

W80-03822 1311 5C 

Growth, Chlorophyll and Mineral Nutrient 
Studies on Phalans Arundinaceae L. in Three 
Scottish Lochs, 
W80-04147 1312 5C 

A Simple Reflectance Method for the Measure- 
ment of Particulate Pigment in Lake Water and 
Its Application to Phosphorus-Chlorophyll- 
Seston Relationships, 
W80-04224 1313 2H 

Photosynthesis and Growth of Spirulina Platen- 
sis (Cyanophyta) in an Equatorial Lake (Lake 
Simbi, Kenya), 
W80-04647 1314 5C 

Chlorophyll Turnover in Skeletonema Costa- 

tum, a Marine Plankton Diatom, 

W80-04659 1314 5B 

The Effect of Tidal Resuspension on the Distri- 
bution of Intertidal Epipelic Algae in an Estu- 
ary, 
W80-05132 1316 2L 

Statistical Evaluation of the Relationships Be- 
tween Phytoplankton Biomass, Chlorophyll A, 
and Primary Production in Lake Superior, 
W80-05270 1316 2H 

Growth, Chlorophyll and Mineral Nutrient 

Studies on Phalaris Arundinaceae L. in Three 
Scottish Lochs, 

W80-05319 1316 21 

Relationship Among Optical Transmission, 
Volume Reflectance, Suspended Mineral Con- 
centration, and Chlorophyll a Concentration in 
Lake Superior, 
W80-05423 1317 2H 

The Phosphorus-Chlorophyll Relationship in 

Roodeplaat Dam 

W80-06037 1319 5C 

The Effects of Transect Direction on Observed 
Spatial Patterns of Chlorophyll in Lake Tahoe, 
W80-06135 1319 2H 

The Determination of Chlorophyll A in Water 

Containing Sediment, 

W80-06648 1324 5A 

CHLOROPHYLL DERIVATIVES 

The Relationship Between Water Depth and 
Sedimentary Pigment Concentration in Two 
Holomictic Berkshire Lakes, 
W80-00871 1303 5G 

CHLOROPHYTA 

Accumulation of Cadmium by Dunaliella Tertio- 

lecta Butcher, 

W80-00398 1301 5A 

Nitrate Uptake by Enteromorpha Spp. (Chloro- 
phyceae): Applications to Aquaculture Systems, 
W80-01113 1303 5C 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



CITIES 



Uptake of Inorganic Nitrogen by Sodium Frag- 
ile Subsp. Tomentosoides (Chlrorophyta), 
W80-01462 1304 5C 

Dynamics of the Phytoplankton in the River 

Lot, 

W80-01706 1305 5C 

Growth of Scenedesmus Protuberans Fritsch in 

Phosphorus-Limited Cultures, 

W80-02515 1307 5C 

A Model of the Succession from Green to Blue- 
Green Algae Based on Light Limitation, 
W80-02516 1307 5C 

Steady-State Growth and Chemical Composi- 
tion of the Marine Chlorophyte Dunaliella Ter- 
tiolecta in Nitrogen-Limited Continuous Cul- 
tures, 
W80-O4456 1313 5C 

The Significance of Vitamins and the Epiphytic 
Bacterial Community in the Nutritional Ecology 
of Cladophora Glomerata, 
W80-05008 1315 5C 

CHLORPHOXIM 

Extraction and Gas-Liquid Chromatographic 

Analysis of Chlorphoxim in Water and Fish, 

W80-01089 1303 5A 

CHOLORINE 

Interactions of Chlorine, Temperature Change 

(delta T), and Exposure Time on Survival of 

Striped Bass (Morone Saxatilis) Eggs and Pro- 

plarvae, 

W80-02385 1306 5 A 

CHONDRUS 

Effect of Pulp Mill Effluent on Productivity of 

Seaweeds, 

W8O-0O818 1303 5 A 

CHONOCHILUS 

Factors Regulating Intrazooplankton Predation 

by Polyphemus Pediculus, 

W80-05795 1318 2H 

CHORELLA 

Biological Availability of Low Versus High Mo- 
lecular Weight Reactive Phosphorus, 
W80-01990 1305 5C 

CHOWAN RIVER BASIN (NC 

Monitoring Areawide Rural Water Quality, 
W80-01976 1305 5 A 

CHOWAN RIVER (VA 

Simulation of Algal Growth in the Chowan 

River, 

W80-05181 1316 5C 

CHOWAN RIVER (VA-NO 

Water Quality Modeling in the Upper Reaches 

of the Chowan River, 

W80-05253 1316 5B 

CHRISTIANA RIVER (DEL) 

Contributions of Urban Land Use to Stream 

Water Quality, 

W80-03644 1311 5B 

CHROMATOGRAPHY 

Reinvestigation of the Toxins from the Blue- 
Green Alga, Aphanizomenon Flos-Aquae, by A 
High Performance Chromatographic Method, 
W80-02159 1306 5 A 

A Rapid Analysis of Surface Waters by High 

Pressure Liquid Chromatography, 

W80-02603 1307 7B 

Functionally Distinct Classes of Complex Phos- 
phorus Compounds in Lake Water, 
W80-03110 1309 5C 



Formation and Control of Trithalomethanes in 

Chlorinated Drinking Waters Containing Fulvic 

Acid, 

W80-05802 1318 5A 

Determination of Selected Anions in Water by 

Ion Chromatography, 

W80-06244 1320 5A 

CHROMATOLOGY 

Concentration and Fractionation of Hydropho- 
bic Organic Acid Constituents from Natural 
Waters by Liquid Chromatography, 
W80-05301 1316 IB 

CHROMIUM 

Body Burden of Chromium, Copper, Cadmium 
and Lead in the Neustonic Copepod Anomalo- 
cera Patersoni (Pontellidae) Collected from the 
Mediterranean Sea, 
W80-00665 1302 5 A 

Guidelines for Surface Water Quality Vol 1 In- 
organic Chemical Substances Chromium, 
W80-01166 1303 5C 

The Influence of Heavy Metals on a Mixed 

Bacterial Population of Sewage Origin in the 

Chemostat, 

W80-01324 1304 5C 

Treatment Technology to Meet the Interim Pri- 
mary Drinking Water Regulations for Organics: 
Part 4, 
W80-02043 1306 5G 

Heavy Metals in the Sea-Skater Halobates Ro- 
bustus from the Galapagos Islands: Concentra- 
tions in Nature and Uptake Experiments, with 
Special Reference to Cadmium, 
W80-02221 1306 5A 

Molt-Related Sensitivity of Daphnia Pulex in 

Toxicity Testing, 

W80-02396 1306 5 A 

Mathematical Model of Heavy Metal Transfer 

and Transport in Lake Erie, 

W80-02407 1307 5B 

Levels of Metal Pollutants in Sediments and 

Biota of the Gulf of Trieste: A Long Term 

Survey, 

W80-03228 1309 5 A 

Pollution Monitoring of Eleven Trace Elements 
in Three Marine Organisms from Saronikos 
Gulf, Greece, 
W80-03230 1309 5 A 

Accumulation and Distribution of Heavy Metals 
in Some Marine Organisms in the Bay of Izmir 
and in Aegean Coasts, 
W80-03239 1309 5 A 

Organochlorines and Metals in Harbour Seals 

(Dutch Wadden Sea), 

W80-03280 1309 5B 

Concentrations of Arsenic, Selenium and Ten 
Heavy Metals in School Shark, Galeorhinus 
Australis (Macleay), and Gummy Shark, Muste- 
lus Antarcticus Gunther, from South-Eastern 
Australian Waters, 
W80-03285 1309 5A 

The Field Assessment of Effects of Dumping 
Wastes at Sea: 3. A Survey of the Sewage 
Sludge Disposal Area in Lyme Bay, 
W80-03696 1311 5 A 

Elemental Content of Aquatic Organisms Inhab- 
iting a Pond Contaminated with Coal Fly Ash, 
W80-04011 1312 5B 

Tissue Metal Concentrations in Two Crayfish 
Species Cohabiting a Tennessee Cave Stream, 
W80-04696 1314 5A 



Halide Ion Enhancement of Chromium (III), 

Iron (II), and Cobalt (II) Catalysis of Luminol, 

Chemiluminescence, 

W80-05809 1318 IB 

CHROMOSOMES 

Health Considerations in the Preparation of 
Drinking Water from the River Rhine, 
W80-04884 1315 5C 

CHRYSOPHYTA 

Temperature Effects on Steady-State Growth, 
Phosphorus Uptake, and the Chemical Composi- 
tion of a Marine Phytoplankter, 
W80-03804 1311 5C 

CIBOLO CREEK (TX) 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Cibolo 

Creek, Presidio & Shafter, Texas. 

W80-02855 1308 2E 

CICHLIDS 

Sub-Lethal Effects of the Organophosphate 
Black Fly Larvicide, Abate (Temephos) on Sar- 
otherodon Mossambicus (Peters), 
W80-03261 1309 5C 

CINCINNATI (OH) 

Planning Water Supply: Cost-Rate Differentials 

and Plumbing Permits, 

W80-01315 1304 6C 

CIRCULATION 

An Assessment of the Effects of Bathymetric 
Changes Associated with Sand and Gravel 
Mining on Tidal Circulation in the Lower Bay 
of New York Harbor, 
W80-00693 1302 2J 

The Impact of Dredged Holes on Oxygen 
Demand in the Lower Bay, New York Harbor, 
W80-00694 1302 4C 

On Man-Induced Variations in the Circulation of 

the Mediterranean Sea, 

W80-03354 1310 2L 

Factors Influencing Water Movements in the 

Firth of Clyde, 

W80-03369 1310 2L 

Mixing Processes on the Atlantic Continental 

Shelf, Cape Cod to Cape Hatteras, 

W80-04532 1314 5B 

Wind-Driven Circulation in Small Shallow 
Lakes: Laboratory and Computational Experi- 
ments, 
W80-04870 1315 2H 

Composition, Transport and Deposition of Sus- 
pended Matter in Lower Cook Inlet and Sheli- 
kof Strait, Alaska, 
W80-05061 1315 5C 

Time Scales in Wind-Driven Lake Circulations, 
W80-05255 1316 2H 

Simulation of Water Circulations and Chloride 
Transports in Lake Superior for Summer 1973, 
W80-05280 1316 2H 

Characterization of the Nearshore Hydrodyna- 
mics of an Arctic Barrier Island-Lagoon System, 
W80-05353 1316 5C 

A Semi-Implicit Two-Dimensional Model of Es- 

tuarine Circulation, 

W80-05475 1317 2L 

CIRRIFOMIA 

Survival of Hypoxic Conditions by the Poly- 

chaete Cirriformia Tentaculata, 

W80-06278 1320 5 A 

CITIES 

The Potential of Economic Desalinization for 

Small Systems, 

W80-02001 1306 6B 



SU-69 



CITIES 



SUBJECT INDEX 



An Investigation of Pollutant Source Strength- 
Rainfall Relationships at St. Louis, 
W80-02494 1307 2B 

Rainfall Changes in Summer Caused by St. 

Louis, 

W80-02884 1308 2B 

Managing Storm Runoff in Chicago Area, 
W80-02914 1308 5G 

A Model for Evaluating Runoff-Quality in Met- 
ropolitan Master Planning, 
W80-03199 1309 5B 

Linearized Subhydrographs Urban Runoff 

Model, 

W80-05234 1316 2A 

Water Resources for Chicago-History and 

Future, 

W80-O5822 1318 5D 

Dynamic Models of Residential Water Demand, 
W80-06403 1321 6D 

Rainfall Statistical Properties in Naples, 
W80-O6650 1324 2B 

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION 

A Systems Resources Approach to Citizen Par- 
ticipation: The Case of the Corps of Engineers, 
W 80-047 56 1314 6E 

CITRUS COUNTY 

Evaluation of a Digital Model for Estuarine 

Water Quality Simulation in Waste Allocation 

Studies, 

W8O-0O761 1302 5B 

CITRUS FRUITS 

An Improved Weighing Lysimeter Facility for 

Citrus Evapotranspiration Studies, 

W80-03325 1310 2D 

A Brank-New Irrigation System 

(Splinternuwebesproeiingstelsel), 

W80-05991 1318 3F 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Current Computer Practices Within Civil Engi- 
neering, 
W80-05235 1316 7C 

CLADOCERA 

Factors Regulating Intrazooplankton Predation 

by Polyphemus Pediculus, 

W80-05795 1318 2H 

CLADOPHORA 

Production and Biomass of Cladophora Prolifera 
(Chlorophyta, Cladophorales) in Bermuda, 
W80-01110 1303 5C 

CLALLAM COUNTY (WA) 

Flood Elevations for the Sooes River at Pro- 
posed Fish Hatchery, Clallam County, Washing- 
ton - A Surface- Water Site Study, 
W80-00231 1301 81 

CLAMS 

Toxicity of Fishery Chemicals to the Asiatic 

Clam, Corbicula Manilensis, 

W80-00785 1302 5A 

Modified Venture Suction Sampler for Collect- 
ing Asiatic Clams, 
W80-00787 1302 5A 

Sublelhal Effects of Heavy Metal Contaminated 
Sediments on the Bivalve Macoma Balthica (L.), 
W80 0109 1303 5A 

Condition Index and Free Amino Acid Content 
,1 Vlacoma Inquinata Exposed to Oil-Contami- 
nated Marine Sediments, 
W80-OI331 1304 5H 



The Occurrence of Copper, Iron and Zinc in the 
Hard Shell Clam, Mercenaria Mercenaria, and 
Sediments of Southampton Water, 
W80-02391 1306 5B 

Accumulation of Manganese in Donax Truncu- 

lus L. (Bivalvia), 

W80-02949 1308 5B 

The Occurrence and Seasonal Variations of Na, 
K, Ca, Mg and Heavy Metals in Taiwan's Oys- 
ters and Clams, 
W80-02991 1308 5 A 

Chemical Composition of Taiwan's Oysters and 

Clams, 

W80-02992 1308 5A 

Rangia Cuneata in An Industrial Water System 

(Bivalvia: Mactridae), 

W80-03669 1311 5 A 

Fluctuations of Copper, Zinc, and Silver in Tel- 
lenid Clams as Related to Freshwater Dis- 
charge-South San Francisco Bay, 
W80-06339 1321 5C 

Laboratory Studies Carried Out in Connection 
With the Spill: Burrowing Behavior in the Clam 
Macoma Balthica, 
W80-06751 1324 5C 

CLARK COUNTY (IND) 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Silver Creek, Clark and Floyd Coun- 
ties, Indiana, 
W80-04861 1315 5B 

CLASSIFICATION 

Algal Biochemical Tricks and Classification, 
W80-O0512 1302 5C 

Cooling Impoundments: Classification and Anal- 
ysis, 
W 80-005 80 1302 2H 

A Survey of the Biota, Environment and Use for 
Recreation of Twelve Lakes in Snowdonia, 
W80-00699 1302 5C 

Benthos Typology of Spanish Reservoirs, 
W80-01723 1305 5C 

Zooplankton Crustaceans in Spanish Reservoirs, 
W80-01783 1305 5C 

The Culture Collections of Algae at the Univer- 
sity of Texas at Austin, 
W80-01981 1305 5C 

Wetland Classification in Western Canada: A 
Guide to Marshes and Shallow Open Water 
Wetlands in the Grasslands and Parklands of the 
Prairie Provinces, 
W8O-02321 1306 6B 

Some Implications of Remote Sensing Technol- 
ogy in Insect Control Programs Including Mos- 
quitoes, 
W80-03514 1310 7B 

Taxonomic Characteristics of Aquatic Plants 
from the Alimentary Tract of Grass Carp, 
W80-03831 1311 4A 

Stream Types in Idaho: An Approach to Classi- 
fication of Streams in Natural Areas, 
W80-03835 1311 6B 

Classification of Wetlands and Deepwater Habi- 
tats of the United States, 
W8O-043O1 1313 6B 

CLAVA 

Hydroids in Biotest: Clava Multicornis Exposed 

to Cadmium, 

W80-03296 1309 5A 



CLAVIS 

Toxic Effects and Accumulation of Cadmium in 
Some Benthic Organisms of the Baltic, 
W80-03297 1309 5A 

CLAY MINERALS 

Preferential Clay Mineral Erosion from Water- 
sheds in the Maumee River Basin, 
W80-01837 1305 2J 

A Predictive Model of Sediment Transport in 
Lake Michigan Based Upon Clay Mineralogy, 
W80-03382 1310 2J 

CLAYS 

Dispersive Soil Problem at Los Esteros Dam, 
W80-00974 1303 8D 

Measuring Hydraulic Conductivity in Clay 
Soils: Methods, Techniques, and Errors, 
W80-01265 1304 7B 

Poliovirus Type I Removal by Montmorillonite 

Clay, 

W80-02408 1307 5B 

Laboratory Procedures for Determining the Dis- 

persibility of Clayey Soils, 

W80-03316 1310 8D 

Physical Properties of Soil Moisture, 
W80-O4606 1314 2G 

Groundwater Regime Associated with Slope 
Stability in Champlain Clay Deposits, 
W80-05555 1317 8D 

A Simulation Model for Predicting Infiltration 

Into Cracked Clay Soil, 

W80-06377 1321 2G 

Permanent Effects of Elevated Temperature on 

the Hydraulics and Strength Properties of Clay 

Confining Layers in Aquifer Storage of Thermal 

Energy, 

W80-06509 1324 8D 

Self-Diffusion and Viscosity of Water in Clays, 
W80-06613 1324 2G 

The Swelling of Clay: II. Montmorillonites, 
W80-06835 1324 2G 

CLAYTOR LAKE (VA) 

Leaf Breakdown and Invertebrate Colonization 

on a Reservoir Bottom, 

W80-01717 1305 5C 

CLEAN AIR ACT 

Air and Water Pollution Policy, 

W8O-O038O 1301 6E 

Current Issues in U.S. Environmental Policy. 
W 80-02 847 1308 6E 

The Applicability of the Federal Pollution Acts 

to Indian Reservations: A Case for Tribal Self- 

Government, 

W80-05080 1315 6E 

CLEAN WATER ACT 

Compensating States and the Federal Govern- 
ment for Damages to Natural Resources Result- 
ing from Oil Spills, 
W80-00387 1301 6E 

CLEANING 

Oil Spill Cleanup Activities, 

W80-04082 1312 5C 

CLEAR CREEK (IN) 

A One-Dimensional Steady-State. Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Clear Creek, Monroe County, Indiana. 
W80-06789 1324 5G 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



CLOUD SETTING 



CLEAR-CUTTING 

Vegetation Management for Water Yield Im- 
provement in the Colorado River Basin, 
W80-01164 1303 4A 

Effects of Clearcutting on Soil Water Depletion 

in an Engelmann Spruce Stand, 

W80-04034 1312 4A 

Effects of Wood Products Harvest on Forest 

Soil and Water Relations, 

W80-04519 1314 4C 

Seston Dynamics in Southern Appalachian 

Streams: Effects of Clear-Cutting, 

W80-05770 1318 4C 

CLEAR LAKE (IA) 

Rise and Collapse of an Introduced Fish, Mor- 
none Mississippiensis in Clear Lake, Iowa, 
W80-01771 1305 5C 

CLEARFIELD COUNTY (PA) 

Special Flood Hazard Information Report: 
Sandy Lick Creek, City of Dubois, Clearfield 
County, Pennsylvania. 
W80-02852 1308 2E 

CLEARWATER CREEK (MN) 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Clearwater 
Creek, Rice Creek Watershed, Centerville, Lino 
Lakes, Hugo, Minnesota. 
W80-02850 1308 2E 

CLEVELAND (OH) 

Management Study for Cleveland-Akron Metro- 
politan and Three Rivers Watershed Areas, Ap- 
pendix I: Plan Formulation. 
W80-02037 1306 5D 

Wastewater Management Study for Cleveland- 
Akron Metropolitan and Three Rivers Water- 
shed Areas, Appendix II: Comments. 
W80-02038 1306 5F 

Wastewater Management Study for Cleveland- 
Akron Metropolitan and Three Rivers Water- 
shed Areas, Appendix III: Municipal 
Wastewater and Stormwater Runoff. 
W80-02039 1306 5D 

Wastewater, Management Study, for Cleveland- 
Akron Metropolitan and Three Rivers Water- 
shed Areas, Appendix VII: Institutional Evalua- 
tion. 
W80-02040 1306 5D 

Wastewater Management Study for Cleveland- 
Akron Metropolitan and Three Rivers Water- 
shed Areas. IX: Agricultural Evaluation. 
W80-02041 1306 5D 

Wastewater Management Alternatives for the 
Cleveland-Akron, Three Rivers Watershed 
Area: Technical Appendix-Phase I: Municipal 
Wastewater and Stormwater Runoff. 
W80-02042 1306 5D 

Flooding Problems in A Small Urban Water- 
shed-Dean Brook, Cleveland, Ohio, 
W80-06182 1319 2E 

CLIMATES 

Partial Drought Conditions in Nepal, 
W80-01033 1303 2B 

Growth of Subterranean Clover in a Range Soil 
as Affected by Microclimate and Phosphorus 
Availability. III. Comparative Growth of Sub- 
terranean and Rose Clovers at Cold Soil Tem- 
peratures, 
W80-04814 1315 3F 

CLIMATIC DATA 

Measurements of Rainfall Intensity, Instrumenta- 
tion and Data Processing, 
W80-04028 1312 2B 



CLIMATIC ZONES 

Production and Energy Flow in the Macro- 
benthos of Two Sandy Beaches in South West 
India, 
W80-01463 1304 5C 

Characterization of Arid Climates According to 
Combined Water Balance Parameters, 
W80-02208 1306 2D 

Pollen Analysis of a 200-M Core Sample from 

Lake Biwa, 

W80-02568 1307 5C 

CLIMATOLOGY 

Hydrometeorological Characteristics of Severe 

Rainstorms in Illinois, 

W80-01009 1303 2B 

A Climatology of Mountain Fog on Mauna Loa, 

Hawaii Island, 

W80-01375 1304 2B 

Considerations About the Climate and Hydrolo- 

gical Regime in Southern and Southeastern 

Brazil, 

W80-01806 1305 2 A 

A Study of Wet Spells and Persistence of Rainy 

Days in Raichur, 

W80-01827 1305 2B 

A Climatic Delineation of the 'Real' Chihuahuan 

Desert, 

W80-02207 1306 2 A 

Methods of Comparing Annual Rainfall Records 

for Climatic Purposes, 

W80-02867 1308 2B 



Nile River Discharge, 
W80-02901 



1308 2B 



Kutse Game Reserve: Field Trip to a Drought- 
Prone Environment, 
W80-03059 1309 2 A 

Meteorological Aspects of the 1975-76 Drought, 
W80-03445 1310 2E 

Study of Normal Rainfall of Satara District, 
W80-04238 1313 2B 

Role of Tree-Ring Analysis and Related Studies 
in Palaeo-Climatology: Preliminary Survey and 
Scope for Indian Region, 
W80-04241 1313 2B 

The Use of the Climatic Water Budget in Water 
Resources Management and Control, 
W80-04872 1315 4A 

Use of the Climatic Water Budget to Estimate 

Streamflow, 

W80-04874 1315 2 A 

The Use of the Climatic Water Budget to Evalu- 
ate the Validity of a Precipitation Record, 
W80-04877 1315 7B 

Environmental Climatology of Lake Superior, 
W80-05284 1316 2H 

Observations of Mesoscale Winds in Lower 

Cook Inlet, Alaska - March 1978, 

W80-05347 1316 5A 

Study of Climatic Effects on Fast Ice Extent and 

its Seasonal Decay Along the Beaufort-Chukchi 

Coasts, 

W80-05518 1317 5C 

Hailstorms in Southern Saskatchewan, 
W80-05769 1318 2B 

Is Your Weather Being Modified, 

W80-05778 1318 4C 



Mapping Potential Evapotranspiration in Hilly 

Terrain, 

W80-06069 1319 2D 

On Some Aspects of Climatology Associated 

with A Dam, 

W80-06071 1319 2B 

Investigations of the Radar Echo Climatology of 

Southern Hiplex, 

W80-06302 1320 2B 

Rainfall Distribution in Northeastern Thailand, 
W80-06626 1324 2B 

CLINTON COUNTY (IND) 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for South Fork Wildcat Creek, Clinton 
County, Indiana, 
W80-05299 1316 6A 

CLOGGING 

Trickle Irrigation: Prevention of Clogging, 
W80-00074 1301 5F 

Soil Sediment Deposits in Subsurface Drains, 
W80-03178 1309 4A 

Effect of Infiltration Rate on Biological Clog- 
ging and Water Quality Changes During Artifi- 
cial Recharge, 
W80-03950 1312 4B 

CLOUD PHYSICS 

Solar Radiation as Indexed by Clouds for Snow- 
melt Modeling, 
W80-00292 1301 2C 

Users Guide for the Analysis and Interpretation 
of Satellite Imagery on the High Plains Summer 
Cloud and Mesoscale Systems, 
W80-05111 1316 7B 

Preliminary Cloud Microphysics Studies for 

Texas Hiplex 1979, 

W80-06072 1319 2B 

Laboratory Studies of Riming, and Its Relation 

to Ice Splinter Production, 

W80-06496 1324 2B 

CLOUD SEEDING 

Silver Concentration in Rainwater from Seeded 
and Nonseeded Florida Cumuli: 1973-1975 Re- 
sults, 
W80-00736 1302 2B 

Face Rainfall Result: Seeding Effect or Natural 

Variability, 

W80-01888 1305 2B 

Comments of the Climax and Wolf Creek Pass 

Cloud Seeding Experiments, 

W80-01891 1305 2B 

Texas Hiplex Interim Progress Report for April 

1 - September 30, 1979. 

W80-03319 1310 2B 

Texas Hiplex 1979 Field Operations Summary, 
W80-03320 1310 2B 

Studies of Silver Iodide Ice-Forming Activity: 

Verification of Theory, 

W80-04244 1313 2B 

Weather Modification: Winners and Losers, 
W80-04508 1314 3B 

Project Sky water Data Inventory, 1979 Hiplex 
Season, High Plains Cooperative Program, 
W80-05762 1318 2B 

CLOUD SETTING 

Non Conventional Water Resources: Some Ad- 
vances in their Development, 
W80-00429 1302 3C 



SU-71 



CLOUDBURSTS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CLOUDBURSTS 

Flood Hazard Information: Animas River and 
Hermosa Creek, Hermosa, Colorado, 
W80-01412 1304 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Wolf Creek, 

Granada, Colorado. 

W80-O2848 1308 2E 

Flood of April 1977 in the Appalachian Region 
of Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Vir- 
ginia, 
W80-06795 1324 2E 

CLOUDS 

Apparatus and Method for Measuring Liquid 

Water Content of a Cloud or Fog, 

W80-00891 1303 2B 

A Climatology of Mountain Fog on Mauna Loa, 

Hawaii Island, 

W80-01375 1304 2B 

Preliminary Cloud Microphysics Studies for 

Texas Hiplex 1979, 

W80-06072 1319 2B 

Mesoscale Characteristics of the Texas Hiplex 

Area During Summer 1978, 

W80-06737 1324 2B 

CLOVERS 

Growth of Subterranean Clover in a Range Soil 
as Affected by Microclimate and Phosphorus 
Availability. III. Comparative Growth of Sub- 
terranean and Rose Clovers at Cold Soil Tem- 
peratures, 
W80-04814 1315 3F 

Effects of Diurnal Variation in Light and Tem- 
perature on the Acetylene Reduction Activity of 
Subterranean Clover, 
W80-06329 1321 3F 

CLUPEIDS 

Entrainment and Impingement of Fish by Power 
Plants in the Great Lakes which Use the Once- 
Through Cooling Process, 
W80-02965 1308 5 A 



CLUTHA RIVER (NEW ZEALAND) 

Clutha Flood of October 1978, 
W80-06479 1324 



2A 



CNP 

Determination Method for Residual 1,3-Dich- 
loro-and l,3,5-Trichloro-2-(4-Nitrophenoxy) 

Benzene (NIP and CNP) in Fish and Shellfish, 
W80-00847 1303 5 A 

COAGULANTS 

The Improvement of the Performance of the 
Purification of Municipal and Industrial Sewage 
water with Coagulants and Flocculants, 
W80-01675 1305 5D 

COAGULATION 

Studies on Wastewater Treatment with Floccu- 
lants Application, 
W80-00099 1301 5D 

Design of Facilities for Physical-Chemical 

Treatment of Raw Wastewater, 

W80-00104 1301 5D 

Removal of Suspended Solids and Algae from 
Aerobic Lagoon Effluent to Meet Proposed 
1983 Discharge Standards to Streams, 
W80-00121 1301 5D 

Evaluation of Instant Noodles Processing 
Wastewater Characteristics and Treatment Al- 
ternatives, 
W80-OOI35 1301 5D 

Development and Application of Design and 
Operation Procedures for Coagulation of 



Dredged Material Slurry and Containment Area 

Effluent, 

W80-00918 1303 5E 

Dynamic Control of the Coagulation Process, 
W80-02158 1306 5F 

Formation and Control of Trithalomethanes in 

Chlorinated Drinking Waters Containing Fulvic 

Acid, 

W80-05802 1318 5A 

The Uptake of Fluorides During Coagulation, 
W80-06263 1320 5D 

Alum: An Effective Coagulant: Wastewater 
Treatment for Phosphorus Removal, 
W80-06708 1324 5D 

COAL 

Interchange of Metals and Organic Matter be- 
tween Water and Subbituminous Coal or Lignite 
under Simulated Coal Slurry Pipeline Condi- 
tions, 
W80-02151 1306 5D 

Polarographic Characterization of Nitrohumic 

Acids Prepared by Nitric Acid Oxidation of 

Coal, 

W80-02152 1306 5D 

Impacts of Coal-Fired Power Plants on Fish, 

Wildlife and Their Habitats, 

W80-03518 1310 4C 

Coal Slurry Transportation Systems and Related 
Water Rights and Water Quality Problems, 
W80-04979 1315 6E 

COAL ASH 

Recovery of Invertebrate and Vertebrate Popu- 
lations in a Coal Ash Stressed Drainage System, 
W80-02381 1306 5C 

COAL CONVERSION 

An Evaluation of the Acute Toxicity to Aquatic 
Biota of a Coal Conversion Effluent and its 
Major Components, 
W80-01090 1303 5 A 

COAL FLY ASH 

Elemental Content of Aquatic Organisms Inhab- 
iting a Pond Contaminated with Coal Fly Ash, 
W80-04011 1312 5B 

COAL MINE WASTE 

Evaluation of the Impact of Texas Lignite De- 
velopment on Texas Water Resources, 
W80-06261 1320 4C 

COAL MINE WASTES 

Effects of Acid Mine Drainage on a Southwest- 
ern Pennsylvania Stream, 
W80-00684 1302 5A 

The Yampa River Basin, Colorado and Wyo- 

ming-a Preview to Expanded Coal-Resource 

Development and its Impacts on Regional Water 

Resources, 

W80-02582 1307 6A 

Sewage Effluent and Liquid Digested Sludge as 
Aids to Revegetation of Strip Mine Spoil and 
Anthracite Coal Refuse Banks, 
W80-03093 1309 3C 

Acid Mine Drainage and the Pennsylvania 

Courts, 

W80-04966 1315 6E 

Southern Illinois Mine Waste Control Plan: A 

Summary, 

W80-05723 1318 4D 

Physical Characteristics of Some Minesoils, 
W80-05955 1318 3B 



Effect of Surface Coal Mining on the Hydrology 
of Crooked and Turkey Creek Basins, Jefferson 
County, Alabama, 
W80-06240 1320 5B 

COAL MINES 

Water Quality of Runoff from Surface Mined 

Lands in Northern Arizona, 

W80-00288 1301 5B 

Gazetteer of Coal-Mine Lakes in Southwestern 

Indiana, 

W80-OO921 1303 2H 

Effect on Sediment Yield and Water Quality of a 

Nonrehabilitated Surface Mine in North-Central 

Wyoming, 

W80-00928 1303 2J 

Impact of Western Coal Mining--I. Chemical 
Investigations of a Surface Coal Mine Sedimen- 
tation Pond, 
W80-01285 1304 2K 

Conversion of Abandoned Collieries in Southern 
Belgium into Low-Pressure Gas Storage Units, 
with Description of Special Plugging of the Var- 
ious Shafts, 
W80-01536 1304 2G 

An Overview of River-Basin Assessment Tech- 
niques in an Energy-Impacted Region-- Yampa 
River Basin, Colorado and Wyoming, 
W80-01952 1305 6G 

Groundwater Quality Near an Underground 

Coal Gasification Experiment, 

W80-02674 1307 2F 

Western Coal Planning Assistance Project: 

Phase I, Final Report. 

W80-02712 1308 6B 

Western Coal Planning Assistance Project: 
Source Book for Western Coal/Energy Devel- 
opment. 
W80-02713 1308 10A 

Western Coal Planning Assistance Project: 
Forecasts for Western Coal/Energy Develop- 
ment. 
W80-02714 1308 6B 

Western Coal Planning Assistance Project: A 
Guide to Methods for Impact Assessment of 
Western Coal/Energy Development. 
W80-02715 1308 6B 

Western Coal Planning Assistance Project: Fact 
Book for Western Coal/Energy Development. 
W80-02716 1308 6B 

The Impact of Surface Mining on the Hydrolo- 
gic Environment of the Big Sandy Creek Water- 
shed, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, 
W80-02809 1308 4C 

Occurrence and Activity of Iron and Sulfur- 
Oxidizing Microorganisms in Alkaline Coal 
Strip Mine Spoils, 
W80-05404 1317 5B 

Selected Coal-Related Ground-Water Data, Wa- 
satch Plateau-Book Cliffs Area, Utah, 
W80-05453 1317 5B 

The Effect of Moisture on Phosphorus Diffusion 

in Coal Mine Spoils, 

W80-06186 1319 5C 

COAL POWERPLANTS 

Growth Responses of Selected Freshwater 
Algae to Trace Elements and Scrubber Ash 
Slurry Generated by Coal-Fired Power Plants, 
W80-04386 1313 5C 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT 



COALFISH 

Distribution of Radioactivity in Coalfish (Polla- 
chius Virens) Following Intragastric Adminis- 
tration of (9-14C) Phenanthrene, 
W8O-0O844 1303 5 A 

COALS 

Physical and Engineering Properties of Hazard- 
ous Industrial Wastes and Sludges, 
W80-00243 1301 8G 

Western Coal Planning Assistance Project: Fact 
Book for Western Coal/Energy Development. 
W80-02716 1308 6B 

Quality and Treatment of Water Involved with 

Coal Slurry Transport by Pipeline, 

W80-O4108 1312 5D 

Solubility of Selected Major and Minor Ele- 
ments from Coal, Gob and Fly Ash Accumula- 
tions, 
W80-04604 1314 5B 

COAST GUARD REGULATIONS 

Wreck Removal; Statutory Restrictions; Rivers 

and Harbors Act, 

W80-04795 1314 6E 

COASTAL AREA MANAGEMENT ACT 

Public Participation in Local Land-Use Plan- 
ning: Concepts, Mechanisms, State Guidelines 
and the Coastal Area Management Act, 
W 80-05070 1315 6E 

COASTAL AREAS 

Plant Life of the Estuary, 

W80-00301 1301 2L 

Classification of Coastal Environments, 
W80-01901 1305 6B 

Water Resources Development by the U.S. 
Army Corps of Engineers in North Carolina. 
W80-04770 1314 6B 

COASTAL DEVELOPMENT 

Guidelines for Urban Development in Louisi- 
ana's Coastal Wetlands, 
W80-00547 1302 4C 

COASTAL ENGINEERING 

Performance Analysis of Tethered Float Break- 
water, 
W80-00587 1302 8B 

Sand Bed Friction Factors for Oscillatory 

Flows, 

W80-OO734 1302 2L 

Numerical Modeling of Tidal Circulation in 

Harbors, 

W80-05433 1317 2L 

Biological Impacts of Minor Shoreline Struc- 
tures on the Coastal Environment: State of the 
Art Review, Volume I, 
W80-05473 1317 8B 

Biological Impacts of Minor Shoreline Struc- 
tures on the Coastal Environment: State of the 
Art Review, Volume II: Data Printout, 
W80-05474 1317 8B 

Dune District Management: A Framework for 
Shorefront Protection and Land Use Control, 
W80-05693 1317 2L 

Wave Runup on Variable Beach Profiles, 
W80-05826 1318 2L 

Sand Motion Initiation by Water Waves: Two 

Asymptotes, 

W80-06829 1324 2 J 

COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS 

Guidelines for Urban Development in Louisi- 
ana's Coastal Wetlands, 
W80-00547 1302 4C 



COASTAL FLOODS 

Coastal Flood of February 7, 1978, in Maine, 
Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, 
W80-01420 1304 2E 

COASTAL FRONTS 

Field Study of Pollutant Migration in the Vicini- 
ty of a Coastal Front, 
W80-01141 1303 5C 

COASTAL LOUISIANA 

Water Resources Data for Loiisiana, Water Year 

1979-Volum 3. Coastal Louisiana. 

W80-06171 1319 7C 

COASTAL MARSHES 

Nitrogen Pools in Georgia Coastal Waters, 
W80-01459 1304 5C 

The Potential for Managing and Protecting 
Coastal Wetlands through Approved Coastal 
Management Programs, 
W80-02273 1306 6E 

An Overview of St. John's Marsh, St. Clair 

County, Michigan. 

W80-02316 1306 6G 

Land Management Alternatives for St. John's 

Marsh, St. Clair County, Michigan. 

W 80-023 17 1306 6G 

The National Estuarine Sanctuary Program, 
W80-03416 1310 6E 

Consumption of Eelgrass, Zostera Marina, by 
Birds and Invertebrates During the Growing 
Season in Lake Grevelingen (SW Netherlands), 
W80-03819 1311 5C 

Coastal Zone Management and State-Local Re- 
lations Under the Louisiana Constitution of 
1974, 
W80-04998 1315 6E 

Land Use Controls in Coastal Areas, 
W80-05075 1315 6E 

An Analysis of Annual Growth and Productiv- 
ity of Juncus Roemerianus Scheele and Spartina 
Alterniflora Loisel in Coastal Alabama, 
W80-0561S 1317 21 

Underground Biomass Profiles and Productivity 

in Atlantic Coastal Marshes, 

W80-05629 1317 21 

Economic Value of Natural Coastal Wetlands: A 

Critique, 

W80-05671 1317 4C 

Pollen Evidence for Historic Sedimentation 
Rates in California Coastal Marshes, 
W80-05786 1318 2L 

COASTAL PLAINS 

Dealing with Site Disturbances from Harvesting 
and Site Preparation in the Lower Coastal Plain, 
W80-03503 1310 4C 

Water Resource Policies and Authorities: Feder- 
al Participation in Shore, Hurricane, Tidal and 
Lake Flood Protection (Final Rule). 
W80-03877 1311 6E 

Current Environmental Law: Taking or Regula- 
tion, 
W80-04786 1314 6E 

The Management of Land and Water Use in the 

Coastal Zone: A New Law is Enacted in North 

Carolina, 

W80-04788 1314 6E 

Land Use Controls in Coastal Areas, 
W80-05075 1315 6E 



Local-Regional Interaction in the Development 
of Coastal Land-Use Policies: A Case Study of 
Metropolitan Los Angeles, 
W80-05687 1317 6E 

Friction Factors in Storm Surges Over Inland 

Areas, 

W80-05825 1318 2L 

Rainfall Trend at Port Moresby From 1945 to 

1976, 

W80-06408 1321 2B 

COASTAL PLAINS OF NORTH CAROLINA 

Public Policy for the Management of Ground- 
water in the Coastal Plain of North Carolina, 
W80-06221 1320 4B 

COASTAL RESOURCES 

Coastal States Have Control of Coastal Re- 
sources, 
W80-04757 1314 6E 

COASTAL STRUCTURES 

An Assessment of Some Economic Effects of 
Fia Land Use Requirements on Urban Coastal 
Zone Development, 
W80-01381 1304 6F 

Low Cost, Labor Intensive Coastal Develop- 
ment Appropriate Technology, 
W80-02142 1306 6C 

South Jetty Stability Study, Masonboro Inlet, 
North Carolina: Hydraulic Model Investigation, 
W80-03397 1310 8B 

The Management of Land and Water Use in the 

Coastal Zone: A New Law is Enacted in North 

Carolina, 

W80-04788 1314 6E 

Biological Impacts of Minor Shoreline Struc- 
tures on the Coastal Environment: State of the 
Art Review, Volume I, 
W80-05473 1317 8B 

Biological Impacts of Minor Shoreline Struc- 
tures on the Coastal Environment: State of the 
Art Review, Volume II: Data Printout, 
W80-05474 1317 8B 

Laboratory Generated Waves and Wave The- 
ories, 
W80-06832 1324 8B 

Modeling of Short Waves Using the Finite Ele- 
ment Method, 
W80-06918 1324 2L 

COASTAL WETLANDS 

Michigan Coastal Wetlands: What Good Are 

They. 

W80-02315 1306 21 

COASTAL ZONE 

Federalism in the Coastal Zone: Three Models 

of State Jurisdiction and Control, 

W80-01569 1304 6E 

COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT 

Coastal Hazards and National Policy: A Jury- 

Rig Approach, 

W80-00370 1301 6E 

Integrated Planning and Water Quality Manage- 
ment: The Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
Amendments of 1972 and Coastal Zone Manage- 
ment, 
W80-00527 1302 6E 

Guidelines for Urban Development in Louisi- 
ana's Coastal Wetlands, 
W80-00547 1302 4C 

Low Cost, Labor Intensive Coastal Develop- 
ment Appropriate Technology, 
W80-02142 1306 6C 



SU-73 



COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Integrated Planning for Water Quality Manage- 
ment: The Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
Amendments of 1972 and Coastal Zone Manage- 
ment, 
W80-03581 1310 6E 

COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 

Coastal Zone Management In The United States, 
W80-00478 1302 6E 

COASTS 

Winter Circulation in the Western Gulf of 
Maine: Part 2. Current and Pressure Observa- 
tions, 
W80-00069 1301 2L 

Bubble Populations and Spectra in Coastal 
Waters: A Photographic Approach, 
W80-00352 1301 2L 

The Role of the Permit System in the California 

Coastal Strategy, 

W80-00364 1301 6E 

The Coastal Commissions and State Agencies: 

Conflict and Cooperation, 

W80-00365 1301 6E 

Coastal Zone Management In The United States, 
W80-00478 1302 6E 

Phytoplankton in the Coastal Waters of the 

Bothnian Bay Off Kemi, 

W80-00518 1302 5C 

On the Generation of the Seasonal Coastal Up- 
welling in the Gulf of Guinea, 
W80-00608 1302 2L 

Degradation of Selected Polycyclic Aromatic 
Hydrocarbons in Coastal Sediments: Importance 
of Microbes and Polychaete Worms, 
W80-00613 1302 5 A 

The Production and Fate of Phytoplankton Size 
Fractions in the Plume of the Hudson River, 
New York Bight, 
W80-00628 1302 2L 

Energetics of Breaking Waves Within the Surf 

Zone, 

W80-00737 1302 2L 

Low-Frequency Sea Level and Current Fluctu- 
ations Along the Coast of Northwest Italy, 
W80-00742 1302 2L 

Wind-Wave Relationships for a Coastal Site in 

the Central English Channel, 

W80-01012 1303 2L 

Proceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Zone 

Research in Massachusetts (November 27-28, 

1978), 

W80-01136 1303 2J 

Field Study of Pollutant Migration in the Vicini- 
ty of a Coastal Front, 
W80-01141 1303 5C 

Offshore Oil: Its Impact on Texas Communities. 

Volume I - Executive Summary, 

W80-01143 1303 5C 

Ecological Consequences of Petroleum Spillage 

in Puerto Rico, 

W80-01162 1303 5C 

Uptake of Inorganic Nitrogen by Sodium Frag- 
ile Subsp. Tomentosoides (Chlrorophyta), 
W80-01462 1304 5C 

Coastal Land Preservation: Obstacles to Effec- 
tive State Action, 
W80-01559 1304 6E 

Hypersaline Bottom Water: Peard Bay, Alaska, 
W80-01842 1305 2L 



Tidal Currents Measured Near a British Coastal 

Power Station, 

W80-01850 1305 2L 

Sediment Hydrocarbons Near an Oil Rig, 
W80-01885 1305 5B 

Relation Between West Coastal Rainfall and 
Nimbus 6 Scams Liquid Water Data Over the 
Northeastern Pacific Ocean, 
W80-01889 1305 7B 

Marine Recreation in the Coastal Belt, 
W80-01972 1305 6D 

Mathematical Modelling of Eutrophied Coastal 

Areas, 

W80-01993 1305 5C 

Comprehensive Framework Study-California 
Region: Appendix XVI-Shoreline Protection 
and Development. 
W80-02035 1306 6B 

An Assessment of the Potential Environmental 
Impact of Large-Scale Sand-Dredging for the 
Building of Artificial Islands in the North Sea, 
W80-02068 1306 5C 

Sea Surface Temperatures Near a Bay Inlet 

Zone, 

W80-02220 1306 2L 

Linkages Between the Economy and the Envi- 
ronment of the Coastal Zone of Mississippi. Part 
II: Environmental Model. 
W80-02367 1306 5C 

A Simple Pollution Vulnerability Index for Pre- 
liminary Coastal Water Quality Management 
Planning, 
W80-02768 1308 5G 

Marine Wildlife Conservation in the Coastal 

Zone, 

W80-03024 1309 5C 

Consistency for Department of the Interior 
Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Prelease Sale 
Activities and for Other Federal Activities Di- 
rectly Affecting the Coastal Zone (Final Rule). 
W80-03408 1310 6E 

Surf Zone Dynamics During Upwelling on the 

Oregon Coast, 

W80-03632 1311 2L 

Nitrate and Phytoplankton Production in South- 
ern California Coastal Waters, 
W80-03789 1311 5C 

Ultraviolet Radiation and Phytoplankton Photo- 
synthesis, 
W80-04462 1313 5C 

A Regulated Citizen's Bill of Rights, 
W80-04466 1313 6E 

Coastal Zone Management and Excluded Feder- 
al Lands: The Viability of Continued Federalism 
in the Management of Federal Coastlands, 
W80-04482 1313 6E 



Model Coastal Zone Statute, 
W80-04492 



1313 6E 



Social Equity in Coastal Zone Planning, 
W80-04493 1313 6E 

Coastal States Organization: The Past and 

Future, 

W80-04494 1313 6E 

Environmental Protection Motivation in Coastal 

Zone Land-Use Legislation, 

W80-04495 1313 6E 

Maine Coastal Storm and Flood of February 2, 

1976, 

W80-04553 1314 2E 



Coastal Zone Management - A Federal Perspec- 
tive, 
W80-04583 1314 6E 

Congress and Coastal Zone Management, 
W80-04584 1314 6E 

Coastal Zone Management - A New Approach 

in California, 

W80-04586 1314 6E 

Benthic Infaunal Variability on a Transect in the 

Gulf of Mexico, 

W80-04627 1314 2L 

Nips, Notches, and the Solution of Coastal 
Limestone: An Overview of the Problem with 
Examples from Greece, 
W80-04628 1314 2J 

Coastal Controls in California: Wave of the 

Future, 

W80-04779 1314 6E 

The Coastal Zone Management Act Amend- 
ments of 1976, 
W80-04784 1314 6E 

Coastal Water Pollution Around Tiber River 

Mouth-A Case Study, 

W80-04840 1315 5B 

Federal Consistency and State Expectations, 
W80-04918 1315 6E 

Coastal Zone Management from an Administra- 
tive Perspective: A Case Study of the San Fran- 
cisco Bay Conservation and Development Com- 
mission, 
W80-04919 1315 6E 

Coastal Land Use Control in Sweden, 
W80-04920 1315 6E 

Saving California's Coast: The Coastal Zone Ini- 
tiative and Its Aftermath, 
W80-04924 1315 6E 

An Evaluation of Louisiana Superport Studies 
and Implications for Coastal Zone Management, 
W80-04926 1315 6E 

Identifying the 'Public' for Participation in 

Coastal Zone Management, 

W80-04927 1315 6E 

Oil Spills: A Coastal Resident's Handbook, 
W80-04939 1315 5C 

The Coastal Area Management Act in the 

Courts: A Preliminary Analysis, 

W80-04963 1315 6E 

The Coastal Zone Management Act and Its Po- 
tential Impacts on Coastal Dependent Energy 
Development, 
W80-04980 1315 6E 

The Pressure for Shoreline Development: Spa- 
tial Concepts in Review, 
W80-04991 1315 6E 

Some Legal Issues in the Coastal Zone Manage- 
ment Act: Grant-In-Aid Aspects - Part One, 
W80-05095 1315 6E 

Some Legal Issues in the Coastal Zone Manage- 
ment Act: Grant-In-Aid Aspects - Part Two, 
W80-05096 1315 6E 

Florida and Coastal Zone Management, 
W80-O51O0 1315 6E 

Approximation for Salt-Water Intrusion in Un- 

confined Coastal Aquifer, 

W80-05126 1316 2L 

Velocity Profiles Over a Rippled Bed and the 

Threshold of Movement of Sand, 

W80-05133 1316 2L 



SU-74 



SUBJECT INDEX 



COELASTRUM 



Temporal and Spatial Variability in Longshore 

Motion along the Texas Gulf Coast, 

W80-05151 1316 2L 

Field Verification of Sediment Transport Model, 
W80-05228 1316 2L 

The Urban Coast From a National Perspective, 
W80-05363 1316 6E 

Energy Facility Siting in the Urban Coastal 

Zone: Compatible or Not, 

W80-05365 1316 6E 

Coastal Zone Management: The First Five 

Years and Beyond, 

W80-05366 1316 6E 

Coastal Land Management in California, 
W80-05378 1316 6E 

Problems and Prospects of Coastal Zone Man- 
agement: An Environmental Viewpoint, 
W80-05379 1316 6E 

Morphology and Hazards Related to Nearshore 

Ice in Coastal Areas, 

W80-0550O 1317 5C 



Thermocline Formation in the Celtic Sea, 
W80-06652 1324 



2L 



Coastal and Open Ocean Science, 
W80-05570 



1317 5B 



The Environmental Geology and Geomorpho- 
logy of the Barrier Island - Lagoon System 
Along the Beaufort Sea Coastal Plain, 
W80-05600 1317 5C 

Sediment-Water Chemical Exchange in the 

Coastal Zone Traced by in Situ Radon-222 Flux 

Measurements, 

W80-05765 1318 2L 

Deposition of Dredged Sediment at Open Water 

Sites, 

W80-05787 1318 2L 

Shallow Water Surface Wave Elevation Distri- 
butions, 
W80-05824 1318 2L 

Intergovernmental Tension in Coastal Zone 

Management: Some Observations, 

W80-05904 1318 6E 

Diurnal Rainfall Variation in Northeast Brazil, 
W80-06094 1319 2B 

Downwelling over the Southern California 

Shelf, 

W80-06184 1319 2L 

Metal Concentrations in Marine Sediments from 

Lebanon, 

W80-06213 1320 5 A 

Proceedings of the Gulf of Mexico Coastal Eco- 
systems Workshop, Port Aransas, TX, Septem- 
ber 4-7, 1979. 
W80-06228 1320 2L 

Identification of Training Needs for Public Par- 
ticipation Responsibilities, 
W80-06255 1320 6E 

Flowslides in Muds on Extremely Low Angle 
Tidal Flats, Northeastern South America, 
W80-06290 1320 2L 

A Statistical Method to Estimate the Biochemi- 
cal Composition of Phytoplankton in the South- 
ern Bight of the North Sea, 
W80-06295 1320 2L 

Satellite Observations of a Nutrient Upwelling 

Off the Coast of California, 

W80-06499 1324 2L 

Simulation of Salt-Water Interface Motion, 
W80-06603 1324 2L 



Summertime Advection of Low Salinity Surface 

Waters Into Onslow Bay, 

W80-06660 1324 2L 

Natal Shelf Circulation Revealed by Landsat 

Imagery, 

W80-06721 1324 5B 

Water Level Variations Along California Coast, 
W80-06831 1324 2L 

Upwelling in a Nearshore Marine Ecosystem 

and its Biological Implications, 

W80-06847 1324 2L 

Seawater Intrusion in Continuous Coastal 

Aquifer-Aquitard Systems, 

W80-06878 1324 2L 

The Open Boundary Value Problems in Ocean 

Dynamics by Finite Elements, 

W80-06907 1324 2L 

COBALT 

Effect of Selected Water Toxicants and Other 
Chemicals upon Adenosine Triphosphatase Ac- 
tivity in Vitro, 
W80-01073 1303 5A 

Levels of Metal Pollutants in Sediments and 

Biota of the Gulf of Trieste: A Long Term 

Survey, 

W80-03228 1309 5 A 

Trace Elements in Pelagic Organisms and a Pe- 
lagic Foodchain of the Aegean Sea, 
W80-03229 1309 5 A 

Pollution Monitoring of Eleven Trace Elements 
in Three Marine Organisms from Saronikos 
Gulf, Greece, 
W80-03230 1309 5 A 

Accumulation and Distribution of Heavy Metals 
in Some Marine Organisms in the Bay of Izmir 
and in Aegean Coasts, 
W80-03239 1309 5 A 

Concentrations of Arsenic, Selenium and Ten 
Heavy Metals in School Shark, Galeorhinus 
Australis (Macleay), and Gummy Shark, Muste- 
lus Antarcticus Gunther, from South-Eastern 
Australian Waters, 
W80-03285 1309 5A 

Heavy Metals in the Sediments of the Gulf of 

Bothnia, 

W80-03295 1309 5 A 

Ion Exchange Recovery of Cobalt and Copper 

from Blackbird Mine Drainage, 

W80-04296 1313 5D 

The Study of Eutrophication of Algal Benthos 
by Essential Metals in Artificial Rivers, 
W80-04726 1314 5A 

Halide Ion Enhancement of Chromium (III), 

Iron (II), and Cobalt (II) Catalysis of Luminol, 

Chemiluminescence, 

W80-05809 1318 IB 

COBALT RADIOISOTOPES 

Influence of the Mode of Contamination on the 
Subsequent Elimination of Cobalt 60 by a Phan- 
erogame, A Mollusc, A Crustacean and by a 
Freshwater Fish (In French), 
W80-02098 1306 5B 

Distribution of Cobalt 60 in a Mollusc, a Crusta- 
cean and a Freshwater Teleost: Variations as a 
Function of the Source of Pollution and During 
Elimination, 

W80-02984 1308 5 A 



Accumulation and Excretion of Cobalt-60 Taken 
Up from Seawater by Marine Fishes, 

W80-04001 1312 5 A 

COBEQUID BAY (NOVA SCOTIA) 

Wave-Induced Liquefaction: A Modern Exam- 
ple from the Bay of Fundy, 
W80-04061 1312 2L 

COBURN CREEK (LA) 

Flood Plain Information: Pearl River, Bogue 

Lusa and Coburn Creeks Vicinity of Bogalusa, 

LA. 

W80-02017 1306 2E 

COCKLE 

Biological Availability of Sediment-Bound Cad- 
mium to the Edible Cockle, Cerastoderma 
Edule, 
W80-01088 1303 5A 

COCONINO COUNTY (AZ) 

Maps Showing Ground-Water Conditions in the 
Kanab Area, Coconino and Mohave Counties, 
Arizona- 1976, 
W80-02589 1307 7C 

Maps Showing Ground-Water Conditions in the 
Hopi Area, Coconino and Navajo Counties, Ari- 
zona-- 1977, 
W80-06052 1319 7C 

COD 

The Relationship Between Vertebral Number 

and Water Temperature in Cod, 

W80-02368 1306 5 A 

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Carcinogens 

in Commercial Seafoods, 

W80-03252 1309 5 A 

The Relationship Between Vertebral Number 

and Water Temperature in Cod, 

W80-03680 1311 5 A 

CODORUS CREEK (PA) 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study-Analysis of Conclusions: Summary of 
Findings and Recommendations. 
W80-04171 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study-Appendix A. Technical Studies. Vol. I. 
W80-04173 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study-Appendix A. Technical Studies. Vol. II. 
W80-04174 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study-Appendix A. Technical Studies. Vol. III. 
W80-04175 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study-Appendix A. Technical Studies. Vol. IV. 
W80-04176 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study. Appendix B. Impact Studies. 
W80-04177 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study. Appendix C. Analysis of Institutional Ar- 
rangements. 
W80-04178 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study. Supplement to Appendix C. Implement- 
ing a Land-Based System-An Analysis of Ap- 
proaches. 
W80-04179 1312 5G 

COELASTRUM 

The Uptake of 226Ra by Planktonic Algae 
Under Conditions of Continuous Cultivation, 
W80-00394 1301 5 A 



SU-75 



COFFEE SAND 



SUBJECT INDEX 



COFFEE SAND 

The Coffee Sand and Ripley Aquifers in Missis- 
sippi, 
W80-03484 1310 2F 

COFFER DAMS 

Four Floods Almost Wreck Coffer Dams. 
W80-06450 1321 8A 

COFFERDAMS 

Cryogenic Texture and Strength Aspects of Ar- 

tifically Frozen Soils, 

W80-01507 1304 2C 

Temporary Cofferdam at Koeberg, 

W80-05996 1318 8H 

COHO SALMON 

Effects of Prolonged Exposure to Ammonia on 
the Blood and Liver Glycogen of Coho Salmon 
(Oncorhyncush Kisutch), 
W80-01322 1304 5A 

COLCHICINE 

Toxic Effects of the Phytoalkaloid Colchicine 
on Oviposition and Neurosecretion of the 
Vector Snail (Indoplanorbis Exustus), 
W80-03289 1309 5 A 



COLD REGIONS 

Cold Regions Spill Response, 
W80-00158 



1301 5C 



Response to Oil Spills in the Arctic Environ- 
ment: A Review, 
W80-01138 1303 5C 

Oil Spill Behavior in Ice During the 1977 Buz- 
zards Bay Oil Spill, 
W80-01146 1303 5C 

Natural Frost in Improvement of Construction 
Properties of Ground in Hydroengineering and 
Industrial and Civilian Construction, 
W80-01533 1304 2C 

Determination of Selected Hydraulic Properties 

of Subarctic Soils, 

W80-03648 1311 2G 

Wastewater Treatment in Cold Regions by 

Overland Flow, 

W80-05112 1316 5D 

Subsea Permafrost: Probing, Thermal Regime 
and Data Analysis, 

W80-05591 1317 2C 

COLD RESISTANCE 

In Situ Freezing as a Cause of Mortality in 

Brown Trout Eggs, 

W80-00985 1303 5A 

COLD-WATER FISHING 

Evaluation of Habitat Quality in Wyoming 

Trout Streams, 

W 80-0 1906 1305 6B 

COLEMAN CREEK (VA) 

Assimilative Capacity of Small Streams, 
W80-02693 1307 5B 

COLFAX COUNTY (N MEX) 

Ground Water in the Vicinity of Capulin, New 

Mexico, 

W80-01592 1304 6D 

COLIFORMS 

Cost Effective Approach for Combined Storm 

and Sewer Clean-Up, 

W80-OO055 1301 4A 

Effects of Bottom Sediments on the Survival of 
Enterobacter Aerogenes in Seawater, 
WS0-00662 1302 5A 

Concentration and Sources of Fecal and Organic 
Pollution in an Agricultural Watershed, 
W80-O0687 1302 5A 



Field Studies in Optimization of Wastewater 

Chlorination, 

W80-02813 1308 5D 

Comparative Efficiencies of Ozone Utilization 
and Microorganism Reduction in Different 
Ozone Contactors, 
W80-02824 1308 5D 

Field Scale Evaluation of Wastewater Disinfec- 
tion by Ozone Generated from Air, 
W80-02826 1308 5D 

The Survival of Coliform Bacteria in Saline 

Sediments, 

W80-03386 1310 5B 

Microbial Impact of Canada Geese (Branta Can- 
adensis) and Whistling Swans (Cygnus Colum- 
bianus Columbianus) on Aquatic Ecosystems, 
W80-03794 1311 5B 

Coliforms and Water Quality: Use of Data in 

Project Design and Operation, 

W80-05262 1316 5B 

The Ecology of Aeromonas hydrophila in Albe- 
marle Sound, North Carolina, 
W80-05464 1317 5C 

Sediment Bacteria as a Water Quality Indicator 

in the Lynnhaven Estuary, 

W80-05467 1317 5 A 

Reduction of Coliform Bacteria in Two Upland 

Reservoirs: The Significance of Distance Decay 

Relationships, 

W80-05476 1317 5B 

Membrane Filtration Faecal Coliform Determi- 
nations with Unmodified and Modified M-FC 
Medium, 
W80-06851 1324 5D 

COLLAPSE 

Collapse Pressure of Thermoplastic Water Well 

Casings, 

W80-02659 1307 8G 

COLLIN COUNTY (TX) 
Expanded Flood Plain Information Study: Row- 
lett Creek, Dallas and Collin Counties, Texas. 
W80-02856 1308 2E 

COLLOIDS 

Survey of Some Canadian Lakes for the Pres- 
ence of Ultrastructurally Discrete Particles in 
the Colloidal Size Range, 
W80-01037 1303 5A 

Coastal Colloidal Carbon: A Study of its Season- 
al Variation and the Possibility of River Input, 
W80-03375 1310 2L 

Organic-Rich Colloidal Marerial in Estuaries 

and Its Alteration by Chlorination, 

W80-06093 1319 5 A 

COLONIAL BIRDS 

A Selected Bibliography of the Life Require- 
ments of Colonial Nesting Waterbirds and Their 
Relationship to Dredged Material Islands, 
W80-03393 1310 5C 

COLONIZATION 

Meiofauna Development on Artificial Soft Bot- 
toms in Kiel Bay (In German), 
W80-03346 1310 5A 

Experimental Ecology with Particular Refer- 
ence to Proposed Commercial Harvesting of 
Durvillaea (Phaeophyta, Durvilleales) in New 
Zealand, 
W80-03802 1311 21 

COLOR 

Method for Treatment of Waste Water, 
W80-01938 1305 5D 



Dynamic Control of the Coagulation Process, 
W80-02158 1306 5F 

Ultraviolet Tolerance of Planktonic Crusta- 
ceans, 
W80-02537 1307 5C 

Carotenoid Photoprotection in Diaptomus 

Kenai, 

W80-02549 1307 5C 

Reflectance Spectroscopy of Marine Phyto- 

plankton. Part 2. A Simple Model of Ocean 

Color, 

W80-O4280 1313 5C 

COLORADO 

Re-Use of Foreign Waters, 

W80-00384 1301 6E 

Landsat-Derived Snow Cover as a Forecast 
Tool in the Rio Grande Basin 'n Colorado, 
W80-00573 1302 2C 

Flood Plain Information: Cucharas River and 

Tributaries, La Veta, Colorado, 

W80-014O0 1304 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Cucharas River and 

Tributaries, Walsenburg, Colorado, 

W80-01401 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Animas River and 
Hermosa Creek, Hermosa, Colorado, 
W80-01412 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Colorado River and 

Tributaries: Fruita, CO, 

W80-01413 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Yampa River and 

Tributaries, Craig, Colorado, 

W80-01414 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Informatior: Colorado River and 
Tributaries, Grand Junction, Colorado, 
W80-01415 1304 2E 

Water Supply and Control Development - Colo- 
rado, 
W80-01740 1305 6E 

Comments of the Climax and Wolf Creek Pass 

Cloud Seeding Experiments, 

W80-01891 1305 2B 

Flood Plain Information: Dry Creek, Boulder 

County-Weld County, Colorado. 

W80-02015 1306 2E 

Study of the Effects of Mining and Milling Op- 
erations on High Mountain Streams, 
W80-02250 1306 5A 

Reconnaissance Evaluation of Surface-Water 
Quality in Eagle, Grand, Jackson, Pitkin, Routt, 
and Summit Counties, Colorado, 
W80-02597 1307 5B 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Wolf Creek, 

Granada, Colorado. 

W80-02848 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 

River, Anderson and King Arroyos, La Junta, 
Otero County, CO. 

W80-02854 1308 2E 

An Overview of River-Basin Assessment Tech- 
niques in an Energy-Impacted Region-Yampa 
River Basin, Colorado and Wyoming, 
W80-02865 1308 6A 

Evapotranspiration Under Depleting Soil Mois- 
ture, 
W80-02909 1308 2D 



SU 76 



SUBJECT INDEX 



COLORADO RIVER BASIN 



Water Resources Data for Colorado, Water 
Year 1978-Volume 1. Missouri River Basin, Ar- 
kansas River Basin, and Rio Grande Basin. 
W80-03149 1309 7C 

Water Resources Data for Colorado, Water 
Year 1 978-- Volume 2. Colorado River Basin 
Above Dolores River. 
W80-03150 1309 7C 

Water Resources Data for Colorado, Water 
Year 1978-Volume 3. Dolores River Basin, 
Green River Basin, and San Juan River Basin. 
W80-03151 1309 7C 

Relationships Between Stream Discharge and 
Yield of Dissolved Substances from a Colorado 
Mountain Watershed, 
W80-03191 1309 5B 



River-Quality Assessments. 
W80-03606 



1311 5B 



Residuals Management: A Tool in River-Quality 
Assessment Applied to Coal Development in the 
Yampa River Basin, Colorado, 
W80-03616 1311 6B 

A Review of New Colorado Water and Air 

Pollution Legislation, 

W80-03668 1311 6E 

Hydrologic Data for Wells, Springs, and 
Streams in Boulder County, Colorado, 
W80-03757 1311 2 A 

Optimal Water Use and Salinity Control for 
Energy-Upper Colorado River Basin, 
W80-04190 1312 6 A 

Acid Precipitation in the Western United States, 
W80-04213 1313 2K 

Rainfall-Runoff Data from Small Watersheds in 

Colorado, October 1974 Through September 

1977, 

W80-04371 1313 7C 

Effects of Changes in Drainage-Basin Bound- 
aries on Sedimentation in Eocene Lakes Gosiute 
and Uinta of Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado, 
W80-04541 1314 2 J 

Report to Governor John A. Love on Certain 

Colorado Water Law Problems, 

W80-04798 1314 6E 

Groundwater Augmentation Plans in Colorado, 
W80-O4928 1315 6E 

The Role of the State in Water Planning, Re- 
search, and Administration, 
W80-O4929 1315 6E 

Interstate River Compacts: Impact on Colorado, 
W80-04930 1315 6E 

The Role of Water in the History and Develop- 
ment of Colorado, 
W80-O4931 1315 6E 

Legal System Requirements to Control and Fa- 
cilitate Water Augmentation in the Western 
United States, 
W80-04995 1315 6E 

Water Deliveries Under the Rio Grande Com- 
pact, 
W80-05090 1315 6E 

Irrigator Involvement in the Implementation of 

Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution Control 

Programs, 

W80-05257 1316 5G 

Ground-Water Recharge to the Aquifers of 
Northern San Luis Valley, Colorado: Summary, 
W80-05430 1317 5F 



Cultural Resources Inventory of the West 

Divide Project in Garfield and Mesa Counties, 

Colorado, 

W80-05760 1318 6B 

A Plan for Study of Flood Hydrology of Foot- 
hill Streams in Colorado, 
W80-05876 1318 2E 

Traveltime, Unite-Concentration, Longitudinal- 
Dispersion, and Reaeration Characteristics of 
Upstream Reaches of the Yampa and Little 
Snake Rivers, Colorado and Wyoming. 
W80-06239 1320 5B 

Effective and Bankfull Discharges of Streams in 
the Yampa River Basin, Colorado and Wyo- 
ming, 
W80-06246 1320 2J 

A Digital Model Applied to Ground Water Re- 
charge and Management, 
W80-06305 1320 2G 

Drinking Water Quality and Variations in Water 
Levels in the Fractured Crystalline-Rock 
Aquifer, West-Central Jefferson County, Colora- 
do, 
W80-06343 1321 2F 

Ground-Water Surface-Water Conflicts, 
W80-06504 1324 6E 

Appraisal of Ground Water in the Vicinity of 

the Leadville Drainage Tunnel, Lake County, 

Colorado, 

W80-06516 1324 5B 

Drought-Induced Problems and Responses of 
Small Towns and Rural Water Entities in Colo- 
rado: The 1976-1978 Drought, 
W80-06561 1324 2E 

Streamflow Statistical Summaries for Colorado 
Streams Through September 30, 1975, Volume 
1: Missouri River, Arkansas River, and Rio 
Grande Basins, 
W80-06596 1324 7C 

Nivation: An Arctic-Alpine Comparison and Re- 
appraisal, 
W80-06667 1324 2C 

The Effect of Algal Inhibitors on Higher Plant 

Tissues, 

W80-06697 1324 5C 

COLORADO RIVER 

Trickle Irrigation: Prevention of Clogging, 
W80-OOO74 1301 5F 

Convective and Advective Circulation of Lake 
Powell, Utah-Arizona, During 1972-1975, 
W80-O0951 1303 2H 

Preliminary Identification of Price River Basin 
Salt Pick-Up and Transport Processes, 
W80-0O981 1303 2J 

International Water Use Relations Along the 

Sonoran Desert Borderlands, 

W80-02766 1308 5G 

Irrigation Management for River-Salinity Con- 
trol, 
W80-02908 1308 5G 

Winter Ice Jams on the Gunnison River, 
W80-03100 1309 2C 

Composition and Abundance of Phytoplankton 
in Tributaries of the Lower Colorado River, 
Grand Canyon Region, 
W80-03890 1311 5C 

Leaf Litter Processing in a Regulated Rocky 

Mountain Stream, 

wsn.rvmi 1313 2 E 



Buffering of Silica and Phosphate in a Turbid 

River, 

W80-04252 1313 5B 



The California Water Atlas. 
W80-04444 



1313 2A 



Impact of Energy Development on the Law of 

the Colorado River, 

W80-04775 1314 6E 

Implications for the Future: Design of Viable 

International Institutions, 

W80-04776 1314 6E 

Interstate River Compacts: Impact on Colorado, 
W80-04930 1315 6E 

The Role of Water in the History and Develop- 
ment of Colorado, 
W80-04931 1315 6E 

The Colorado River Salinity Agreement of 1973 

and the Mexicali Valley, 

W80-04986 1315 6E 

A Theoretical Analysis of Minute 242, 
W80-04988 1315 6E 

Legal Considerations, Interpretations and Pro- 
jections of Minute 242, 
W80-05688 1317 6E 

Role of Rill Development in Salt Loading from 

Hillslopes, 

W80-05752 1318 2K 

Recent Vegetation Changes Along the Colorado 
River Between Glen Canyon Dam and Lake 
Mead, Arizona, 
W80-05880 1318 21 

Politics in the United States and the Salinity 

Problem of the Colorado River, 

W80-05894 1318 6E 

Source Areas of Salinity and Trends of Salt 
Loads in Streamflow in the Upper Colorado 
River, Texas, 

W80-06357 1321 5B 

Streamflow and Reservoir-Content Records in 
Texas, Compilation Report, January 1889 
Through December 1975, 
W80-06375 1321 7C 

COLORADO RIVER BASIN 

Colorado River Basin Water Problems: How to 

Reduce Their Impact, 

W80-00545 1302 6E 

Vegetation Management for Water Yield Im- 
provement in the Colorado River Basin, 
W80-01164 1303 4A 

Energy Production and Water Resources in the 

Colorado River Basin, 

W80-02859 1308 6D 

Ground-Water Salinity Problems Related to Irri- 
gation in the Colorado River Basin, 
W80-03189 1309 5G 

The Role of Water in the History and Develop- 
ment of Colorado, 
W80-04931 1315 6E 

Use of the Waters of the Colorado River in 
Mexico: Pertinent Technical Commentaries, 
W80-04985 1315 6E 

Salinity Aspects of the Colorado River Agree- 
ment, 
W80-05093 1315 6E 

Navajo Water Rights: Pulling the Plug on the 

Colorado River, 

W80-05698 1317 6E 



SU-77 



COLORADO RIVER BASIN 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Summary Appraisals of the Nation's Ground- 
Water Resources-Lower Colorado Region, 
W80-05885 1318 4B 

Water Resources Data for Texas, Water Year 
1978-Volume 3. Colorado River Basin, Lavaca 
River Basin, Guadalupe River Basin, Nueces 
River Basin, Rio Grande Basin, and Intervening 
Coastal Basins, 
W80-06050 1319 7C 

Use of Saline Water in Energy Development, 
W80-06698 1324 3C 

COLORADO RIVER BASIN ABOVE DOLORES 
RIVER 

Water Resources Data for Colorado, Water 
Year 1978--Volume 2. Colorado River Basin 
Above Dolores River. 
W 80-03 150 1309 7C 

COLORADO RIVER (CO) 

Flood Hazard Information: Colorado River and 

Tributaries: Fruita, CO, 

W80-01413 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Colorado River and 
Tributaries, Grand Junction, Colorado, 
W80-01415 1304 2E 

COLORADO RIVER COMPACT 

Interstate River Compacts: Impact on Colorado, 
W80-04930 1315 6E 

The Role of Water in the History and Develop- 
ment of Colorado, 
W80-04931 1315 6E 

Navajo Water Rights: Pulling the Plug on the 

Colorado River, 

W80-05698 1317 6E 

COLORADO RIVER DEVELOPMENT 

An Overview of River-Basin Assessment Tech- 
niques in an Energy-Impacted Region-Yampa 
River Basin, Colorado and Wyoming, 
W80-01952 1305 6G 

COLORADO SPRINGS-CASTLE ROCK AREA 
(CO) 

Depth to the Water Table in the Colorado 
Springs-Castle Rock Area, Front Range Urban 
Corridor, Colorado, 
W80-06363 1321 2F 

Well Yields and Chemical Quality of Water 
From Water-Table Aquifers in the Colorado 
Springs-Castle Rock Area, Front Range Urban 
Corridor, Colorado, 
W80-06364 1321 2F 

COLORFORM EXTRACT METHOD 

Organic Qualities of Groundwaters, 
W80-03437 1310 5A 



COLORIMETRY 

Resorcinol as a Reagent for Zinc, 

W80-06230 



1320 5 A 



Automated Colorimetric Method for the Deter- 
mination of Vanadium in Fresh Water, 
W80-06372 1321 5 A 

An Automated Method for the Determination of 
Total Inorganic Carbon in Fresh Water, 
W80-06854 1324 5A 

An Automated Method for the Determination of 
Dissolved Organic Carbon in Fresh Water, 
W80-06855 1324 5 A 

COLUMBIA GLACIER (ALASKA) 

Columbia Glacier Stake Location, Mass Bal- 
ance, Glacier Surface Altitude, and Ice Radar 
Data, 1978 Measurement Year, 
W80-04855 1315 2C 



COLUMBIA RIVER 

Effects of Gas Supersaturation on Fish in the 

Columbia River, 

W80-00814 1303 5A 

Turbulence Measurements in the Boundary 

Layer Over a Sand Wave Field, 

W80-03626 1311 2E 

Effects of Dams and Impoundments on Migra- 
tions of Juvenile Chinook Salmon and Steelhead 
from the Snake River, 1966 to 1975, 
W80-03701 1311 5 A 

A Preliminary Feasibility Study to Irrigate 
Western Umatilla and Northeastern Morrow 
Counties, Oregon. 
W80-05017 1315 6G 

Electric Power and the Future of the Pacific 

Northwest, 

W80-O5810 1318 6E 

Salt Flux and Mixing in the Columbia River 

Estuary, 

W80-06294 1320 2L 

Finite Element Models in a Hybrid Model Study 

of Estuarine Sedimentation, 

W80-06924 1324 2L 

COLUMBIA RIVER BASIN 

Annual Peak Discharges From Small Drainage 
Areas in Montana Through September 1979, 
W80-06528 1324 2E 

COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS 

Benefit Analysis for Combined Sewer Overflow 

Control. 

W80-04165 1312 5D 

COMBINED SEWERS 

Impact of CSO/SSD on Water Quality, 
W80-00048 1301 4A 

A Cost-Effective Swirl Combined Sewer Over- 
flow Regulator/Solids-Separator, 
W80-0O057 1301 4A 

Model for Selection of Stormwater Control Al- 
ternatives, 
W80-00318 1301 6B 

Calculating Overflows from Combined Sewer 

Systems, 

W80-O1862 1305 5D 

SWMM Application to Combined Sewerage in 

New Haven, 

W80-02694 1307 2E 

Disinfection/Treatment of Combined Sewer 

Overflows, Syracuse, New York, 

W80-03651 1311 5D 

Screening/Flotation Treatment of Combined 
Sewer Overflows, Volume II: Full-Scale Oper- 
ation Racine, Wisconsin, 
W80-03652 1311 5D 

Combined Sewer Overflow Treatment by 

Screening and Terminal Ponding - Fort Wayne, 

Indiana, 

W80-03656 1311 5D 

Level III: Receiving Water Quality Modeling 
for Urban Stormwater Management, 
W80-03657 1311 5D 

Benefit Analysis for Combined Sewer Overflow 

Control. 

W80-04165 1312 5D 

Verification of the Water Quality Impacts of 

Combined Sewer Overflow, 

W80-04299 1313 5B 



Optimum Alternatives for Controlling Com- 
bined Sewage Overflows--A Case Study, 
W80-05170 1316 6B 

Storm Water Management Mode) Verification 

Study. 

W80-05565 1317 2A 

Water Resources for Chicago-History and 

Future, 

W80-05822 1318 5D 

Application of the Continuous Stormwater Pol- 
lution Simulation System (CSPSS): Philadelphia 
Case Study, 
W80-06307 1320 5B 

COMMERCIAL FISH 

An Investigation on the Mercury Contamination 

of Persian Gulf Fish, 

W80-01070 1303 5A 

Methylated Arsenic from Marine Fauna, 
W80-01747 1305 5 A 

Heavy Metal Contents in Coastal Water Fishes 

of West Malaysia, 

W80-02427 1307 5 A 

Mercury Content of Shark from South-Western 

Australian Waters, 

W80-02972 1308 5A 

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Carcinogens 

in Commercial Seafoods, 

W80-03252 1309 5 A 

Immune Response to Bacterial Immunization of 
Channel Catfish Maintained in a Recirculating 
Water-Reuse System, 
W80-04016 1312 5C 

COMMERCIAL FISH FEEDS 

PCBs and DDE in Commercial Fish Feeds, 
W80-03259 1309 5A 

COMMERCIAL FISHING 

Lake Kinneret Fishing and Its Development, 
W80-00991 1303 6B 

Bioeconomic Models of Marine Recreational 

Fishing, 

W80-O2O13 1306 6B 

Theoretical and Empirical Considerations for 
Estimating Capacity and Capacity Utilization in 
Commercial Fisheries, 
W80-02141 1306 6B 



Oil in the Sea, 
W80-02418 



1307 5C 



Exploitation of Fishery Resources in Lake Bala- 
ton, 
W 80-0248 8 1307 6G 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume VIII-Appendix G, Fish and 
Wildlife Resources. 
W80-03574 1310 6B 

A Bioeconomic Model of the Gulf of Mexico 

Shrimp Fishery, 

W80-03845 1311 81 

Employment in the Fishing Industry: Some Pre- 
liminary Findings on Fishermen's Mobility, 
W80-03856 1311 6F 

Fishermen's Remuneration Systems and Implica- 
tions for Fisheries Development, 
W80-03858 1311 6C 

Systems Ecology, People Ecology, and the An- 
thropology of Fishing Communities, 
W80-03860 1311 6B 



SU 78 



SUBJECT INDEX 



COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING 



Human Impacts on Biomass, Population Size 
and Yield-Per-Recruits of Asp (Aspius Aspius 
L.) in Lake Balaton, 
W80-04409 1313 5 A 

Fishermen's Contingency Fund (Final Regula- 
tions). 
W80-05385 1316 6E 

COMMERCIAL SHELLFISH 

Methylated Arsenic from Marine Fauna, 
W80-01747 1305 5A 

Accumulation of Copper in Certain Bivalves of 
Vellar Estuary, Porto Novo, S. India in Natural 
and Experimental Conditions, 
W80-02390 1306 5 A 

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Carcinogens 

in Commercial Seafoods, 

W80-03252 1309 5 A 

Relationship Between the Body Size of Principal 
Shellfish and the Concentration of Few Heavy 
Metals (In Japanese), 
W80-04894 1315 5B 

COMMERCIAL WATER USE 

Factors for Predicting Commercial Water Use, 
W80-00203 1301 6D 

COMMERICAL FISHING 

Economic Gratification Orientation Among 

Small-Scale Fisherman in Panama and Puerto 

Rico, 

W80-01301 1304 6B 

COMMUNICATION 

International Straits, Global Communications, 

and the Evolving Law of the Sea, 

W80-05394 1316 6E 

COMMUNITY COLLECTION SYSTEMS 

Alternatives for Small Wastewater Treatment 
Systems: Vol. 3, Cost/Effectiveness Analysis. 
W80-01386 1304 5G 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

Investigation of Groundwater Quality and Its 
Effect on Suburban Development in Washoe 
Valley, Nevada, 
W80-06005 1319 5 A 

COMMUNITY DIVERSITY INDEX 

Benthic Macroinvertebrate and Fish as Biologi- 
cal Indicators of Water Quality, with Reference 
to Community Diversity Index, 
W80-01632 1305 5C 

COMMUNITY STRUCTURE 

Effects of Ammonia Enrichment and High Light 
Intensity on a Salt Marsh Diatom Community, 
W80-01258 1304 5C 

COMPACTED SOILS 

Infiltration of Soils as Affected by the Pressure 
and Water Content at the Time of Compaction, 
W80-03722 1311 2G 

Influence of a Compact Zone on Solute Trans- 
port During Infiltration of Water, 
W80-03727 1311 2G 

COMPACTION 

Planting Wheel Traffic Effects on Interrow 

Runoff and Infiltration, 

W80-04641 1314 2G 

Approximate Water-Level Changes in Wells in 
the Chicot and Evangeline Aquifers in the Hous- 
ton-Galveston Region, Texas, 1977-80 and 1979- 
80, 
W80-06360 1321 7C 

COMPARATIVE BENEFITS 

A Dynamic Regional Impact Analysis of Feder- 
al Expenditures of a Water and Related Land 
Resource Project - The Boise Project of Idaho, 



Part III: Economic Scenario of the Boise Region 
'Without' a Federal Irrigation Project, Econom- 
ics Subproject, 
W80-03311 1310 6B 

A Dynamic Regional Impact Analysis of Feder- 
al Expenditures of a Water and Related Land 
Resource Project - The Boise Project of Idaho, 
Part IV: A Social Impact Analysis of Federal 
Expenditures on a Water Related Resource 
Project: Boise Project, Social Subproject, 
W80-03312 1310 6B 

An International Comparison of Trends in 

Water Resources Management, 

W80-04498 1313 6E 

COMPARATIVE COSTS 

Technical and Economic Assessment of Solar 

Distillation for Large Scale Production in Fresh 

Water. 

W80-03842 1311 3A 

Demineralization of Brackish Municipal Water 

Supplies-Comparative Costs, 

W80-03978 1312 6B 

COMPARATIVE PRODUCTIVITY 

Development of Water Resources and its Influ- 
ence on the Ecology of Saudi Arabia, 
W 80-00640 1302 6G 

Factors That Determine the Benthic Secondary 
Production in Two Lake Outflows-A Cyberna- 
tic Model, 
W80-01708 1305 5C 

Extent and Nature of Thermal Stress on Cope- 
pod Populations, 
W80-04014 1312 5C 

COMPARISON 

Comparison and Selection of Rational-Biologi- 
cal-Treatment Process for Handling Carbohy- 
drate Wastewater, 
W80-01671 1305 5D 

COMPENSATION 

The Assessment of Pollution Damage to Aquatic 
Resources: Alternatives to the Trial Model, 
W80-01549 1304 6E 

Publicly Vested Values for Fish and Wildlife: 
Criteria in Economic Welfare and Interface with 
the Law, 
W80-02454 1307 6B 

A Comprehensive Oil Pollution Liability and 

Compensation Act: How Super is the 'Super 

Fund', 

W80-04994 1315 6E 

Fishermen's Contingency Fund (Final Regula- 
tions). 
W80-05385 1316 6E 

COMPETING USES 

Water Use Information for Pima County, Arizo- 
na, 
W80-00645 1302 7B 

Large Array of Wastewater Reuse Options for 

Pima County, Arizona, 

W80-00646 1302 6B 

Projected Water Use and Water Budget Calcula- 
tions for Pima County, Arizona, 
W80-00647 1302 6B 

Current Use of Water Surface Zoning for Recre- 
ation, 
W80-01973 1305 6A 

COMPETITION 

Growth and Competition of the Marine Diatoms 
Phaeodactylum Tricornutum and Thalassiosira 
Pseudonana, I. Nutrient Effects, 
W80-00515 1302 5C 



Growth and Competition of the Marine Diatoms 
Phaeodactylum Tricornutum and Thalassiosira 
Pseudonana. II. Light Limitation, 
W80-01119 1303 5C 

A Determination of the Optimal Price of Unde- 

pletable Externalities, 

W80-02144 1306 6C 

Strategies for Co-existence in Two Limnetic Cy- 

clopoid Copepods, 

W80-02542 1307 5C 

Monopoly-Power as a Means for Pollution-Con- 
trol. 
W80-03148 1309 6C 

Interaction (Allelopathy) Between Marine Dia- 
toms: Thalassiosira Pseudonana and Phaeodacty- 
lum Tricornutum, 
W80-04281 1313 5C 

Substrate Competition Between a Salt Marsh 

Diatom and a Bacterial Population, 

W80-05616 1317 21 

Disturbance Tolerance and Competition in 

Brackish Marsh Plants, 

W80-05623 1317 21 

COMPOSITE 

Development of a Composite Reverse Osmosis 
Membrane for Single Pass Seawater Desalina- 
tion, 
W80-02295 1306 3 A 

Development of Low Pressure Brackish Water 

Reverse Osmosis Membranes, 

W80-02296 1306 3 A 

COMPOSTING PROCESS 

Compositing of Centrifuged Sludge Cake, 
W80-01672 1305 5C 

COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING 

River Basin Planning in Canada, 

W80-00472 1302 6 A 

Coastal Zone Management In The United States, 
W80-00478 1302 6E 

Water Resources and Land Reclamation in 

Egypt, 

W80-00643 1302 6B 

Large Array of Water Conservation Strategies 

for Pima County, Arizona, 

W80-00648 1302 3D 

Urbanization and Water Quality Planning: The 

208 Experience in Massachusetts, 

W80-00870 1303 6B 

The Interdependence of Water, Energy and 
Economic Development in New England's 
Future: A Synopsis of the Workshop, Oct. 27- 
28, 1977, 
W80-01466 1304 6A 

Environmental Protection in Comecon Member 

Nations, 

W80-01472 1304 6E 

River Basin Development for Socio-Economic 

Growth General Report, 

W80-01694 1305 6A 

Comprehensive Water and Related Land Re- 
sources Investigation, Connecticut River Basin. 
Volume I: Main Report. 
W80-02874 1308 6E 

Comprehensive Water and Related Land Re- 
sources Investigation, Connecticut River Basin, 
Volume VII: Appendices-K: Plan Formulation; 
L: Navigation. 
W80-02875 1308 6E 



SU-79 



COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Plan for Development of the Land and Water 
Resources of the Southeast River Basins: Savan- 
nah Basin, Appendix 1. 
W80-02877 1308 6B 

Drought Susceptibility Survey and the Concept 

of Monitoring Landscape Ecology, 

W80-03065 1309 6B 

An Aspect of Warning Systems for Drought: 
Information Collecting in the Districts, 
W80-03073 1309 6A 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume XIII-Appendix L, Navigation. 
W80-03570 1310 6B 

COMPRESSIBILITY 

The Compressibility and Hydraulic Diffusivity 

of a Water-Steam Flow, 

W80-00090 1301 2G 

COMPRESSION STRENGTH 

Creep Behaviour of Frozen Soils in Uniaxial 

Compression Tests, 

W80-01512 1304 8D 

Effect of Specimen Shape on Creep Response of 

a Frozen Sand, 

W8O-01514 1304 8D 

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH 

Strain Rate Effect on the Compressive Strength 

of Frozen Sand, 

W80-01515 1304 8D 



Ice Beahaviour Under Load, 
W80-01520 



1304 2C 



COMPRESSOR TECHNOLOGY 

Compressor Technology as Related to Various 

Freeze Desalination Processes, 

W80-01374 1304 3A 

COMPUTER GRAPHICS 

A Graphical Computation System for Three- 
Dimensional Lake Circulation and Contaminant 
Dispersion, 
W80-05205 1316 7C 

COMPUTER MODEL 

A Probabilistic Optimization Model for Water 
Resources Capacity Expansion with Price-Sensi- 
tive Seasonal Demand, 
W80-02606 1307 6A 

COMPUTER MODELS 

Model for Selection of Stormwater Control Al- 
ternatives, 
W80-00318 1301 6B 

Computerized Optimization of Water Releases 

from Reservoirs, 

W80-00445 1302 4A 

Ground Water in Dale Valley, New York, 

W 80-00768 1302 4B 

A Digital Model for Simulation of Ground- 
Water Hydrology in the Houston Area, Texas, 
W80-00935 1303 6A 

A Real Time Model of Nitrogen-Cycle Dynam- 
ics in An Estuarine System, 
W80-01355 1304 5C 

Proceedings: Stormwater Management Model 
(SWMM) Users Group Meeting, November 13- 
14, 1978. 
W80-01389 1304 6A 

Computer Models to Predict Ground Water 

Changes, 

WK0-01682 1305 7A 

Computer Modeling for the Lake Tahoe Basin: 
Impacts of Extreme Land-Use Policies on Key 
Environmental Variables, 
WfcO-01963 1305 6A 



A Model of the Succession from Green to Blue- 
Green Algae Based on Light Limitation, 
W80-02516 1307 5C 

Numerical Computation of Avalanche Motion, 
W80-02845 1308 7B 

Models for Water Resources Decision-Making: 

Problems and Projects, 

W80-02860 1308 6A 

A Three-Dimensional Model for Estuaries and 
Coastal Seas: Volume VI, Bristol Bay Simula- 
tions, 
W 80-02999 1308 5B 

Simulated Changes in Potentiometric Levels Re- 
sulting from Groundwater Development for 
Phosphate Mines, West-Central Florida, 
W80-03040 1309 2F 

Urban Stormwater Control Package for Auto- 
mated Real-Time Systems, 
W80-03080 1309 4A 

Computer Simulation of Storm Surges and River 

Flooding in Mobile Bay, 

W80-03088 1309 2L 

A Discrete Model for the Study of a Lake, 
W80-03106 1309 5C 

Reservoir Storage Determination by Computer 

Simulation of Flood Control and Conservation 

Systems, 

W80-03348 1310 6A 

Dynamic Water Management: An Optimal Con- 
trol Approach, 
W80-03905 1312 6C 

Optimal Allocation of Water Resources in An 
Input-Output Framework: User's Manual, 
W80-03915 1312 6A 

Urban Stormwater Data Management System 
with Applications to South Florida Studies, 
W80-04097 1312 7C 



Heat Pump Update, 
W80-04745 



1314 5B 



Simulation of Wetlands Forest Vegetation Dy- 
namics, 
W80-04860 1315 21 

Flow Nets by the Finite Element Method, 
W80-05058 1315 7C 

Mapping Model for Determining Land Suitable 

for Irrigation, 

W80-05246 1316 7C 

Contribution of Groundwater Modeling to Plan- 
ning, 
W8O-053OO 1316 6A 

Revision of the Documentation for a Model for 
Calculating Effects of Liquid Waste Disposal in 
Deep Saline Aquifers. 
W80-05437 1317 6A 

Urban Storm-Runoff Modeling-Madison, Wis- 
consin, 
W80-05442 1317 2 A 

A Two-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Model of a 

Tidal Estuary, 

W80-05449 1317 2L 

Using Models to Simulate the Movement of 

Contaminants Through Ground Water Flow 

Systems, 

W80-05547 1317 2F 

Comparisons of Salt-Marsh Fucoid Production 
Estimated from Three Different Indices, 
W80-05648 1317 21 



Factors Regulating Intrazooplankton Predation 

by Polyphemus Pediculus, 

W80-05795 1318 2H 

Seasonal Water Supply Forecasting for Areas 

Having Seasonal Snowcover, 

W80-05808 1318 2C 

Water Resources Planning Using Computer 

Graphics, 

W80-05827 1318 6A 

Automatic Control for Wastewater Treatment 

Systems, 

W80-05861 1318 5D 

A Suggestion for Anticipating Alterations in 
Wave Action on Shores Consequent Upon 
Changes in Water Depths in Harbors and Coast- 
al Waters, 
W80-05864 1318 2L 

Sources of Computer Programs in Hydraulics, 
W80-05948 1318 2A 

Management Model of a Ground Water System 

with a Transient Pollutant Source, 

W80-06015 1319 5G 

A Model to Assess Migration from Shallow 

Land Burial Facilities, 

W80-06019 1319 7C 

Ground Water Simulation Using a One Dimen- 
sional Flow Model, 
W80-06044 1319 7C 

Calibration of a Distributed Routing Rainfall- 
Runoff Model at Four Ruban Sites Near Miami, 
Florida, 
W 80-06060 1319 2 A 

A Spatially Responsive Hydrologic Model to 
Predict Erosion and Sediment Transport, 
W80-06159 1319 2J 

Nutrient Models for Engineering Management 
of Pamlico Estuary, North Carolina, 
W80-06267 1320 5A 

A Digital Model Applied to Ground Water Re- 
charge and Management, 
W80-06305 1320 2G 

Optimum Mechanical Draft Wet Cooling 
Towers to Supplement Once-Through Cooling 
at Selected Missouri River Sites, 
W80-06325 1320 5F 

Finite-Difference Model to Simulate the Areal 
Flow of Salt Water and Fresh Water Separated 
by an Interface, 
W80-06356 1321 2F 

Projected Effects of Intermittent Changes in 
Withdrawal of Water From the Arikaree 
Aquifer Near Wheatland, Southeastern Wyo- 
ming, 
W80-06358 1321 2A 

Effect of Irrigation Management and Water 
Table Depth on Water and Salt Distribution as 
Predicted by a Computer Simulation Model, 
W80-06370 1321 4B 

Ground Water Modeling in Subsurface Nuclear 

Waste Disposal - An Overview, 

W80-06434 1321 5B 

Digital-Model Projection of Saturated Thickness 
and Recoverable Water in the Ogallala Aquifer, 
Texas County, Oklahoma, 
W80-06521 1324 2F 

Digital Model of the Piney Point Aquifer in 

Kent County, Delaware, 

W80-06583 1324 2F 



SU 80 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CONJUNCTIVE USE 



Use of the Storm Model for Estimating the 
Quantity and Quality of Runoff From the Met- 
ropolitan Area of Houston, Texas, 
W80-06594 1324 5B 

A Computer Method for Loading Model Net- 
works, 
W80-06636 1324 5F 

Use of Soil Survey Data in a Model for Simulat- 
ing Regional Soil Moisture Regimes, 
W80-06839 1324 2G 

COMPUTER PROGRAMS 

Interactive Computer-Aided Hydraulic Design: 

Culverts, 

W80-00969 1303 8 A 

Computer Application to Double-Mass Analysis, 
W8O-0O970 1303 7C 

The Analysis of Large, Complex Water Net- 
works with Small Computer Systems, 
W80-01697 1305 4A 

Floodway Determination Computer Program. 
W80-01710 1305 2E 

Flood Flow Frequency by SCS-TR-20 Comput- 
er Program, 
W80-01876 1305 2E 

Programmable Hand Calculator Programs for 
Pumping and Injection Wells: I-Constant or 
Variable Pumping (Injection) Rate, Single or 
Multiple Fully Penetrating Wells, 
W80-02183 ' 1306 2F 

Sorption of Water in Soils: A Comparison of 
Techniques for Solving the Diffusion Equation, 
W80-03192 1309 2G 

Estimating Water Treatment Costs, Volume 4. 
Computer User's Manual for Retrieving and Up- 
dating Cost Data, 
W80-03655 1311 5F 

A Graphical Computation System for Three- 

Dimensional Lake Circulation and Contaminant 

Dispersion, 

W80-05205 1316 7C 

Current Computer Practices Within Civil Engi- 
neering, 
W80-05235 1316 7C 

A Note on Possible Use of Microcomputers for 

Aquifer Studies, 

W80-05742 1318 2F 

Application of The HEC-5 Hydropower Rou- 
tines, 
W80-05927 1318 4A 

Sources of Computer Programs in Hydraulics, 
W80-05948 1318 2A 

User's Guide to UIMIP and MTRX, 
W80-06006 1319 7C 

General Study of the Modified Einstein Method 
of Computing Total Sediment Discharge, 
W80-06593 1324 2J 

Estimating Water Treatment Costs. Volume 2. 
Cost Curves Applicable to 1 to 200 MGD Treat- 
ment Plants, 
W80-06645 1324 6C 

Computer-Aided Synthesis of Wastewater 
Treatment and Sludge Disposal Systems, 
W80-06646 1324 5D 

Water Systems Management Users Guide, 
W80-06712 1324 3F 

A Computer Program for Simulating Geohydro- 

logic Systems in Three Dimensions, 

W80-06800 1324 2F 



COMPUTERS 

Current Computer Practices Within Civil Engi- 
neering, 
W80-05235 1316 7C 

A Note on Possible Use of Microcomputers for 

Aquifer Studies, 

W80-05742 1318 2F 

Water Resources Planning Using Computer 

Graphics, 

W80-05827 1318 6A 

A Simple, Inexpensive Automated Data-Han- 
dling System for Inductively-Coupled Plasma 
Analysis, 
W80-06576 1324 7B 

CONCRETE SUBSTRATE (CAC03) 

Algal Assays for Areas Receiving or Pro- 
grammed to Receive Sewage Effluent, 
W80-00193 1301 5A 

CONDENSATION 

A Study of the Vacuum-Freezing High Pressure 

Ice-Melting Process, 

W80-01007 1303 3 A 

Hydrodynamic and Heat Transfer Effects in a 

Packed Bed Melter-Condenser, 

W80-02609 1307 3A 

An Electrical Conductance Method for Deter- 
mining Condensation and Evaporation Processes 
in Arid Soils with High Spatial Resolution, 
W80-03470 1310 2D 

Growing Vegetables on the Sea: An Experimen- 
tal Investigation, 
W80-05993 1318 3F 

CONDUCTIVITY 

Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Temperature, 
Alkalinity, Dissolved Oxygen and Conductivity 
in an Oligo-Mesotrophic, Deep-Storage Reser- 
voir in Central Texas, 
W80-04135 1312 5C 

Effect of Exchangeable Sodium Percentage, 
Cation Exchange Capacity, and Soil Solution 
Concentration on Soil Electrical Conductivity, 
W80-06487 1324 2K 

CONE INDEX 

The Effect of Sand Content Upon Cone Index 

and Selected Physical Properties, 

W80-05628 1317 2G 

CONFERENCES 

Glaciological Data: Workshop on Snow Cover 

and Sea Ice Data. 

W80-00566 1302 2C 

Sediment and Water Quality: A Review of the 
Literature Including A Suggested Approach for 
Water Quality Criteria with Summary of Work- 
shop and Conclusions and Recommendations, 
W80-01349 1304 5C 



River-Quality Assessments. 
W80-03606 



1311 5B 



Ground Freezing, 
W80-01498 



1304 2C 



Lake Restoration, Proceedings of a National 

Conference, August 22-24, 1978, Minneapolis, 

Minnesota. 

W80-02773 1308 2H 

Executive Summary: Workshops on Technologi- 
cal Aspects, 
W80-03135 1309 6D 

Executive Summary: Workshops on Socio-Eco- 

nomic Aspects, 

W80-03136 1309 6C 

Scientific Aspects of the 1975-76 Drought in 

England and Wales, 

W80-03444 1310 2E 



Symposium on Glacier Beds: The Ice-Rock In- 
terface. 
W80-04313 1313 2C 

Proceedings of a Workshop on Alternative 
Wastewater Treatment Systems at Urbana- 
Champaign, Illinois, June 12-13, 1979. 
W80-04936 1315 5D 

Verification of Mathematical and Physical 

Models in Hydraulic Engineering. 

W80-05159 1316 2A 

Proceedings, Symposium on Water Resources 
Research in Kentucky, June 2-3, 1980. 
W80-05751 1318 10C 

National Conference on Water Conservation 
and Municipal Wastewater Flow Reduction. 
W80-06647 1324 3D 

CONFINED AQUIFERS 

Ground-Water Recharge to the Aquifers of 
Northern San Luis Valley, Colorado: Summary, 
W80-05430 1317 2F 

CONFINED WATER 

A Finite-Element Model for Concurrent Con- 
fined-Unconfined Zones in an Aquifer, 
W80-04619 1314 2F 

Confined Flow in Aquifer Containing Thin 

Layer, 

W80-06678 1324 2F 

CONFINEMENT AREAS 

Physical Properties of Confined Dredged Mate- 
rials, 
W80-04539 1314 IB 

CONFLICTS 

Conflicts in Attaining National Goals for Both 
Water Quality and Energy Production, 
W80-04755 1314 6D 

CONGAREE RIVER (SO 

Comparison of Bed Form Variance Spectra 
Within a Meander Bend During Flood and 
Average Discharge, 
W80-06245 1320 2J 

Two-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis of 
the Hydraulic Effect of Highway Bridge Fills in 
a Complex Flood Plain, 
W80-06921 1324 2E 

CONIFEROUS TREES 

Extension of River Flow Records in Argentina 
from Long Tree-Ring Chronologies, 
W80-OO731 1302 2E 

A Site Index Formula for Peatland Black Spruce 

in Ontario, 

W80-05639 1317 21 

Tolerance of Tree Roots to Waterlogging, I. 
Survival of Sitka Spruce and Lodgepole Pine, 
W80-05647 1317 21 

CONJUCTIVE USE 

Water Management of the Future: A Ground- 
water Storage Program for the California State 
Water Project, 
W80-01553 1304 6E 

CONJUNCTIVE USE 

Ground-Water Storage for California Water 

Project, 

W80-01282 1304 6E 

Design and Merit of a River-Model for Optimal 

Use of Agricultural Water, 

W80-01805 1305 4B 



SU-81 



CONJUNCTIVE USE 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Ground Water Storage for California Water 

Project, 

W80-02663 1307 4B 



Conjunctive Water Use, 
W80-04429 



1313 4B 



Ground-Water Surface- Water Conflicts, 
W80-06504 1324 6E 

An Empirical Assessment of Conjunctive Use 

and Water Pricing Policy, 

W80-06556 1324 6D 

CONNATE WATER 

Trace Analysis of Phosphates in Small Aqueous 

Volumes, 

W80-00589 1302 5A 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, 
Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James 
River, Virginia: Appendix F: Environmental Im- 
pacts of Marsh Development with Dredged Ma- 
terial: Sediment and Water Quality, 
W80-03400 1310 5E 

Hydrologic Environment of the Silurian Salt 

Deposits in Parts of Michigan, Ohio, and New 

York, 

W80-05443 1317 5E 



CONNECTICUT 

Plant Life of the Estuary, 
W80-00301 



1301 2L 



Mobilization and Accumulation of Heavy Metals 

in Freshwater Wetlands, 

W80-01379 1304 5G 

Water Resources Data for Connecticut, Water 

Year 1978. 

W80-02927 1308 7C 

Water Resources Inventory of Connecticut, Part 

8, Quinnipiac River Basin, 

W80-02930 1308 7C 

Proximity of Pipelines and Storage Facilities for 
Gas and Oil to Major Aquifers in Connecticut, 
W80-03479 1310 7C 

Proximity of Agricultural Areas to Major 

Aquifers in Connecticut, 

W80-03480 1310 7C 

Places in Connecticut Where Ground Water is 
Known to Have Deteriorated in Quality, 
W80-03762 1311 7C 

Demoralized Wetlands Owners: Is There Just 
Compensation After Brecciaroli V. Connecticut 
Commissioner of Environmental Protection., 
W80-04488 1313 6E 

The Inland Wetlands Act: Reconciling a Colli- 
sion of Interests, 
W80-04576 1314 6E 

Conflict of Interest Rules Applicable to Wetland 

Agency Members, 

W80-04964 1315 6E 

Heavy Metal Distribution in Two Connecticut 
Wetlands: A Red Maple Swamp and a Sphag- 
num Bog, 
W80-05514 1317 5B 

Sedimentation rates on Tidal Salt Marshes in 

Connecticut, 

W80-05680 1317 2J 

Regulation of Land Use Practices for Areas 

Surrounding Aquifers - Economic and Legal 

Implications, 

W80-O6OO2 1319 6E 

Water Resources Data for Connecticut, Water 

Year 1979, 

W80-06160 1319 7C 



CONNECTICUT COAST 

Radiocarbon Dating of a Core from Long Island 

Sound, 

W80-01289 1304 2J 

CONNECTICUT RIVER 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Nott 
Island Upland Habitat Development Site, Con- 
necticut River, Connecticut; Appendix C: Post- 
propagation Monitoring of Vegetation and Wild- 
life, 
W80-00914 1303 5E 

Comprehensive Water and Related Land Re- 
sources Investigation, Connecticut River Basin. 
Volume I: Main Report. 
W80-02874 1308 6E 

Comprehensive Water and Related Land Re- 
sources Investigation, Connecticut River Basin, 
Volume VII: Appendices-K: Plan Formulation; 
L: Navigation. 
W80-02875 1308 6E 

Connecticut River Fishways: Model Studies, 
W80-06382 1321 81 

CONSERVATION 

Conservation of Plant Communities in Fishpond 

Littorals, 

W80-01250 1304 2H 

Conservation of Wildfowl in Fishpond Regions, 
W80-01251 1304 21 

Environmental Protection in Comecon Member 

Nations, 

W80-01472 1304 6E 

The IUCN Directory of Wetlands of Interna- 
tional Importance, 
W80-01903 1305 6B 

Marine Wildlife Conservation in the Coastal 

Zone, 

W80-03024 1309 5C 

The California Water Atlas. 

W80-04444 1313 2A 

Water Conservation in California. 

W80-04750 1314 3D 

Saving the Coast: The California Coastal Zone 

Conservation Act of 1972. 

W80-05377 1316 6E 

Riparian Forests in California: Their Ecology 

and Conservation. 

W80-05606 1317 2E 

CONSOLIDATION 

Ground Consolidation with Liquid Nitrogen 

(LN2), 

W80-01531 1304 2C 

Uses and Limitations of Ground Freezing with 

Liquid Nitrogen, 

W80-01532 1304 2C 

A Consolidation Model of Sediments (Lake), 
W80-02567 1307 5C 

Consolidation of Irrigation Systems: Phase II 

Engineering, Economic, Legal, and Sociological 

Requirements, 

W80-06321 1320 6B 

CONSTANT UNIT EFFLUENT CHARGE 

An Effluent Charge Schedule: Cost, Financial 

Burden, and Punitive Effects, 

W80-01962 1305 6C 

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 

The Federal Reserved Rights Doctrine - from 

1866 Through Eagle County, 

W80-03777 1311 6E 



'One Person, One Vote' and California's Water 

Districts, 

W80-O3886 1311 6E 

State and Local Wetlands Regulation in the 
Courts: Constitutional Problems on the Wane, 
W 80-04997 1315 6E 

Coastal Zone Management and State-Local Re- 
lations Under the Louisiana Constitution of 
1974, 
W80-04998 1315 6E 

CONSTRAINTS 

The Mathematical Programming Screening 

Model, 

W80-00559 1302 6A 

Implementation of Water Pollution Control Pro- 
gram: A Joint Industry-Government Approach, 
W80-01617 1305 6B 

CONSTRUCTION 

Methods for Separation of Sediment from Storm 

Water at Construction Sites, 

W80-00247 1301 5D 

World Employment Programme: Appropriate 
Construction Technology for Water Control and 
Irrigation Works in Developing Countries, 
W80-00419 1302 6A 

Sediment and Nutrient Yield from Residential 

Construction Sites, 

W80-00622 1302 5B 

Effects of Suburban Construction on Runoff 
Contributing Zones in a Small Southern Ontario 
Drainage Basin, 
W80-01272 1304 2E 

Water Quality Management Plan: Executive 

Summary. 

W80-01391 1304 5D 

Water Quality Management Plan: Implementa- 
tion Summary, 
W80-01392 1304 5D 

Water Quality and Construction: A Management 

Plan, 

W80-01398 1304 4C 

Interrelationship of the Principal Physiocome- 
chanical and Thermophysical Properties of 
Coarse-Grained Frozen Soils, 
W80-01510 1304 2C 

Thermal and Rheological Computations for Ar- 
tifically Frozen Ground Construction, 
W80-01521 1304 2C 

Ground Freezing for Support of Open Excava- 
tions, 
W80-01529 1304 2G 

Natural Frost in Improvement of Construction 
Properties of Ground in Hydroengineering and 
Industrial and Civilian Construction, 
W80-01533 1304 2C 

Overview of Major Development Impacts on 

Wetlands, 

W80-02257 1306 6B 

Minimization of Construction Impacts on Wet- 
lands: Dredge and Fill, Dams, Dikes, and Chan- 
nelization, 
W80-02258 1306 6B 

Potential Interactions Between Pipelines and 
Terrain in a Northern Environment, 
W80-02833 1308 4C 

Evaluation of Mound Systems for Renovation of 

Septic Tank Effluent, 

W80-03001 1309 8D 



SU 82 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CONTOURS 



Subglacial Constructions and Investigations at 

Bondhusbreen, Norway, 

W80-04339 1313 2C 



Large Diameter Shallow Wells. 
W80-04473 



1313 8A 



Measuring the Social Impacts of Water Re- 
sources Projects, 
W80-04601 1314 6B 

Watershed Impacts of Recreational Develop- 
ment in Guadalupe Mountains National Park, 
Texas, 
W80-05410 1317 6B 

CONSTRUCTION COSTS 

The Municipal Program of the Clean Water Act: 
1978 Administrative Implementation, 
W80-04797 1314 6E 

CONSULTING ENGINEERS 

Water Resources Education Requirements of 

Engineering Firm, 

W80-01680 1305 6B 

CONSUMPTIVE USE 

Developing a Conservation Program Tailored to 

Area Needs, 

W80-02045 1306 3D 

Consumptive Use and Yields of Crops in New 

Mexico, 

W80-04107 1312 2D 

Estimated Water Use in Florida, 1977, 
W80-04557 1314 6D 

Kansas Water Rights: More Recent Develop- 
ments, 
W80-04595 1314 6E 

Water, Waste and Quality Management During 
Preparation and Processing of Vegetables, 
W80-04671 1314 3F 

Global Water Law Systems and Water Control, 
W80-04932 1315 6E 

CONTAINMENT AREAS 

Development and Application of Design and 

Operation Procedures for Coagulation of 

Dredged Material Slurry and Containment Area 

Effluent, 

W80-00918 1303 5E 

Field Demonstration of Shrimp Mariculture 

Feasibility in Dredged Material Containment 

Areas, 

W80-00919 1303 5E 

Confined Disposal Area Effluent and Leachate 
Control (Laboratory and Field Investigations), 
W80-03398 1310 5E 

CONTAINMENT BOOMS 

Containment Boom, 

W80-06947 1324 5G 

CONTAMINANT TRANSPORT 

Identification of Aquifer Dispersivities in Two- 
Dimensional Transient Groundwater Contami- 
nant Transport: An Optimization Approach, 
W80-00393 1301 2F 

CONTAMINANTS 

Disposal of Dredged Material Within the New 
York District: Volume I-Present Practices and 
Candidate Alternatives, 
W80-03586 1310 5B 

CONTINENTAL SHELF 

The Anglo-French Continental Shelf Case, 
W8O-0O366 1301 6E 

Sea Changes and the American Republic, 
W80-00383 1301 6E 



Sea Ice Ridging Over the Alaskan Continental 

Shelf, 

W8O-O0738 1302 2C 

Summertime Synoptic Variability of the Middle 
Atlantic Shelf Water/Slope Water Front, 
W80-00740 1302 2L 

Seasonal Geostrophic Volume Transports along 

the Scotian Shelf, 

W80-01013 1303 2L 

Oil and Gas Operation in the Atlantic Outer 
Continental Shelf: An Overview of the Regula- 
tory and Litigation-Related Constraints to De- 
velopment, 
W80-01556 1304 6E 

Marine Resources Committee (Annual Report), 
W80-01560 1304 6E 



Oceans Report, 
W80-01566 



1304 6E 



A Three-Dimensional Model for Estuaries and 
Coastal Seas: Volume VI, Bristol Bay Simula- 
tions, 
W80-02999 1308 5B 

A Variable-Depth Green's Function for Shelf 

Edge Tides, 

W80-03030 1309 2L 

Hypsometry of the Continental Shelf off Eastern 

North America, 

W80-03367 1310 2L 

Consistency for Department of the Interior 
Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Prelease Sale 
Activities and for Other Federal Activities Di- 
rectly Affecting the Coastal Zone (Final Rule). 
W80-03408 ' 1310 6E 

The Effects of Vertical Stability on Phytoplank- 
ton Distributions in the Summer on the North- 
west European Shelf, 
W80-03784 1311 5C 

Zooplankton in an Upwelling Area Off North- 
west Africa: Composition, Distribution and 
Ecology, 
W80-04113 1312 5C 

Newfoundland's Claim to Offshore Mineral Re- 
sources: An Overview of the Legal Issues, 
W80-04150 1312 6E 

Mixing Processes on the Atlantic Continental 

Shelf, Cape Cod to Cape Hatteras, 

W80-04532 1314 5B 

The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act Amend- 
ments of 1978, 
W80-04572 1314 6E 

Images and Models in the World Court: The 
Individual Opinions in the North Sea Continen- 
tal Shelf Cases, 
W80-04785 1314 6E 

The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act Amend- 
ments of 1978: Balancing Energy Needs with 
Environmental Concerns, 
W80-04793 1314 6E 

An Analysis of the Outer Continental Shelf 

Lands Act Amendments of 1978, 

W80-04962 1315 6E 

Mariculture, The Law of the Continental Shelf 
and Offshore Oil Recovery: A Technology Af- 
fected by a Body of Law Effected by a Technol- 
ogy, 
W80-04981 1315 6E 

Islands and the Delimitation of the Continental 

Shelf: A Framework for Analysis, 

W80-05089 1315 6E 



Coastal Energy Impact Program: Regulations to 
Establish the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) 
State Participation Grant Program (Final Rules). 
W80-05384 1316 6E 

Fishermen's Contingency Fund (Final Regula- 
tions). 
W80-05385 1316 6E 

Rational Development of Outer Continental 

Shelf Oil and Gas, 

W80-05386 1316 6E 

Comparative National Legislation on Offshore 

Pollution, 

W80-05391 1316 6E 

The Long Island Response to the Risks of Outer 

Continental Shelf Oil Production, 

W80-05694 1317 6E 

Marine Policy Evolution: A Reference Guide 

for Coastal Managers, 

W80-05898 1318 6E 

Public Involvement in Offshore Oil Develop- 
ment: Lessons from New England, 
W80-O59O0 1318 6E 

OCS Developmen: A New Law and a New 

Beginning, 

W80-05901 1318 6E 

State Boundary Extensions on the Continental 

Shelf, 

W80-05910 1318 6E 

Oil and Gas Operations in the Atlantic Outer 
Continental Shelf: An Overview of the Regula- 
tory and Litigation-Related Constraints to De- 
velopment, 
W80-05919 1318 6E 

The Third United Nation's Conference on the 
Law of the Sea: The 1977 New York Session, 
W80-05922 1318 6E 

M2 Tidal Effects in Greater Cook Strait, New 

Zealand, 

W80-06123 1319 2L 

On the Hydrography of Shelf Waters Off the 

Centeral Texas Gulf Coast, 

W80-06183 1319 2L 

Benthic Boundary-Layer Velocity Profiles: De- 
pendence on Averaging Period, 
W80-06621 1324 2L 

CONTINENTAL SLOPE 

Influence of the Shelf-Break Front off Nova 

Scotia on Phytoplankton Standing Stock in 

Winter, 

W80-03809 1311 5C 

Zooplankton in an Upwelling Area Off North- 
west Africa: Composition, Distribution and 
Ecology, 
W80-04113 1312 5C 

CONTINUITY EQUATION 

Turbulent Jets in Co-Flowing Streams, 
W80-02691 1307 8B 

CONTINUOUS CULTURE 

Utilization of Dissolved Organic Carbon by He- 
terotrophic Bacteria and Protozoa, 
W80-01797 1305 6G 

CONTINUOUS SYSTEM MODELING 
PROGRAM (CSMP) 

Sorption of Water in Soils: A Comparison of 
Techniques for Solving the Diffusion Equation, 
W80-03192 1309 2G 

CONTOURS 

Potentiometric Surface of the Mississippian 
Aquifer in Parts of Trigg, Lyon, Caldwell, and 



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CONTOURS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Christian Counties, Mississippian Plateau 

Region, Kentucky, 

W80-03155 1309 2F 

CONTRACTS 

Effective Water Research Programs, 
W80-06389 1321 9D 

CONTROL 

Water-Flow Control Device, 

W80-01949 1305 3D 

Controlling Land Use for Water Management 

and Urban Growth Management: A Policy 

Analysis, 

W80-03077 1309 6E 

Benefit Analysis for Combined Sewer Overflow 

Control. 

W80-04165 1312 5D 

CONTROL STRUCTURES 

Comprehensive Framework Study-California 
Region: Appendix IX-Flood Control. 
W80-02034 1306 4A 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Wolf Creek, 

Granada, Colorado. 

W80-02848 1308 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Missouri River, Bis- 
marck-Burleigh County, North Dakota. 
W80-02873 1308 2E 

CONTROL SYSTEMS 

Alignment Control Apparatus for a Self-Pro- 

pelled Irrigation System, 

W80-01489 1304 3F 

Linear Move Irrigation System and Control 

Therefor, 

W80-03196 1309 3F 

Automatic Control for Wastewater Treatment 

Systems, 

W80-05861 1318 5D 

Electronic Instrumentation Adds Dimensions to 

Metering, 

W80-06709 1324 5F 

CONTROLLED RELEASE 

Statistical Analysis of Stream Events as Applied 
to Controlled Release of Lagoon Effluents, 
W80-01605 1305 5D 

CONVECTION 

Unconditional Stability in Convection Computa- 
tions, 
W?0-01021 1303 8B 

Convective Rainfall Estimation from Digital 

Goes-1 Infrared Data, 

W80-02739 1308 2B 

Solution of the Transport Equations Using a 

Moving Coordinate System, 

W80-05767 1318 2F 

Mesoscale Characteristics of the Texas Hiplex 

Area During Summer 1978, 

W80-06737 1324 2B 

A Finite Element Model Incorporating Charac- 
teristics for the Diffusion-Convection Equation, 
W80-06886 1324 5B 

Alternating Direction Collocation Solution to 

the Transport Equation, 

W80-06888 1324 5B 

A Finite Element Solution of the One-Dimen- 
sional Diffusion-Convection Equation, 
W80-06890 1324 5B 

Effective and Highly Accurate Solution of Dif- 
fusion and Convection-Diffusion Problems 
Using Moving, Deforming Coordinates, 
W80-06891 1324 5B 



Identification of Parameters in a Convection- 
Diffusion Equation Using the Finite Element 
Method, 
W80-06892 1324 5B 

An Upwind Finite Element Formulation for 
Convection or Buoyancy Dominated Flows in 
Rivers, Bays and Estuaries, 
W80-06911 1324 2L 

Finite Element Analysis of Thermal Convection 

in Deep Ocean Sediments, 

W80-06927 1324 2L 

CONVEYANCE STRUCTURES 

Interceptor Sewers and Urban Sprawl, 
W80-04751 1314 5D 

CONWY RIVER (WALES) 

Zinc in the Conwy River and Estuary, 
W80-03029 1309 2L 

COOK INLET (AK) 

A New Technique for Measuring Tidal Currents 

by Using a Two-Site HF Doppler Radar 

System, 

W80-04307 1313 7B 

COOK STRAIT (NZ) 

M2 Tidal Effects in Greater Cook Strait, New 

Zealand, 

W80-06123 1319 2L 

COOLING 

Heat Transfer Through the Thermal Skin of a 

Cooling Pond with Waves, 

W80-00351 1301 2D 

Heat Loss from Sidearms of Cooling Lakes, 
W80-05844 1318 2H 

Thermal Structure of Cooling Ponds, 
W80-05845 1318 2H 

COOLING POND 

Heat Transfer Through the Thermal Skin of a 

Cooling Pond with Waves, 

W80-00351 1301 2D 

Investigations of Sparging as a Method for Pro- 
moting Cooling Pond Heat Transfer, 
W80-05152 1316 2H 

COOLING TOWERS 

Optimum Mechanical Draft Wet Cooling 
Towers to Supplement Once-Through Cooling 
at Selected Missouri River Sites, 
W80-06325 1320 5F 

Water Drops and Packing Effects Inside Atmos- 
pheric Cooling Towers, 
W80-06929 1324 2D 

COOLING WATER 

Comparison of Alternative Strategies for Coke 

Plant Wastewater Disposal, 

W80-00108 1301 5D 

Water Reuse in Poultry Processing: Case Study 

in Egypt, 

W80-00143 1301 5D 

Thermal Alteration of Groundwater Caused by 

Seepage from a Cooling Lake, 

W80-00358 1301 5B 

Cooling Impoundments: Classification and Anal- 
ysis, 
W80-00580 1302 2H 

Persistence of Chlorine in Cooling Water from 

Electric Generating Station, 

W80-00581 1302 5A 

Dye-Vector Flow Visualization-Cooling Water 

Model, 

W80-00586 1302 8B 



Some Problems in finding Good Standards for 

Cooling Water, 

W80-01744 1305 5C 

Future Sources of Cooling Water for Power 

Plants in Arid Regions, 

W80-02354 1306 3E 

Synergistic Composition Comprising Phosphor- 
ylated Ethoxylated Glycerine and Polyacrylic 
Acid for the Prevention of CaC03 Scale in 
Cooling Water, 
W80-02617 1307 5G 



Water Intake Device, 
W80-02631 



1307 8A 



Polyphosphate-Based Industrial Cooling Water 

Treatment, 

W80-03139 1309 5F 

An Analysis of Water Resources Constraints on 
Power Plant Siting in the Mid-Atlantic States, 
W80-03361 1310 6D 

Modified Amperometric Membrane Probes for 
Determining Free and Total Residual Chlorine 
in Saline Cooling Waters, 
W80-03462 1310 5A 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume X-Appendix I, Electric Power. 
W80-03572 1310 6B 

Design Criteria for Cooling-Water Outlet Struc- 
tures, 
W80-04310 1313 5B 

Growth of Fish in Heated Environments, 
W80-04688 1314 5C 



Aquifers Store Energy. 
W80-04940 



1315 3C 



Investigations of Sparging as a Method for Pro- 
moting Cooling Pond Heat Transfer, 
W80-05152 1316 2H 

Field Verification of a Hydrothermal Model, 
W80-05187 1316 5B 

Density Currents in Sidearms of Cooling Ponds, 
W80-05841 1318 5B 

Performance of Power Plant Cooling Lakes in 

Poland, 

W80-05842 1318 5B 

Hybrid Cooling System Thermodynamics and 

Economics, 

W80-06250 1320 5B 

Feasibility Study to Determine the Practicality 
of Using Potable Municipal Water Supplies as a 
Source of Condenser Cooling Water for Power 
Generating Facilities, 
W80-06563 1324 5F 

Use of Saline Water in Energy Development, 
W80-06698 1324 3C 

COOLING WATERS 

Assessment of an Amperometric Membrane 
Probe for Determining Free Residual Chlorine 
in Saline Cooling Waters, 
W80-01867 1305 7B 

Effects of Thermally Elevated Discharges on 
the Structure and Composition of Estuarine Per- 
iphyton Diatom Assemblages, 
W80-02386 1306 5C 

Preliminary Results on Uptake and Elimination 

at Different Temperatures of p,p'-DDT and 

Two Chlorobiphenyls in Perch from Brackish 

Water, 

W80-03268 1309 5 A 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



COPPER 



Effects of Chlorobrominated and Chlorinated 
Cooling Waters on Estuarine Organisms, 
W80-O4393 1313 5C 

Accuracy of Harbeck Diagram for Forced 

Evaporation, 

W80-05840 1318 5B 

COOPERATIVE WATER-STUDIES PROGRAM 

Water-Resources Investigations in Nevada, 

1978. 

W80-00776 1302 7 A 

Water-Resources Investigations in Kansas, 1978, 
W80-00944 1303 7 A 

Water-Resources Investigations in Georgia, 

1979. 

W80-05450 1317 7 A 

COOS BAY (ORE) 

Numerical Simulation of the Coos Bay-South 

Slough Complex, 

W80-03559 1310 2L 

COPEPODS 

Body Burden of Chromium, Copper, Cadmium 
and Lead in the Neustonic Copepod Anomalo- 
cera Patersoni (Pontellidae) Collected from the 
Mediterranean Sea, 
W8O-0O665 1302 5 A 

Effects of Kuwait Oils on Feeding Rates of 

Copepods, 

W 80-00666 1302 5 A 

Acute Toxicity of Copper, Cadmium and Zinc 
to Three Species of Marine Copepod, 
W80-0O679 1302 5 A 

A Chronic Toxicity Test with the Marine Cope- 
pod Acartia Tonsa, 
W8O-OO830 1303 5 A 

Effects of Sublethal Concentrations of Cadmium 
as Possible Indicators of Cadmium Pollution for 
Two Populations of Acartia Clausi (Copepoda) 
Living at Two Differently Polluted Areas, 
W80-01329 1304 5C 

Assimilation of Particulate Organic Carbon by 

Estuarine and Coastal Copepods, 

W80-01453 1304 5C 

Metabolic Responses to Temperature Change in 
a Tropical Freshwater Copepod (Mesocyclops 
Brasilianus) and Their Adaptive Significance, 
W80-01761 1305 5 A 

Composition and Dynamics of Zooplankton in 

the Sava Lake, 

W80-01785 1305 5C 

Zooplankton Distribution in Relation to the Hy- 
drology of the Derwent River Estuary, 
W80-01985 1305 5C 

Effects of a Thermal Discharge on the Mortality 
of Copepods in a Subtropical Estuary, 
W80-02091 1306 5 A 

Short- and Long-Term Effects of Some Pollut- 
ants on Benthic Copepods of Genus Tisbe (Co- 
pepoda, Harpacticoida), 
W80-02380 1306 5 A 

Strategies for Co-existence in Two Limnetic Cy- 

clopoid Copepods, 

W80-02542 1307 5C 

Prey Selection by the Cyclopoid Copepods Me- 
socyclops Edax and Cyclops Vicinus, 
W80-02543 1307 5C 

Equivalence of Copepod and Insect Diapause, 
W80-02544 1307 5C 



Life Cycle Strategies in Neighbouring Popula- 
tions of the Copepod Cyclops Scutifer Sars, 
W80-02545 1307 5C 

Instar-Specific Swimming Patterns and Preda- 

tion of Planktonic Copepods, 

W80-02547 1307 5C 

Carotenoid Photoprotection in Diaptomus 

Kenai, 

W80-02549 1307 5C 

Population Dynamics of Eudiaptomus Gracilis 

(Sars) in Lake Ohrid, 

W80-02550 1307 5C 

The Temperature and Oxygen Lethal Limits of 

Acartia Clausi Giesbrecht in a Polluted Marine 

Ecosystem, 

W80-02941 1308 5 A 

Wax Esters in the Marine Environment: Origin 
and Composition of the Wax from Bute Inlet, 
British Columbia, 
W80-03254 1309 5 A 

Seasonal Cycles of Zooplankton Biomass in 

Southeastern Lake Michigan, 

W80-03390 1310 2H 

Effects of Sublethal Oil Concentrations on the 

Copepod, Nitocra Affinis, 

W80-03540 1310 5C 

Effects of Temperature and Salinity on Produc- 
tion and Hatching of Dormant Eggs of Acartia 
Californiensis (Copepoda) in an Oregon Estuary, 
W80-03700 1311 5 A 

Effects of Dinoflagellate Bioluminescence on the 
Ingestion Rates of Herbivorous Zooplankton, 
W80-03782 1311 5C 

Carnivorous Feeding Behavior of the Adult Ca- 
lanoid Copepod Acartia Tonsa Dana, 
W80-03783 1311 5C 

Extent and Nature of Thermal Stress on Cope- 
pod Populations, 
W80-04014 1312 5C 

Continuous Plankton Records: Seasonal Cycles 
of Phytoplankton and Copepods in the North 
Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, 
W80-04652 1314 5C 

The Effect of Temperature on the Respiration 

Rate of Meiofauna, 

W80-04703 1314 5 A 

Temperature and Adaptation to Pollution as 
Factors Influencing the Acute Toxicity of Cd to 
the Planktonic Copepod Acartia Clausi, 
W80-04891 1315 5 A 

Energy Flow in a Harpacticoid Community of a 

Salt Marsh Pool, 

W80-05626 1317 21 

Factors Regulating Intrazooplankton Predation 

by Polyphemus Pediculus, 

W80-05795 1318 2H 

Genetic and Physiological Adaptation of the 
Copepod Eurytemora Affinis to Seasonal Tem- 
peratures, 
W80-06038 1319 2L 

The Measurement of Temperature Tolerance: 

Verification of an Index, 

W80-06041 1319 2L 

COPPER 

Body Burden of Chromium, Copper, Cadmium 
and Lead in the Neustonic Copepod Anomalo- 
cera Patersoni (Pontellidae) Collected from the 
Mediterranean Sea, 
W80-0O665 1302 5A 



Measurement of Complexing Materials Excreted 
from Algae and Their Ability to Ameliorate 
Copper Toxicity, 
W8O-O0667 1302 5 A 

Acute Toxicity of Copper, Cadmium and Zinc 
to Three Species of Marine Copepod, 
W8O-O0679 1302 5 A 

Some Observations on Pollutants of Velsao Bay 

(GOA), 

W80-OO688 1302 5 A 

A Morphometric Study of Lead and Copper 

Effects on Diatoma Tenue Var. Elongatum (Ba- 

cillariophyta), 

W80-00782 1302 5 A 

Biogeochemistry of Selected Heavy Metals in 

Western Port, Victoria, and Use of Invertebrates 

as Indicators with Emphasis on Mytilus Edulis 

Planulatus, 

W8O-O0788 1302 5 A 

The Rock Oyster Saccostrea Glomerata as an 
Indicator of Trace Metals in Hong Kong, 
W80-00793 1302 5 A 

Relationship of the Physiology of Aquatic Or- 
ganisms to the Lethality of Toxicants: A Broad 
Overview with Emphasis on Membrane Perme- 
ability, 
W80-0O825 1303 5 A 

Studies on the Depuration of Cadmium and 

Copper by the American Oyster Crassostrea 

Virginica, 

W80-00843 1303 5B 

Variability of the Concentrations of Seventeen 
Trace Elements in the Muscle and Liver of a 
Single Striped Bass, Morone Saxatilis, 
W80-00846 1303 5 A 

Toxicity of Some Heavy Metals for Daphnia 
Magna Strauss, as a Function of Temperature, 
W80-01059 1303 5A 

Toxicity of Copper Compounds for Chlorella 

Pyrenoidosa Beyer, 

W80-01066 1303 5A 

Effect of Selected Water Toxicants and Other 
Chemicals upon Adenosine Triphosphatase Ac- 
tivity in Vitro, 
W80-01073 1303 5A 

The Relationship between the Copper Complex- 
ing Capacity of Sea Water nd Copper Toxicity 
in Shrimp Zoeae, 
W80-01078 1303 5A 

Failure of Osmoregulation with Apparent Potas- 
sium Intoxication in Marine Teleosts: A Primary 
Toxic Effect of Copper, 
W80-01079 1303 5A 

Some Effects of Certain Metals on Development 
and Mortality Within the Moult Cycle of Cran- 
gon Crangon(L.), 
W80-01108 1303 5A 

The Influence of Heavy Metals on a Mixed 

Bacterial Population of Sewage Origin in the 

Chemostat, 

W80-01324 1304 5C 

Toxic Cations and Marine Biota: Analysis of 

Research Effort During the Three-Year Period 

1974-1976, 

W80-01333 1304 5A 

Copper and Cadmium Induced Changes in the 

Metabolism and Structure of Molluscan Gill 

Tissue, 

W80-01338 1304 5B 

Copper and Nutrition in Helix Pomatia (L.), 
W80-01760 1305 5A 



SU-85 



COPPER 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Detection Limits of a Biological Monitoring 

System Based on Fish Respiration, 

W80-02088 1306 5A 

Mechanisms of Copper Tolerance in the Marine 
Fouling Alga Ectocarpus Siliculosus- Evidence 
for an Exclusion Mechanism, 
W80-02213 1306 5A 

Requirement of Carp for Dietary Zinc (In Japa- 
nese), 
W80-02217 1306 5 A 

Heavy Metals in the Sea-Skater Halobates Ro- 
bustus from the Galapagos Islands: Concentra- 
tions in Nature and Uptake Experiments, with 
Special Reference to Cadmium, 
W80-02221 1306 5 A 

Study of the Effects of Metalic Ions on Fish and 

Aquatic Organisms, 

W80-02251 1306 5 A 

Accumulation of Copper in Certain Bivalves of 
Vellar Estuary, Porto Novo, S. India in Natural 
and Experimental Conditions, 
W80-02390 1306 5 A 

The Occurrence of Copper, Iron and Zinc in the 
Hard Shell Clam, Mercenaria Mercenaria, and 
Sediments of Southampton Water, 
W80-02391 1306 5B 

Comparative Effects of Sediment and Water 

Contamination on Benthic Invertebrates in Four 

Lakes, 

W80-02428 1307 5C 

Relationships of Activities of Metal-Ligand Spe- 
cies to Aquatic Toxicity, 
W80-02444 1307 5 A 

Bioassays Related to the Effects of Coal Strip 

Mining and Energy Conversion on the Aquatic 

Microflora, 

W80-02476 1307 5 A 

Trace Metal Ion Filtration Losses at pH 5 and 7, 
W80-02600 1307 5 A 

Toxicity of Soluble Copper and Other Metal 

Ions to Elodea Canadenis, 

W80-02980 1308 5 A 

Levels of Metal Pollutants in Sediments and 

Biota of the Gulf of Trieste: A Long Term 

Survey, 

W80-03228 1309 5 A 

Trace Metals and Organochlorine Residue Con- 
tent of Mullidae Family Fishes and Sediments in 
the Vicinity of Erdemli (Icel), Turkey, 
W80-03231 1309 5 A 

Trace Elements in Mesopelagic and Some 

Coastal Fish from the Adriatic, 

W80-03233 1309 5 A 

Accumulation and Distribution of Heavy Metals 
in Some Marine Organisms in the Bay of Izmir 
and in Aegean Coasts, 
W80-03239 1309 5 A 

Heavy Metals (Hg, Cd, Cu, Pb, Zn) in Liver and 

Muscle Tissue of Fresh- Water Perch (Perca Flu- 

viatilis) of the Lake of Biel and the Walensee (In 

German), 

W80-03269 1309 5 A 

Organochlorines and Metals in Harbour Seals 

(Dutch Wadden Sea), 

W80-03280 1309 5B 

Isolation and Elemental Analysis of Metal-Rich 
Granules from the Kidney of the Scallop, Pecten 
Maximus (L), 
W80-03282 1309 5A 



Concentrations of Arsenic, Selenium and Ten 
Heavy Metals in School Shark, Galeorhinus 
Australis (Macleay), and Gummy Shark, Muste- 
lus Antarcticus Gunther, from South-Eastern 
Australian Waters, 
W80-03285 1309 5 A 

Combined Effects of Cadmium, Copper and 
Lead on Developing Herring Eggs and Larvae, 
W80-03286 1309 5 A 

Heavy Metals in the Sediments of the Gulf of 

Bothnia, 

W8O-03295 1309 5 A 

Two Heavy Metal-Binding Proteins in the 
Midgut Gland of the Crab Carcinus Maenas, 
W80-03339 1310 5B 

Copper Toxicity to the Bay Scallop (Argopec- 

ten Irradians), 

W80-03689 1311 5C 

The Field Assessment of Effects of Dumping 
Wastes at Sea: 3. A Survey of the Sewage 
Sludge Disposal Area in Lyme Bay, 
W80-03696 1311 5 A 

The Effect of Dissolved Copper on the Increase 

in Length of Four Species of Intertidal Fucoid 

Algae, 

W80-03992 1312 5 A 

Elemental Content of Aquatic Organisms Inhab- 
iting a Pond Contaminated with Coal Fly Ash, 
W80-04011 1312 5B 

Copper-The Major Metal Component of Gly- 

cerid Polychaete Jaws, 

W80-04413 1313 5B 

Oxygen Content and Toxicity for Fish of Some 

Substances in Heated Waters, 

W80-04681 1314 5 A 

The Effects of Mercury Exposure on Intracellu- 
lar Distribution of Mercury, Copper and Zinc in 
Skeletonema Costatum (Grev.) Cleve, 
W80-04695 1314 5B 

Tissue Metal Concentrations in Two Crayfish 
Species Cohabiting a Tennessee Cave Stream, 
W80-04696 1314 5 A 

The Effects of Hardness, Alkalinity and pH of 
Test Water on the Toxicity of Copper to Rain- 
bow Trout (Salmo Gairdneri), 
W80-04699 1314 5B 

The Study of Eutrophication of Algal Benthos 
by Essential Metals in Artificial Rivers, 
W80-04726 1314 5A 

Influence of Copper and Zinc in Food Substance 

on the Accumulation of Cultured Oysters (In 

Japanese), 

W80-04897 1315 5B 

Melimex, an Experimental Heavy Metal Pollu- 
tion Study: Chemical Speciation and Biological 
Availability of Copper in Lake Water, 
W80-04899 1315 5B 

Speciation and Rate of Loss of Copper from 
Lakewater with Implications to Toxicity, 
W80-05034 1315 5C 

Acute Toxicity to Goldfish of Mixtures of 
Chloramines, Copper, and Linear Alkylate Sul- 
fonate, 
W80-06042 1319 5A 

Chronic Effect of Copper on the Bluntnose 
Minnow, Pimephales Notatus (Rafinesque), 
W80-06277 1320 5C 

Tolerance of Intertidal Amphipods to Fluctuat- 
ing Conditions of Salinity, Oxygen and Copper, 
W80-06279 1320 5A 



Fluctuations of Copper, Zinc, and Silver in Tel- 
lenid Clams as Related to Freshwater Dis- 
charge-South San Francisco Bay, 
W80-06339 1321 5C 

COPPER FILTRATION LOSSES 

Trace Metal Ion Filtration Losses at pH 5 and 7, 
W80-02600 1307 5A 

COPPER RIVER (ALASKA) 
Copper River Hydraulics Study at Million 
Dollar Bridge, Alaska, 
W80-06051 1319 8B 

COPPER SULFATE 

Preliminary Observations on the Cytopathologi- 
cal Effects of Copper Sulfate on the Chemore- 
ceptors of Callinectes Sapidus, 
W80-01337 1304 5B 

Effect of Copper Sulfate and Sodium Pentach- 
lorophenate on Adenine and Adenosine Phos- 
phates in Lymnaea Luteola (Mollusca: Gastro- 
poda), 
W80-02097 1306 5A 

Influence of Copper Sulphate on the Structure 
of the Net of Larvae of Hydropsyche (Insecta, 
Trichoptera), (In French), 
W80-04911 1315 5C 

CORAL 

Abortion Effect in Corals Induced by Oil Pollu- 
tion, 
W80-01061 1303 5A 

A Preliminary Study of Algal Turf Communities 
of a Shallow Coral Reef Lagoon Using an Artifi- 
cial Substratum, 
W80-01980 1305 5C 

Laboratory Experiments on the Effects of Crude 
Oil on the Red Sea Coral Stylophora Pistillata, 
W80-02970 1308 5C 

CORALLINA 

Growth and Primary Productivity of Marine 
Macrophytes Exposed to Domestic Sewage Ef- 
fluents, 
W80-05250 1316 5C 

CORBICULA 

Dynamics and Control of the Asiatic Clam in 

the New River, Virginia, 

W80-02471 1307 5C 

CORE DRILLING 

Modifications to the Mackereth Corer, 
W80-01268 1304 2J 



Core Drills Can Be Improved, 
W80-05550 



1317 8C 



Analyses of Water, Core Material, and Elutriate 
Samples Collected Near Sicily Island, Louisiana 
(Sicily Island Area Levee Project), 
W80-O6517 1324 8B 

A Fast Light-Weight Core Drill, 

W80-06780 1324 2C 

COREGONUS 

The Effect of Starvation and Temperature Con- 
ditions on Vendace (Coregonus Albula L.) 
Larvae, 
W80-02086 1306 5 A 

The Different Adaptability of Fish to Eutrophi- 
cation, (In German), 
W80-04912 1315 5C 

CORES 

The Diatoms of Contemporary and Ancient 
Sediments from Lake Waiau, and their Geo- 
chemical Environment, 
W80-01371 1304 5C 



SU 86 



Particle Reworking in Sediments from the New 

York Bight Apex: Evidence from 234Th/238U 

Disequilibrium, 

W80-03629 1311 2 J 

On the Origin of Stratified Debris in Ice Cores 
from the Bottom of the Antarctic Ice Sheet, 
W80-04325 1313 2C 

Occurrence of Nitric and Nitrous Oxides in a 

Coastal Marine Sediment, 

W80-04362 1313 2K 

Subfossil Chironomids as Evidence of Eutrophi- 
cation in Ekoln Bay, Central Sweden, 
W80-O4453 1313 5C 



A Fast Light-Weight Core Drill, 
W80-06780 



1324 2C 



COREXIT 

Short- and Long-Term Effects of Some Pollut- 
ants on Benthic Copepods of Genus Tisbe (Co- 
pepoda, Harpacticoida), 
W80-02380 1306 5 A 

Effects of Three Oil Spill Dispersants on Marine 
Bacterial Populations. I. Preliminary Study. 
Quantitative Evolution of Aerobes, 
W80-02978 1308 5A 

Effect of a Chemical Dispersant on Microbial 
Utilization of Petroleum Hydrocarbons, 
W80-03216 1309 5 A 

COREXIT 9527 

Effects of Corexit 9527 on the Hatchability of 

Mallard Eggs, 

W80-01107 1303 5A 

CORMORANTS 

DDE-Contaminated Fish Off Los Angeles Are 

Suspected Cause in Deaths of Captive Marine 

Birds, 

W80-03986 1312 5C 

CORN 

The Economic Consequences of Irrigating Corn 
on Fine Textured Soils in the Humid Midwest, 
W80-05102 1316 6B 

CORN BELT 

Soil Conservation Limitations on Removal of 
Crop Residues for Energy Production, 
W80-01839 1305 2J 

CORN (FIELD) 

Effect of Tillage on Soil-Water Movement 

During Corn Growth, 

W80-03724 1311 2G 

Soil and Water Losses from Corn-Soybean Ro- 
tations, 
W80-03725 1311 2J 

Improved Water and Fertility Management for 

Irrigation Systems - Phase 2, 

W80-05517 1317 3F 

Environmental Factors in Application of Liquid 
Sludge to Upstate New York Farmlands, 
W80-06564 1324 5E 

Estimating Water Used by Irrigated Corn in 

West Central Minnesota, 

W80-06840 1324 3F 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS URBAN STUDIES 

A Systems Resources Approach to Citizen Par- 
ticipation: The Case of the Corps of Engineers, 
W80-04756 1314 6E 

CORRELATION ANALYSIS 

Relationship Between Precipitation and Torna- 
do Activity, 
W80-00958 1303 2B 



SUBJECT INDEX 



The Social and Political Matrix of Environmen- 
tal Attitudes. An Analysis of the Vote on the 
California Coastal Zone Regulation Act, 
W80-01470 1304 6B 

Zooplankton Crustaceans in Spanish Reservoirs, 
W80-01783 1305 5C 

Some Aspects of the Relation Between Monthly 
Temperatures and Rainfall, and its Use in Evalu- 
ating Earlier Climates in the Middle East, 
W80-01950 1305 2B 

An Investigation of Pollutant Source Strength- 
Rainfall Relationships at St. Louis, 
W80-02494 1307 2B 

Factor Analysis of Temporal and Spatial Pat- 
terns of Multicellular Green Freshwater Algae, 
W80-02520 1307 5C 

Spatial Correlations of Precipitation in North- 
west Georgia, 
W80-02698 1307 2B 

Characterization of the Water Quality in the 
Saint Lawrence River: Determination of Homo- 
geneous Zones by Correspondence Analysis, 
W80-03955 1312 5 A 

Effect of Periodic Parameters on the Autocorre- 
lation Structure of Hydrologic Series, 
W80-04039 1312 2E 

Spatial Variability of Infiltration in a Watershed, 
W80-04062 1312 2G 

Possible Relation Between Phytoplankton Num- 
bers and Saprolegnioid Fungi in Shatt Al-Arab 
Near Basrah, Iraq, 
W80-04119 1312 5F 

Epipelic and Epilithic Diatom Assemblages in 
Montezuma Well National Monument, Arizona, 
W80-04133 1312 5C 

A Descriptive Model of the Relationship be- 
tween Rainfall and Soil Water Table, 
W80-06205 1320 2G 

Polychlorinated Biphenyl Contamination in Sur- 
ficial Sediments of Northeastern Lake Michigan, 
W80-06447 1321 5 A 

CORROSION 

Corrosion and Scale-Formation Properties of 
Geopressured Geothermal Waters from the 
Northern Gulf of Mexico Basin, 
W80-00219 1301 1A 

Application of Linear Polarization Techniques 

to the Study of Carbon Steel Corrosion in Dilute 

Ammonium Nitrate Solutions and Irrigation 

Groundwaters, 

W80-02709 1308 5C 

Groundwater Characteristics and Corrosion 
Problems Associated with the Use of Geother- 
mal Water in Klamath Falls. Oregon, 
W80-04763 1314 8G 

Predicted Corrosion and Scale-Formation Prop- 
erties of Geopressured Geothermal Waters from 
the Northern Gulf of Mexico Basin, 
W80-04766 1314 2K 

The Corrosive Well Waters of Egypt's Western 

Desert, 

W80-05447 1317 8G 

CORROSION CONTROL 

The Corrosive Well Waters of Egypt's Western 

Desert, 

W80-05447 1317 8G 

COST 

Effluent Generation, Energy Use and Cost of 

Blanching, 

W80-00122 1301 5D 



COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS 

COST ALLOCATION 

Comment on 'The Efficiency and Equity of Cost 
Allocation Methods for Multipurpose Water 
Projects' by James C. Loughlin, 
W80-03137 1309 5C 

COST ANALYSES 

Labor Wage Rates, Productivity, and the Cost 

of Water Supply, 

W80-02047 1306 6C 

COST ANALYSIS 

State/Local Interaction in Stormwater Manage- 
ment, 
W8C-00062 1301 4 A 

Analysis of Operations and Maintenance Costs 
for Municipal Wastewater Treatment Systems, 
W80-00549 1302 6B 

Energy Requirements of Present Pollution Con- 
trol Technology, 
W80-01311 1304 6C 

Planning Water Supply: Cost-Rate Differentials 

and Plumbing Permits, 

W80-01315 1304 6C 

A Model for the Analysis of Seasonal Aspects of 

Water Quality Control, 

W80-01408 1304 6A 

Phosphate Ban Lowers Removal Costs, 
W80-01971 1305 6C 

Economic Evaluation of Ozone Contactors, 
W80-02825 1308 5D 

Estimating Water Treatment Costs, Volume 4. 
Computer User's Manual for Retrieving and Up- 
dating Cost Data, 
W80-03655 1311 5F 

Least Cost Solutions to the Problem of Effluent 

Abatement in Urban Systems, 

W80-04154 1312 5D 

Technical and Economic Evaluation of an MSF 
Solar Energy Powered Desalination Plant, 
W80-04155 1312 3A 

Cost Behavior and Water Systems, 

W80-04156 1312 6C 

The Clean Water Act: Unexpected Impacts on 

Industry, 

W80-04914 1315 6E 

Analysis of the Water Rate Structure as a Man- 
agement Option for Water Conservation, 
W80-05007 1315 3D 

Bayesian Analysis of Energy Prices on Irriga- 
tion, 
W80-06505 1324 3F 

Managing Small Water Systems: A Cost Study. 

Volume I, 

W80-06644 1324 6C 

COST-BENEFIT ANALYSES 

Cost Benefit Analysis and the Determination of 

Best Environmental Options, 

W80-01302 1304 6B 

COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS 

Cost Benefits of Physical Chemical Treatment, 
W80-00113 1301 5D 

Rising Energy Prices, Water Demand by Periur- 
ban Agriculture, and Implications for Urban 
Water Supply: The Tucson Case, 
W80-00295 1301 3F 

Evaluation of Economic Benefits of Hydrologi- 

cal Services, 

W80-00414 1302 6B 



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SU-87 



COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Ways to Resolve Critical Water Resources 

Issues Facing the Nation, 

W80-00546 1302 6E 

Irrigation Technology for Desert Land Recla- 
mation, 
W80-00641 1302 3F 

An Activities Model of Consumer Behaviour 
with Special Reference to Outdoor Recreation, 
W80-00992 1303 6D 

Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Ef- 
fects, 
W80-00995 1303 6B 

The Economic Impact Analysis of Effluent 
Standards for Total Dissolved Solids, 
W80-01310 1304 6B 

A BCCIPA Model for Water Resource Project 

Evaluation, 

W80-01634 1305 6B 

Benefit-Cost Analysis for Appraisal of Recrea- 
tion Alternatives, 
W80-02000 1305 6B 

The Potential of Economic Desalinization for 

Small Systems, 

W80-02001 1306 6B 

Survey Results on the Benefits of Water Pollu- 
tion Abatement in the Merrimack River Basin, 
W 80-02004 1306 6B 

Benefits of Water Pollution Control, 
W80-02131 1306 6B 

Concepts of Value for Marine Recreational 

Fishing, 

W80-02456 1307 6C 

Managing Small Water Systems: A Cost Study, 

Volume II, 

W80-03568 1310 6C 

Guidelines for Socioeconomic Impact Analyses 

of Environmental Regulations, 

W80-03602 1311 6C 

Formulating Aquatic Weed Management Pro- 
grams, 
W80-03841 1311 4A 

The Costs and Benefits of Water Metering, 
W80-03974 1312 6B 

On the Cost-Benefit Analysis of Port Projects, 
W80-04160 1312 6B 

Benefit Analysis for Combined Sewer Overflow 

Control. 

W80-04165 1312 5D 

Estimating Costs and Benefits for Nonstructural 

Flood Control Measures, 

W80-04769 1314 6F 

Analysis of Structural and Nonstructural Flood 

Control Measures Using Computer Program 

HEC-5C, 

W80-04772 1314 6A 

Design of a Cost Effective Solar Powered Water 

Pump, 

W80-05011 1315 8C 

Some Relationships Between Environmental As- 
sessments and Arctic Marine Development, 
W80-05503 1317 5C 

Regulation of Land Use Practices for Areas 

Surrounding Aquifers - Economic and Legal 

Implications, 

W80-06O02 1319 6E 

An Approach to Marginal Economic Analysis of 

Hydrometric Data Collection, 

W80-06310 1320 7A 



COST-BENEFIT RATIO 

A Do-It- Yourself Leak Survey Benefit-Cost 

Study, 

W80-02137 1306 6B 

A Dynamic Regional Impact Analysis of Feder- 
al Expenditures on a Water and Related Land 
Resource Project - The Boise Project of Idaho. 
Part I: Direct Economic Impacts, Economics 
Subproject, 
W80-03309 1310 6B 

COST BENEFIT THEORY 

Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Ef- 
fects, 
W80-00995 1303 6B 

COST COMPARISON 

Ground Water Heat Pumps - A Cost Compari- 
son, 
W80-04424 1313 6B 

COST COMPARISONS 

Package Plants: One Solution to Small Commu- 
nity Water Supply Needs, 
W80-01404 1304 5D 

Labor Wage Rates, Productivity, and the Cost 

of Water Supply, 

W80-02047 1306 6C 

COST EFFECTIVE 

Model for Selection of Stormwater Control Al- 
ternatives, 
W80-00318 1301 6B 

COST EFFECTIVENESS 

Salinity Control Planning Framework, 
W80-01690 1305 6B 

Formulating Aquatic Weed Management Pro- 
grams, 
W80-03841 1311 4A 

COST/EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS 

Alternatives for Small Wastewater Treatment 
Systems: Vol. 3, Cost/Effectiveness Analysis. 
W80-01386 1304 5G 

COST MINIMIZATION 

A Minimum-Cost Surveillance Plan for Water 
Quality Trend Detection in Lake Michigan, 
W80-00213 1301 6A 

Optimization of a Dam System for Recharging 

Runoff Water into the Ground, 

W80-00362 1301 4B 

Stochastic Optimization of a Water Supply 

System, 

W80-00397 1301 6A 



Chlorination System Analysis, 
W80-01662 



1305 6A 



COST PARAMETERS 

Engineering and Cost Parameters, 

W80-O0564 1302 6B 

COST SHARING 

An Economic Analysis of Cost Sharing Ar- 
rangements in Water and Related Land Re- 
sources 
W80-01204 1304 6C 

Efficiency Impacts of Cost Sharing on Shoreline 

Management, 

W80-O4917 1315 6E 

The Role of Benefit Taxation and Cost Sharing 
In Nonpoint Pollution Management, 
W80-05471 1317 6C 

COSTS 

Land Management Techniques for Stormwater 
Control in Developed Urban Areas, 
W80-00052 1301 4C 



Financing Storm Water Control Projects, 
W80-00065 1301 4A 

Removal of Suspended Solids and Algae from 
Aerobic Lagoon Effluent to Meet Proposed 
1983 Discharge Standards to Streams, 
W80-00121 1301 5D 

Treatment of Packinghouse Wastewater by Sand 

Filtration, 

W80-00129 1301 5D 

Aircraft Industry Wastewater Recycling, 
W80-00255 1301 5D 

The Economic Implications of Water Re-Use, 
W80-00257 1301 5D 

Rising Energy Prices, Water Demand by Penur- 
ban Agriculture, and Implications for Urban 
Water Supply: The Tucson Case, 
W80-00295 1301 3F 

Capital and Operating Costs of the Existing Dee 
Radar, Telemetry and Flow Forecasting Proj- 
ect, 
W80-00333 1301 7B 

Assessment of Water Resources: Networks, Sur- 
veys, Services, and Related Facilities: Present 
Status and Requirements by 2000. 
W80-00426 1302 6A 

Cost Benefit Analysis and the Determination of 

Best Environmental Options, 

W80-01302 1304 6B 

Costs and Returns for Producing Catfish Fin- 

gerlings, 

W80-01303 1304 6C 

Economies of Scale in Sewage Purification and 

Disposal, 

W80-01305 1304 6C 

Economic Analysis of Technology to Comply 
with P.L. 92-500 Group A Industries. 
W80-0I312 1304 6C 

Economic Analysis of Technology Costs to 
Comply with P.L. 92-500 Group B and C Indus- 
tries, 
W80-01313 1304 6C 

Cost of Controls for 'Small Hydroelectric 

Plants' or River Systems, 

W80-01388 1304 6A 

Energy and Useful By-Product Recovery from 

Animal Wastes, 

W80-01639 1305 5D 

Optimal Capacity of Municipal Water Supply 

Pumps, 

W 80-0 1691 1305 4 A 

An Effluent Charge Schedule: Cost, Financial 

Burden, and Punitive Effects, 

W80-01962 1305 6C 

Phosphate Ban Lowers Removal Costs, 
W80-01971 1305 6C 

Sewage Sludge Transport Costs, 

W8O-02OO7 1306 6C 

Wastewater Management Study for Cleveland- 
Akron Metropolitan and Three Rivers Water- 
shed Areas, Appendix II: Comments. 
W80-O2038 1306 5F 

Optimal Pollution in the Presence of Adjustment 

Costs, 

W80-02133 1306 6C 

Cost of Water Supply: Selected Case Studies, 
W80-02134 1306 6C 



SU 88 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CRESOLS 



Should You Buy Now. The Impact of Inflation 

on Pollution Control Expenditures, 

W80-02135 1306 6B 

Land Treatment VS. AWT--How Do Costs 

Compare, 

W80-02145 1306 6C 

Reclamation Policy and the Water Subsidy, an 
Analysis of the Distributional Consequences of 
Emerging Policy Choices, 
W80-02455 1307 6B 

Environmental Quality and Economic Develop- 
ment, 
W80-03857 1311 6E 

Optimized Economic Use of Sludge Treatment 

Facilities in Durban, 

W80-03979 1312 5B 

Improvement of the Quality of Waste Pond Ef- 
fluents in Northern Areas by Chemical Pre- 
Precipitation, 
W80-04287 1313 5D 

Effluent Fees, an Alternative System for 
Achieving Water Quality Standard in Alabama- 
Pilot Study, 
W80-06264 1320 6B 

Estimating Water Treatment Costs. Volume 2. 
Cost Curves Applicable to 1 to 200 MGD Treat- 
ment Plants, 
W80-06645 1324 6C 

COSTS ANALYSIS 

A Decision Analysis Framework for Evaluating 
Costs of Water Application in Productive Agri- 
culture, 
W80-06534 1324 3F 

COURT DECISIONS 

Tidelands and the Public Trust: An Application 

for South Carolina, 

W80-03526 1310 6E 

Reserved Water Rights and Our National For- 
ests, 
W80-04754 1314 6E 



Coastal States Have Control of Coastal Re- 

1314 6E 



sources, 
W80-04757 



COWEETA (NO 

Forest Management Effects on Interception, 

Evaporation, and Water Yield, 

W80-06476 1324 2D 

COX HOLLOW LAKE (WI) 

Effects of Hypolimnetic Aeration on Nitrogen 
Transformations in Simulated Lake Sediment- 
Water Systems, 
W80-05031 1315 5C 

CRABS 

Interactive Effects of Salinity, Temperature and 
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons on the Sur- 
vival and Development Rate of Larvae of the 
Mud Crab Rhithropanopeus Harrisii, 
W80-00790 1302 5 A 

An Assessment of DDT Toxicity on Osmoregu- 
lation and Gill Na,K-ATPase Activity in the 
Blue Crab, 
W80-00822 1303 5 A 

Effect of a PCB (Aroclor 1254) on the Striped 
Hermit Crab, Clibanarius Vittatus (Anomura: 
Diogenidae) in Static Bioassays, 
W80-00860 1303 5C 

The Respiratory Response of Juvenile Mud 

Crabs, Rhithropanopeus Harrisii to Variations in 

Salinity and Following Short-Term Exposure to 

Halowax 1099, A Polychlorinated Naphthalene 

(PCN), 

W80-01080 1303 5A 



Effects of Mercury, Cadmium, and Lead Com- 
pounds on Regeneration in Estuarine Fishes and 
Crabs, 
W80-01334 1304 5C 

Preliminary Observations on the Cytopathologi- 
cal Effects of Copper Sulfate on the Chemore- 
ceptors of Callinectes Sapidus, 
W80-01337 1304 5B 

Effect of Dimilin on Development of Lake 
Larvae of the Stone Crab Menippe Mercenaria, 
and the Blue Crab, Callinectes Sapidus, 
W80-01343 1304 5C 

Effect of Crude Oil and Detergent 'Solo' on the 
Activity of Some Hydrolases in Hemolymph of 
Crab Rhithropanopeus Harrisi, 
W80-02079 1306 5 A 

Oxygen Consumption and the Respiratory Re- 
sponses to Declining Oxygen Tension in the 
Crab Ebalia Tuberosa (Pennant) (Crustacea: De- 
capoda: Leucosiidae), 
W80-02986 1308 5 A 

Influence of Crude Oil and Detergents on the 
Concentration of some Ions in Hemolymph of 
the Shrimp Crangon Crangon L. and the Crab 
Rhithropanopeus Harrisi Gould, 
W80-03277 1309 5B 

Two Heavy Metal-Binding Proteins in the 
Midgut Gland of the Crab Carcinus Maenas, 
W80-03339 1310 5B 

Long-Term Effects of Water-Soluble Fractions 

of Kuwait Crude Oil on the Larval and Juvenile 

Development of the Mud Crab Eurypanopeus 

Depressus, 

W80-04004 1312 5 A 

The Influence of Salinity on Behaviour and 
Oxygen Uptake of the Hermit Crab Pagurus 
Bernhardus L., 
W80-04412 1313 5C 

Effects of Temperature and Salinity on Larval 
Development of Pagurus Bernhardus (Deca- 
poda, Paguridae), 
W80-04722 1314 5 A 

Cadmium Toxicity to Three Species of Estuar- 
ine Invertebrates, 
W80-04736 1314 5A 

Kepone Effects on Larval Development of 

Mud-Crab and Blue-Crab, 

W80-04739 1314 5C 

Biogenic Sedimentary Structures Produced by 
crabs in Lagoon Margin and Salt Marsh Envi- 
ronments Near Beaufort, North Carolina, 
W80-05320 1316 21 

Pelagic and Demersal Fish Assessment in the 

Lower Cook Inlet Estuary System, 

W80-06429 1321 5C 

Influence of Temperature, Salinity, and Phen- 
anthrene (A Petroleum Derived Polycyclic Aro- 
matic Hydrocarbon) on the Respiration of 
Larval Mud Crabs, Rhithropanopeus Harrisii, 
W80-06555 1324 5C 



CRACKS 

Bottom Crevasses, 

W80-06777 



1324 2C 



CRAIG (CO) 

Flood Hazard Information: Yampa River and 

Tributaries, Craig, Colorado, 

W80-01414 1304 2E 



CRANGON 

Some Effects of Certain Metals on Development 
and Mortality Within the Moult Cycle of Cran- 
gon Crangon(L.), 
W80-01108 1303 5A 

CRASSOSTREA 

Copper and Cadmium Induced Changes in the 

Metabolism and Structure of Molluscan Gill 

Tissue, 

W80-01338 1304 5B 

CRATERS 

Biological Observations on the Crater Lakes of 

Jebel Marra, Sudan, 

W80-04350 1313 2H 

CRATORS 

Modern Biogenic Gas-Generated Craters (Sea- 
floor 'Pockmarks') on Bering Shelf, Alaska, 
W80-05597 1317 2L 

CRAYFISH 

Red Swamp Crayfish: Short-Term Effects of 

Salinity on Survival and Growth, 

W80-01056 1303 5A 

Mercury Interaction in Crayfish Antennal Giand 

and Hepatopancreas, 

W80-04006 1312 5B 

Tissue Metal Concentrations in Two Crayfish 
Species Cohabiting a Tennessee Cave Stream, 
W80-04696 1314 5A 

CRAZY EDDIE BOG (OH) 

Functionally Distinct Classes of Complex Phos- 
phorus Compounds in Lake Water, 
W80-03110 1309 5C 

CREEP 

Creep Behaviour of Frozen Soils in Uniaxial 

Compression Tests, 

W80-01512 1304 8D 

Creep Characteristics of Frozen Soils, 
W80-01513 1304 8D 

Effect of Specimen Shape on Creep Response of 

a Frozen Sand, 

W80-01514 1304 8D 

Creep Stress Analysis of Frozen Soils Under 

Multiaxial States of Stress, 

W80-01523 1304 8D 

The Role of Shear Heating in the Dynamics of 

Large Ice Masses, 

W80-05735 1318 2C 

The Effect of Crystal Size and Dispersed-Soild 
Inclusions on the Activation Energy for Creep 
of Ice, 
W80-05828 1318 2C 

Does the Permanent Creep-Rate of Polycrystal- 

line Ice Increase With Crystal Size, 

W80-06782 1324 2C 

CREEPING SWAMP (NO 

Phosphorus Cycling in the Creeping Swamp 
Floodplain Ecosystem and Exports from the 
Creeping Swamp Watershed, 
W80-03907 1312 5B 

CREOSOTEBUSH 

Evapotranspiration From an Arid Zone Plant 

Community, 

W80-03548 1310 2D 

CRESOLS 

An Evaluation of the Acute Toxicity to Aquatic 
Biota of a Coal Conversion Effluent and its 
Major Components, 
W80-01090 1303 5 A 



SU-89 



CRITICAL CONCENTRATION 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CRITICAL CONCENTRATION 

Eutrophication: Current State-of-the-Art and 

Probable Areas of Investigation, 

W80-01627 1305 5A 

CRITICAL FLOW 

Broad-Crested Weirs for Portable Flow Meter- 



ing, 
W80-04527 



1314 8A 



Finite Element Model for Open Channel Flow 

Near Critical Conditions, 

W80-06906 1324 2E 

CRITIQUE (REPORT) 

Economic Value of Natural Coastal Wetlands: A 

Critique, 

W80-05671 1317 4C 

CROCODILES 

Organochlorine Residues in Eggs of the Endan- 
gered American Crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus), 
W80-00848 1303 5 A 

CROP PRODUCTION 

Water for Agriculture. 
W80-00424 



Water, Food, and Fiber, 

W80-00455 



1302 4A 



1302 3F 



Irrigation Management in Developing Coun- 
tries: A Suggested Action Programme, 
W80-00481 1302 3F 

The Economic Effects of Weather Modification 
Activities, Part I - Crop Production in the Big 
Spring-Snyder Area, 
W80-02994 1308 6B 

The Effect of the Drought on British Agricul- 
ture, 
W80-03447 1310 2E 

Arid Lands Biomass Production in Arizona, 
W80-03546 1310 21 

Consumptive Use and Yields of Crops in New 

Mexico, 

W80-04107 1312 2D 

A Comparison of Different Methods to Increase 

Productivity of Navel Trees, 

W80-05987 1318 3F 

Irrigation of Bananas (Besproeiing Van Pie- 

sangs), 

W80-05988 1318 3F 

Efficiency and Equity in Management of Agri- 
cultural Water Supplies, 
W80-06081 1319 6C 

Crop Production and Water Supply Characteris- 
tics of Kern County, 
W80-06082 1319 6C 

CROP RESPONSE 

Irrigation of Crop and Ornamental Plants with 

Sea Water, 

W80-01953 1305 21 

Vegetation Response to a Moisture Gradient on 
an Ephemeral Stream in Central Arizona, 
W80-01957 1305 21 

Salt-Tolerant Crops and Saline Water: Re- 
sources for Arid Lands, 
W80-02197 1306 3C 

Halophytes from Coastal Salt Marshes: A Poten- 
tial Source of Crop Plants for Arid Lands, 
W80-02I98 1306 21 

Guar Shows Potential as Drought-Tolerant 
Summer Crop for Arizona Grain Farmers, 
W80-02202 1306 21 



Sahara Farming Irrigation Problems and 

Remedy Recommendations, 

W80-02209 1306 3F 

The Effect of the Drought on British Agricul- 
ture, 
W 80-03447 1310 2E 

Wastewater Helps the Barley Grow, 
W80-03547 1310 3C 

Construction and Performance of Large Auto- 
matic (Nonweighing) Lysimeters, 
W80-04528 1314 2D 

Corn Response to Ammoniacal Nitrogen Under 

Varying Levels of Magnesium and Potassium 

Fertility, 

W80-04871 1315 3F 

CROPS 

On the Assessment of Crop Droughts: A Case 

Study for Disa (Gujarat), 

W80-03637 1311 2B 

Effect of Tillage on Soil-Water Movement 

During Corn Growth, 

W80-03724 1311 2G 

Soil and Water Losses from Corn-Soybean Ro- 
tations, 
W80-03725 1311 2J 

Thermography for Estimating Near-Surface Soil 
Moisture Under Developing Crop Canopies, 
W80-05768 1318 7B 

The Effect of Profile Modification of A Fragiu- 

dalf on Water Extraction and Growth by Grain 

Sorghum, 

W80-05940 1318 2G 

Runoff, Erosion, and Crop Yield Simulation for 

Land Use Management, 

W80-06676 1324 4A 

Evapotranspiration From Vegetative Surfaces in 

Maine, 

W80-06707 1324 2D 

CROSS-FLORIDA BARGE CANAL 

Assessment of the Environmental Infrastructure 
Required by Large Public and Private Invest- 
ments, 
W80-01699 1305 5C 

CROSS-SECTIONS 

Composite Roughness of Natural Channels, 
W80-05165 1316 2E 

CRUDE OIL 

Sensitivity of Alaskan Freshwater and Anadro- 

mous Fishes to Prudhoe Bay Crude Oil and 

Benzene, 

W80-00660 1302 5 A 

Effects of Kuwait Oils on Feeding Rates of 

Copepods, 

W80-O0666 1302 5 A 

Toxic Effects of Aqueous Extracts of Ekofisk 
Crude Oil, Crude Oil Fractions, and Commer- 
cial Oil Products on the Development of Sea 
Urchin Eggs, 
W80-00798 1302 5 A 

Embryotoxic Effects of Crude Oil Containing 

Nickel and Vanadium in Mallards, 

W80-00838 1303 5A 

Distribution of Radioactivity in Coalfish (Polla- 
chius Virens) Following Intragastric Adminis- 
tration of (9-14C) Phenanthrene, 
W80-00844 1303 5A 

Effects on Hatching in Littorina Littorea after 

an Oil Spill, 

W80-01043 1303 5B 



Abortion Effect in Corals Induced by Oil Pollu- 
tion, 
W80-01061 1303 5A 

Sediment Penetration of Amoco Cadiz, Oil, Po- 
tential for Future Release, and Toxicity, 
W80-01076 1303 5A 

Effects of Corexit 9527 on the Hatchabilily of 

Mallard Eggs, 

W80-01107 1303 5A 

The Effect of Exposure Temperatures on 
Oxygen Consumption and Opercular Breathing 
Rates of Pink Salmon Fry Exposed to Toluene, 
Naphthalene, and Water-Soluble Fractions of 
Cook Inlet Crude Oil and No. 2 Fuel Oil, 
W80-01348 1304 5C 

Pelagic Tar Concentrations in the Gulf of 
Mexico Over the South Texas Continental Shelf, 
W80-01766 1305 5A 

Larval Spotted Seatrout (Cynoscion Nebulosus) 
A Bioassay Subject for the Marine Subtropics, 
W80-01840 1305 5C 

Effect of Crude Oil and Detergent 'Solo' on the 
Activity of Some Hydrolases in Hemolymph of 
Crab Rhithropanopeus Harrisi, 
W80-02079 1306 5 A 

Optical Measurements of Crude Oil Samples 

Under Simulated Conditions, 

W80-02210 1306 5 A 



Oil in the Sea, 
W80-02418 



1307 5C 



Laboratory Experiments on the Effects of Crude 
Oil on the Red Sea Coral Stylophora Pistillata, 
W80-02970 1308 5C 

Effects of Three Oil Spill Dispersants on Marine 
Bacterial Populations. I. Preliminary Study. 
Quantitative Evolution of Aerobes, 
W80-02978 1308 5 A 

The Carbon Balance in an Experiment Regard- 
ing the Bacterial Biodegradation of a Topped 
Crude Oil (In French), 
W80-02993 1308 5B 

Acute Aquatic Toxicity and Dispersing Effec- 
tiveness of Oil Spill Dispersants: Results of a 
Canadian Oil Dispersant Testing Program (1973 
to 1977), 
W80-03215 1309 5 A 

Effect of a Chemical Dispersant on Microbial 
Utilization of Petroleum Hydrocarbons, 
W80-03216 1309 5A 

Influence of Crude Oil and Detergents on the 
Concentration of some Ions in Hemolymph of 
the Shrimp Crangon Crangon L. and the Crab 
Rhithropanopeus Harrisi Gould, 
W80-03277 1309 5B 

Effects of Crude Oil on the Development of the 
Shell of Mytilus edulis (L) (Mytilidae, Bivalvia), 
(In French), 
W80-03284 1309 5B 

Review of Experiments on the Chronic Toxicity 
Exerted by Some Pollutants on Animal Species 
from the Bay of Gdansk, 
W80-03298 1309 5 A 

Identification of Organic Sulfur Compounds 
Transferred to Fish from Petroleum Suspension 
by Mass Chromatography, 
W80-03671 1311 5B 

Degradation of the Crude Oil by Arthrobacter 

Sp. (In Japanese), 

W80-04002 1312 5 A 



SU 90 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CURRENTS (WATER) 



Long-Term Effects of Water-Soluble Fractions 

of Kuwait Crude Oil on the Larval and Juvenile 

Development of the Mud Crab Eurypanopeus 

Depressus, 

W80-04004 1312 5A 

Responses of Salt Marsh Vegetation to Oil Spills 

and Refinery Effluents, 

W80-04743 1314 5C 

Changes in the Infrastructure of the Gill Epithe- 
lium of Patella Vulgata after Exposure to North 
Sea Crude Oil and Dispersants, 
W80-06280 1320 5C 

Ultrastructural Effects of Crude Oil on Early 

Life Stages of Pacific Herring, 

W80-06554 1324 5C 

CRUSTACEANS 

Can Planktovorous Fish Keep in Check Plank- 
tonic Crustacean Populations. A Test of Size- 
Efficiency Hypothesis in Typical Polish Lakes, 
W8O-0O5O5 1302 5C 

Biological Availability of Sediment-Bound Cad- 
mium to the Edible Cockle, Cerastoderma 
Edule, 
W80-01088 1303 5A 

Physiological and Biochemical Investigations of 
the Toxicity of Pentachlorophenol to Crusta- 
ceans, 
W80-01340 1304 5B 

Historical and Ecological Factors Concurring in 
the Distribution, Biometry and Fertility of 
Planktonic Crustaceans in Pyrenean Lakes, 
W80-01784 1305 5C 

Distribution and Biology of Some Nearctic 

Tundra Pool Phyllopods, 

W80-02533 1307 5C 

Distribution and Ecology of Svalbard's Clado- 

cera, 

W80-02534 1307 5C 

Why Do Large Zooplankton Species Dominate., 
W80-02535 1307 5C 

Influence of Prey Size, Light Intensity, and Al- 
ternative Prey on the Selectivity of Plankton 
Feeding Fish, 
W80-02536 1307 5C 

Ultraviolet Tolerance of Planktonic Crusta- 
ceans, 
W80-02537 1307 5C 

Incorporation Rates of Simocephaslus Vetulus 
Schoedler as Influenced by Food Size, 
W80-02538 1307 5C 

Population Regulation of the Chydoridae in 

Lake Itasca, Minnesota, 

W80-02539 1307 5C 

Morphological and Behavioral Interactions Be- 
tween a Carnivorous Aquatic Plant (Utricularia 
Vulgaris L.) and a Chydoid Cladoceran (Chy- 
dorus Sphaericus O.F.M.), 
W80-02540 1307 5C 

Aspects of the Zoogeography of Australian Mi- 

crocrustaceans, 

W80-02548 1307 5C 

Population Dynamics and Age Structure of Bos- 
mina Longirostris in an Acid Water Impound- 
ment, 
W80-03171 1309 5C 

Seasonal Variation in the Populations of Moina 
Macrocopa Strauss and Moina Micrura Kurz 
(Crustacea: Cladocera) in Zoafaraniyah Pools, 
W80-04121 1312 5B 



Acidity and Species Diversity in Freshwater 

Crustacean Faunas, 

W80-04731 1314 5 A 

Melimex, an Experimental Heavy Metal Pollu- 
tion Study: Effects of Increased Heavy Metal 
Load on Crustacea Plankton, 
W80-04903 1315 5C 

Crustacean Zooplankton of Lake Superior, 
W80-05269 1316 2H 

Candidate Chemicals for Crustacean Culture, 
W80-06274 1320 5C 

Predation by Mysis Relicta on Pontoporeia 
Hoyi: A Food Chain Link of Potential Impor- 
tance in the Great Lakes, 
W80-06446 1321 2H 

CRYSTAL GROWTH 

A Study of the In-Situ Indirect Freezing Proc- 
ess, 
W80-01006 1303 3A 

Fundamental Studies of Desalination by Freez- 
ing, 
W80-02155 1306 3A 

Secondary Ice Nucleation and Crystallizer-Per- 

formance Optimization, 

W80-02608 1307 3 A 

CRYSTAL LAKE (MN) 

The Use of Multiple Inversion and Clean-Flo 
Lake Cleanser in Controlling Aquatic Plants, 
W80-03828 1311 4A 

CRYSTALLINE ROCKS 

Hydrogeochemistry of the Corsaglia Valley, 

Maritime Alps, Piedmont, Italy, 

W80-02679 1307 2F 

CRYSTALLIZATION 

A Study of the In-Situ Indirect Freezing Proc- 
ess, 
W80-O1O06 1303 3A 

CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 

Dynamic Behavior of Dislocations in HF-Doped 

Ice Ih, 

W80-06669 1324 2C 

CRYSTALS 

Ultrasonic Velocity Investigations of Crystal 
Anisotropy in Deep Ice Cores from Antarctica, 
W80-00739 1302 2C 

Crystal Alignments in the Fast Ice of Arctic 

Alaska, 

W80-04636 1314 2C 

Does the Permanent Creep-Rate of Polycrystal- 

line Ice Increase With Crystal Size, 

W80-06782 1324 2C 

CTENODRILUS 

Effects of Aluminum and Nickel on Survival 
and Reproduction in Polychaetous Annelids, 
W80-01094 1303 5A 

CTENOPHORES 

Mixing an Enclosed, 1300 Cubic Meter Water 
Column: Effects on the Planktonic Food Web, 
W80-00672 1302 5 A 

CUCHARAS RIVER (CO) 

Flood Plain Information: Cucharas River and 

Tributaries, La Veta, Colorado, 

W80-01400 1304 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Cucharas River and 

Tributaries, Walsenburg, Colorado, 

W80-01401 1304 2E 

CUCUMBER BRINE REUSE 

Reuse of Fermentation Brines in the Cucumber 
Pickling Industry: Executive Summary, 
W80-06562 1324 3E 



CULTIVATION 

Propagation, Cultivation and Exploitation of 

Common Reed in Czechoslovakia, 

W80-01249 1304 21 

Effect of Tillage on Soil-Water Movement 

During Corn Growth, 

W80-03724 1311 2G 

Residue and Tillage Effects on SCS Runoff 

Curve Numbers, 

W80-06672 1324 2E 

CULTURES 

Automatic Culture Systems for Growing Lamin- 
aria Saccharina (Phaeophyceae) and Testing the 
Effects of Pollutants, 
W80-00817 1303 5 A 

The Culture Collections of Algae at the Univer- 
sity of Texas at Austin, 
W80-01981 1305 5C 

An Improved Method for Measuring Irradiance 

in Algal Cultures, 

W80-02517 1307 5C 

Growth and Nutrient Uptake in Outdoor Mass 

Cultures of Scenedesmus Acutus, 

W80-02518 1307 5C 

Outdoor Algal Mass Cultures— I. Applications, 
W80-03105 1309 5G 

A Comparison Between the Cell Division Rate 
of Natural Populations of the Marine Diatom 
Skeletonema Costatum (Greville) Cleve Grown 
in Dialysis Culture and That Predicted from a 
Mathematical Model, 
W80-03109 1309 5C 

Application of in Situ Cage Cultures of Phyto- 
plankton for Monitoring Heavy Metal Pollution 
in Two Norwegian Fjords, 
W80-038O0 1311 5C 

Production of Vitamin B12, Thiamine, and 
Biotin by Freshwater Phytoplankton, 
W80-04169 1312 2H 

Interaction (Allelopathy) Between Marine Dia- 
toms: Thalassiosira Pseudonana and Phaeodacty- 
lum Tricornutum, 
W80-04281 1313 5C 

Outdoor Algal Mass Cultures-II. Photosynthetic 

Yield Limitations, 

W80-O4358 1313 5C 

Steady-State Growth and Chemical Composi- 
tion of the Marine Chlorophyte Dunaliella Ter- 
tiolecta in Nitrogen-Limited Continuous Cul- 
tures, 
W80-04456 1313 5C 

CULVERTS 

Interactive Computer-Aided Hydraulic Design: 

Culverts, 

W80-00969 1303 8 A 

Erosional Aspects of Managing Urban Streams, 
W80-03773 1311 2J 

CURRENT METERS 

A Simple Digital Rate-Meter for Current Meters 

(Note), 

W80-04537 1314 7B 

Recent Automation Changes in Model Velocity 
Analyses and Data Acquisition by Miniature 
Price Meters, 
W80-06542 1324 7B 

CURRENTS (WATER) 

Low-Frequency Sea Level and Current Fluctu- 
ations Along the Coast of Northwest Italy, 
W80-00742 1302 2L 



SU-91 






CURRENTS (WATER) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



The Use of the Salinity Maximum of the Equato- 
rial Undercurrent for Estimating Nutrient En- 
richment and Primary Production in the Gulf of 
Guinea, 
W80-00781 1302 5C 

Process for Actuating a Hydraulic Prime Mover 
Through Conversion of Energy in Water Cur- 
rent, 
W80-00904 1303 8C 

Seasonal Geostrophic Volume Transports along 

the Scotian Shelf, 

W80-01013 1303 2L 

Tidally Induced Residual Currents in Estuaries 

of Variable Breadth and Depth, 

W80-01293 1304 2L 

Tidal Currents Measured Near a British Coastal 

Power Station, 

W80-01850 1305 2L 



Understream Turbine Plant, 
W80-01933 



1305 8C 



Inlet Stability Solutions for Tributary Inflow, 
W80-02339 1306 2L 

Factors Influencing Water Movements in the 

Firth of Clyde, 

W80-03369 1310 2L 

The Sublittoral Ecology of the Menai Strait, I. 
Temporal and Spatial Variation in the Fauna 
and Flora Along a Transect, 
W80-03634 1311 2L 

Origins of Oceanic Plankton in the Middle At- 
lantic Blight, 
W80-04132 1312 2L 

A New Technique for Measuring Tidal Currents 
by Using a Two-Site HF Doppler Radar 

System, 

W80-04307 1313 7B 

Longshore Pressure Gradients Caused by Off- 
shore Wind, 
W80-04626 1314 2L 

Recurring Aggregation of Zooplankton by a 

Tidal Current, 

W80-04629 1314 2L 

Temporal and Spatial Variability in Longshore 
Motion along the Texas Gulf Coast, 
W80-05151 1316 2L 

Verification of a Numerical Flow Model for 
Carolina Beach Inlet, North Carolina, 
W80-05203 1316 2L 

Data Processing and Analysis from H-F Radar 
Data Obtained in Cook Inlet Alaska During 
Summers 1977 and 1978, 
W80-05337 1316 5A 

A New Technique for Measuring Tidal Currents 
Using a Two-Site HF Doppler Radar System, 
W80-05338 1316 5A 

Current Measurements in Possible Dispersal Re- 
gions of the Beaufort Sea, 
W80-05342 1316 5A 

Northwest Gulf of Alaska Shelf Circulation, 
W80-05343 1316 5 A 

Bristol Bay Oceanographic Processes (B-BOP), 
W80-05344 1316 5 A 

Modeling of Tides and Circulations of the 

Bering Sea, 

W80-05350 1316 5A 

Beaufort and Chukchi Sea Ice Motion. Part 1: 

Pack Ice Trajectories. 

W80-05358 1316 5A 



Ocean Outfall Dilution: Effects of Current, 
W80-05952 1318 5B 

Mixing and Circulation in the Northwestern 
Gulf of St. Lawrence: A Study of a Buoyancy- 
Driven Current System, 
W80-06122 1319 2L 

Sedimentation of Detrital Particulate Matter in 
Lakes: Influence of Currents Produced by In- 
flowing Rivers, 
W80-06390 1321 2H 

Observation of Wavelike Motion of the Gaspe 

Current, 

W80-06619 1324 2L 

Summertime Advection of Low Salinity Surface 

Waters Into Onslow Bay, 

W80-06660 1324 2L 

Improved Stability of Dronkers' Tidal Schemes, 
W80-06823 1324 2L 

CURVATURE 

Secondary Flow and Shear Stress at River 

Bends, 

W80-02566 1307 2E 

CURVES 

Effects of Rainfall Intensity on Runoff Curve 

Numbers, 

W80-00276 1301 2E 

An Analytical Integration Method of Comput- 
ing Diurnal Primary Production from Steele's 
Light Response Curve, 
W80-04464 1313 5C 

CUTRINE 

Evaluation of Cutrine for Use in Fish Culture, 
W80-03335 1310 5A 

CUTTING MANAGEMENT 

Control of Reed and Reed Mace Stands by 

Cutting, 

W80-01247 1304 21 

The Effects of Mowing on the Dynamics of 
Quantity, Biomass and Mineral Contents of Reed 
(Phragmites Communis Trin.), 
W80-02318 1306 6G 

A Computational Model for Growth and Har- 
vesting of the Marine Alga Ascophyllum Nodo- 
sum, 
W80-04461 1313 5C 

CYANIDE ION CONCENTRATION 

The Determination of Cyanide Ion in Natural 
Waters with a Selective Ion Electrode, 
W80-01256 1304 5A 

CYANIDES 

A Fast Indicator for Detecting Gross Pollution 

by Hazardous Chemicals, 

W 80-03257 1309 5 A 

CYANOPHYTA 

The Source of Muddy Odor in Bream (Abramis 

Brama) from the Porvoo Sea Area (Gulf of 

Finland), 

W80-00661 1302 5 A 

Effects of Simazine on the Blue-Green Alga 

Anacystis Nidulans, 

W80-01104 1303 5B 

Effects of High and Low Ultraviolet Fluences 

on the Filamentous Blue-Green Alga Anabaena 

L-31, 

W80-01112 1303 5C 

Seasonal Changes in Phytoplankton Densities in 

Four North Island Lakes, 1973-74, 

W80-01125 1303 5C 



Growth Response of Anabaena Flos-Aquae 
(LYNGB.) Debrebisson in Waters Collected 
from Long Lae Reservoir, Washington, 
W80-01369 1304 5C 

Nitrogen as Limiting Factor for the Growth of 
the Blue-Green Alga Oscillatoria Agardhii, 
W80-01446 1304 5C 

Nitrogen Fixation-A Review of this Phenom- 
enon as a Polluting Process, 
W80-01447 1304 5C 

Diel Variation of Nitrogen Fixation by a Marine 
Blue-Green Alga, Trichodesmium Thiebautii, 
W80-01448 1304 5C 

Blue-Green Algal Growth and Sporulation in 

Response to Simulated Surface Bloom Condi- 
tions, 

W80-01977 1305 5C 

Reinvestigation of the Toxins from the Blue- 
Green Alga, Aphanizomenon Flos-Aquae, by A 
High Performance Chromatographic Method, 
W80-02159 1306 5 A 

Stratification in Natural Populations of Bloom- 
forming Blue-Green Algae, 
W80-02511 1307 5C 

Nitrogen Limitation of Growth and Gas Vacula- 

tion in Oscillatoria Rubescens, 

W80-02512 1307 5C 

Daily Rhythm of Regulation of Polyphosphate 

Metabolism in an Algal Bloom of Oscillatoria 

Redekei, 

W80-02513 1307 5C 

A Model of the Succession from Green to Blue- 
Green Algae Based on Light Limitation, 
W80-02516 1307 5C 

Effects of Sewage Diversion in Lake Sodra Ber- 
gundasjon. II. Phytoplankton Changes and the 
Role of Nitrogen Fixation, 
W80-02575 1307 5C 

Seasonal Changes in Structure of a Submerged 
Bluegreen Algal/Bacterial Community from a 
Geothermal Hostspring, 
W80-O4117 1312 5C 

Volatile Organic Sulfides from Freshwater 

Algae, 

W80-04128 1312 5C 

Notes on the Growth and Sporulation of a Natu- 
ral Population of Aphanizomenon Flos-Aquae, 
W80-04353 1313 5C 

An Empirical Study of Factors Affecting Blue- 
Green Versus Nonblue-Green Algal Dominance 
in Lakes, 
W80-04441 1313 5C 

Chloride Uptake by Anacystis Nidulans (Cyano- 

phyceae), 

W80-05023 1315 5C 

The Physiology of Some Blue-Green Algal Iso- 
lates from Peat, 
W80-05634 1317 21 

Rde of Nutrient Limitation and Competition in 
Controlling the Populations of a Diatom and a 
Blue-Green Alga, 
W80-06265 1320 5C 

CYCLES 

The Diatomflora of a Small Stream Near Abisko 
(Swedish Lapland) and Its Annual Periodicity. 
Judged by Drift and Colonization, 
W80-OO516 1302 5C 

On the Force-Restore Method for Prediction of 

Ground Surface Temperature, 

W80-06551 1324 2G 



SU 92 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CZECHOSLOVAKIA 






CYCLING NUTRIENTS 

Precipitation and Streamwater Chemistry in an 
Undisturbed Forested Watershed in New Hamp- 
shire, 
W8O-0O2O1 1301 2K 

Phosphorus Cycling in Alaskan Coastal Tundra: 

A Hypothesis for the Regulation of Nutrient 

Cycling, 

W 80-00503 1302 5C 

Fluxes of Particulate Carbon, Nitrogen, and 
Phosphorus in the Upper Water Column of the 
Northeast Pacific, 
W80-00967 1303 5C 

Nutrient Cycling and Primary Production in 

Port Hacking, New South Wales, 

W80-01122 1303 5C 

Microbial Transformations of Inorganic Nitro- 
gen, 
W80-01129 1303 5C 

Nitrogen - A Growth Limiting Nutrient in Eu- 

trophic Lakes, 

W80-01308 1304 5C 

The Relationship Between Inorganic and Organ- 
ic Nutrients in Sea Water, 
W80-01354 1304 5C 

Sediments of Lake Rotorua as Sources and Sinks 

for Plant Nutrients, 

W80-01441 1304 5C 

Nitrogen Pools in Georgia Coastal Waters, 
W80-01459 1304 5C 

Biological Availability of Low Versus High Mo- 
lecular Weight Reactive Phosphorus, 
W80-01990 1305 5C 

Effect of Using Sewage Effluent on Calcareous 

Soils, 

W8O-O220O 1306 3C 

Kinetics of Nitrogen-Limited Algal Growth, 
W80-02252 1306 5C 

Occurrence and Dynamics of Dreissena Poly- 

morpha (Pall.) (Bivalvia), 

W80-02532 1307 5C 

Absence of Primary Production in Shallow Oli- 

gotrophic Pond, 

W80-02579 1307 5C 

Physical and Chemical Treatment of Lake Sedi- 
ments, 
W80-02793 1308 2J 

Nutrient Budgets of a Temporary Pond Ecosys- 
tem, 
W80-03123 1309 5C 

Phosphorus Recycle and Chlorophyll in the 

Great Lakes, 

W80-03388 1310 5C 

Nutrient and Particulate Fluxes in a Salt Marsh 
Ecosystem: Tidal Exchanges and Inputs by Pre- 
cipitation and Groundwater, 
W80-03532 1310 21 

Consumer Regulation of Nutrient Cycling, 
W80-04122 1312 5B 

Applying Phosphorus Loading Models to Em- 

bayments, 

W80-04123 1312 5B 

Uptake and Release of Nutrients by Aquatic 

Macrophytes, 

W80-04136 1312 5C 

Phosphatase Activity and Its Role in the Miner- 
alization of Organic Phosphorus in Coastal Sea 
Water, 
W80-04141 1312 5F 



Distribution, Fluxes and Biological Utilization of 
Inorganic Nitrogen During a Spring Bloom in 
the New York Bight, 
W80-04274 1313 5C 

Dissolved and Particulate Organic Carbon in the 
North Equatorial Current of the Atlantic Ocean, 
W80-04283 1313 5C 

Role of Sedimentation in the Phosphorus Budget 
of Natural and Artificial Iowa Lakes, 
W80-04294 1313 2H 

The Flax Pond Ecosystem Study: Exchanges of 
Inorganic Nitrogen Between an Estuarine Marsh 
and Long Island Sound, 
W80-04389 1313 2L 

The Role of Zooplankton in the Nitrogen Dy- 
namics of a Shallow Estuary, 
W80-04448 1313 5C 

CYLINDERS 

Wave Forces on Partially Submerged Cylinders, 
W80-02336 1306 8B 

CYNOSCION 

Salinity Stress and Swimming Performance of 

Spotted Seatrout, 

W80-O0805 1303 5 A 

Larval Spotted Seatrout (Cynoscion Nebulosus) 
A Bioassay Subject for the Marine Subtropics, 
W80-01840 1305 5C 

CYPERMETHRIN 

Toxicity of Four Synthetic Pyrethroid Insecti- 
cides to Rainbow Trout, 
W8O-0O837 1303 5 A 

CYPRESS BAYOU (LA) 

Flood Plain Information: Baton Rouge, Louisi- 
ana, No. 5, Cypress Bayou and Tributaries, 
W80-00540 1302 2E 

CYPRESS CREEK WELL FIELD 

Model Evaluation of the Hydrogeology of the 
Cypress Creek Well Field in West-Central Flor- 
ida, 
W80-02236 1306 6A 

CYPRINID FISH 

Utilization of Filamentous Algae by Fishes in 

Skadar Lake, Yugoslavia, 

W80-02491 1307 5C 

CYSTOSEIRA 

Effect of Some Chemical Agents on the Uptake 

of 32p and 65Zn by Macrophytes in the Black 

Sea, 

W80-03662 1311 5B 

CYTOLOGICAL STUDIES 

Algal Biochemical Tricks and Classification, 
W80-00512 1302 5C 

Aberrations in the Neurosecretory Cells of a 
Freshwater Pulmonate, Indoplanorbis Exustus, 
Chronically Exposed to Sublethal Concentration 
of Two Molluscicides, BaC12 and CuS04, 
W 80-00849 1303 5 A 

In Vitro Toxicity of Eight Mutagens/Carcino- 

gens for Three Fish Cell Lines, 

W80-00855 1303 5 A 

Growth and Competition of the Marine Diatoms 
Phaeodactylum Tricornutum and Thalassiosira 
Pseudonana. II. Light Limitation, 
W80-01119 1303 5C 

Role of Nannoplankton in Primary Productivity 

Studies in Tropical Ponds, 

W80-02496 1307 5C 

Nitrogen Limitation of Growth and Gas Vacula- 

tion in Oscillatoria Rubescens, 

W80-02512 1307 5C 



Growth of Scenedesmus Protuberans Fritsch in 

Phosphorus-Limited Cultures, 

W80-02515 1307 5C 

Effect of Chlorophos and Hexachlorane on Cell 

Cultures of Warm-Blooded and Cold-Blooded 

Animals, 

W80-03242 1309 5C 

Isolation and Elemental Analysis of Metal-Rich 
Granules from the Kidney of the Scallop, Pecten 
Maximus (L.), 
W80-03282 1309 5 A 

The Cytochemical Distributions of Zinc (Zn II) 

and Iron (Fe III) in the Common Mussel, Myti- 

lus Edulis, and Their Relationship with Lyso- 

somes, 

W80-03299 1309 5B 

The Uptake of Urea by the Diatom, Phaeodacty- 
lum, 
W80-04653 1314 5C 

Three Types of Skin Papillomas of Flatfishes 
and Their Causes, 

W80-04713 1314 5A 

Chloride Uptake by Anacystis Nidulans (Cyano- 

phyceae), 

W80-05023 1315 5C 

A Reemphasis - Germ Tubes Diagnostic for 
Candida Albicans Have No Constrictions, 
W80-06552 1324 5A 

CYTOPHAGA 

Responses of Phosphorus Remobilizing Cyto- 
phaga Species to Nutritional and Thermal Stress, 
W80-02501 1307 5C 

Polysaccharide Degradation by Aquatic Cyto- 
phaga Populations in a Eutrophic Lake and in 
Mixed Cultures, 
W80-02502 1307 5C 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

Hydrological and Geochemical Mass Balance in 
Small Forested and Agricultural Basins, 
W80-0O703 1302 2A 



Pond Littoral Ecosystems 
W80-01209 

Higher Plant Communities, 
W80-01212 



1304 2H 



1304 21 



Algal Populations Related to Different Macro- 

phyte Communities, 

W80-01213 1304 21 

Animal Populations in Fishpond Littorals, 
W80-01215 1304 21 

Growth Analysis of Fishpond Littoral Commu- 
nities, 
W80-01227 1304 21 

Communities of Emerged Fishpond Shores and 

Bottoms, 

W80-01228 1304 21 

Mammals in the Reedswamp Ecosystem, 
W80-01241 1304 21 

Birds in the Reedswamp Ecosystem, 
W80-01242 1304 21 

Invertebrates: Destroyers of Common Reed, 
W80-01244 1304 21 

Macrofauna of Invertebrates in Helophyte Com- 
munities, 
W80-01245 1304 21 

Propagation, Cultivation and Exploitation of 

Common Reed in Czechoslovakia, 

W 80-0 1249 1304 21 



SU-93 



CZECHOSLOVAKIA 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Conservation of Plant Communities in Fishpond 

Littorals, 

W80-01250 1304 2H 

Conservation of Wildfowl in Fishpond Regions, 
W80-01251 1304 21 

D/RADEX 

Operational Use of Digital Radar in Rainfall 

Measurement and Prediction, 

W80-00337 1301 7B 

DAB 

Correlation Between Cadmium Concentration in 
the Water and Tissue Residue Levels in Dab, 
Limanda Limanda L., and Plaice, Pleuronectes 
Platessa L., 
W80-04407 1313 5 A 

DADE COUNTY (FL) 
Estimated Drawdowns in the Floridan Aquifer 
Due to Increased Withdrawals, Duval County, 
Florida, 
W80-03165 1309 6A 

DADE COUNTY (FLA) 

Stormwater-Runoff Data for a Multifamily Resi- 
dential Area, Dade County, Florida, 
W80-04375 1313 7C 

DAIRY INDUSTRY 

The Treatment and Disposal of Wastewater 

from Dairy Processing Plants, 

W80-00144 1301 5D 

Studies on the Chemical and Microbiological 
Characteristics of Soil-Filtered Dairy-Shed Ef- 
fluent, 
W80-04229 1313 5B 

Spray Irrigation of Dairy Factory Wastewater 

Onto Pasture-A Case Study, 

W80-04271 1313 5B 

Quality of Drainage Water from Pasture Treated 

with Dairy Shed Effluent, 

W80-04272 1313 5B 

Water Use in a Multiproduct Dairy, 
W80-06229 1320 3E 

DAIRY WHEY 

Studies of an Anaerobic/ Aerobic Treatment 
Process for a Strong Organic Waste, 
W80-01657 1305 5D 

DAKOTA COUNTY (MN) 

Water Quality of Rogers Lake, Dakota County, 

Minnesota, 

W80-06524 1324 2H 

DALE VALLEY (NY) 

Ground Water in Dale Valley, New York, 
W80-00768 1302 4B 

DALLAS COUNTY (TX) 

Expanded Flood Plain Information Study: Row- 
lett Creek, Dallas and Collin Counties, Texas. 
W80-02856 1308 2E 

DAM CONSTRUCTION 

Dam Safety: The Critical Imperative, 

W 80-03499 1310 6E 

Libby Dam Project: Ex-Post Facto Analysis of 
Selected Environmental Impacts, Mitigation 
Commitments, Recreation Usage and Hydro- 
electric Power Production, 
W80-05794 1318 6G 

Swaziland Dam, 

W80-05997 1318 8C 

R18 Million Project in Swaziland, 

W80-05999 1318 8 A 

On Some Aspects of Climatology Associated 

with A Dam, 

W 80-06071 1319 2B 



Dams and Public Safety, 
W80-06227 

DAM DESIGN 

Roman Dams, 
W80-02025 



1320 8A 



1306 8A 



Dam with Suspended Hydroelectric Station, 
W 80-02634 1307 8 A 



Dams and Public Safety, 
W80-06227 



1320 8A 



DAM FAILURE 

An Experimental Study of Hydraulic and Geo- 
morphic Changes in an Alluvial Channel In- 
duced by Failure of a Dam, 
W80-01816 1305 2E 

Dam Safety: The Critical Imperative, 
W80-03499 1310 6E 

Probable Hydrologic Effects of a Hypothetical 
Failure of Mackay Dam on the Big Lost River 
Valley from Mackay, Idaho, to the Idaho Na- 
tional Engineering Laboratory, 
W80-04551 1314 6A 

Analysis of Sub- and Supercritical Dam-Break 

Flows, 

W80-05223 1316 8B 

Dimensionless Graphs of Floods from Ruptured 

Dams, 

W80-05829 1318 2E 

Guidelines for Calculating and Routing A Dam- 
Break Flood, 
W80-05830 1318 2E 

Dams and Public Safety, 

W80-06227 1320 8A 

DAM POLICY 

Dam Policy in Massachusetts, 

W80-05014 1315 6E 

DAM SITES 

Swaziland Dam, 

W80-05997 1318 8C 

DAMAGES 

The Assessment of Pollution Damage to Aquatic 
Resources: Alternatives to the Trial Model, 
W80-01549 1304 6E 

Private Actions for Damages Resulting from 

Offshore Oil Pollution, 

W80-04968 1315 6E 

A Comprehensive Oil Pollution Liability and 

Compensation Act: How Super is the 'Super 

Fund', 

W80-04994 1315 6E 

Fishermen's Contingency Fund (Final Regula- 
tions). 
W80-05385 1316 6E 

DAMS 

Soil Investigations: Richelieu Dam Project, St. 

John's Shoal, St. John, St. John's County, 

Quebec. 

W80-0O042 1301 8D 

Optimization of a Dam System for Recharging 

Runoff Water into the Ground, 

W80-00362 1301 4B 

Environmental Issues in River Basin Develop- 
ment, 
W8O-0O433 1302 2A 

Inter Basin Water Transfers in South Africa, 
W80-00483 1302 6D 

Cost of Controls for 'Small Hydroelectric 

Plants' or River Systems, 

W80-01388 1304 6A 



Level-B Muldual-Purpose Detention Basins, 
W80-01679 1305 4A 

Man-Made Stress Patterns in Two Impound- 
ments, 
W80-01725 1305 5C 

Sedimentation Process Above the Aswan High 
Dam in Lake Nasser-Nubia (Egypt-Sudan), 
W80-01786 1305 5C 



Roman Dams, 
W80-02025 



1306 8A 



Unsaturated Flow Beneath Tailings Impound- 
ments, 
W80-O2195 1306 2F 

Short and Long-Term Impacts of the River Nile 

Projects, 

W80-02206 1 306 6G 

Detection Methods for Location of Subsurface 

Water and Seepage, 

W80-02334 1306 2F 

Automatic Water-Level Control in South 

Africa, 

W80-02341 1306 8A 

Dam with Suspended Hydroelectric Station, 
W80-02634 1307 8A 

National Hydroelectric Power Resources Study, 
Preliminary Inventory of Hydropower Re- 
sources, Volume 1: Pacific Northwest Region, 
W80-02718 1308 8 A 

National Hydroelectric Power Resources Study, 
Preliminary Inventory of Hydropower Re- 
sources, Volume 2: Pacific Southwest Region, 
W80-02719 1308 8A 

National Hydroelectric Power Resources Study, 
Preliminary Inventory of Hydropower Re- 
sources, Volume 3: Mid-Continent Region, 
W80-02720 1308 8 A 

National Hydroelectric Power Resources Study, 
Preliminary Inventory of Hydropower Re- 
sources, Volume 4: Lake Central Region, 
W80-02721 1308 8 A 

National Hydroelectric Power Resources Study, 
Preliminary Inventory of Hydropower Re- 
sources, Volume 5: Southeast Region, 
W80-02722 1308 8A 

National Hydroelectric Power Resources Study, 
Preliminary Inventory of Hydropower Re- 
sources, Volume 6: Northeast Region, 
W80-02723 1308 8A 

Flood Plain Information: Missouri River, Bis- 
marck-Burleigh County, North Dakota. 
W80-02873 1308 2E 

Effects of Dam Removal: An Approach to Sedi- 
mentation, 
W8O-032O4 1309 2J 

Dams Around the Holy City of Medina, and the 

Pressure on Its Water Supply, 

W80-03549 1310 6B 

Stability and Stress Analyses of Brandon Road 

Dam, Illinois Waterway, 

W80-03558 1310 8A 

Hydrogeology and Computer Model of the Bass 
Lake Area, St. Croix County, Wisconsin, 
W80-04111 1312 2H 

Karstic Spring Recession Hydrograph and 
Water Temperature Analysis: Oymapinar Dam 
Project, Turkey, 
W80-04234 1313 2F 



Dams and Wildlife, 
W 80-0467 8 



1314 21 



SU 94 



SUBJECT INDEX 



DATA COLLECTIONS 



The Effect of Dam Closure on Downstream 

Rapids, 

W80-04820 1315 2E 

Knik Glacier, Alaska, May 1979 Monument and 

Glacier Survey, 

W80-04863 1315 7C 



Dam Policy in Massachusetts, 
W80-05014 



1315 6E 



An Experimental Investigation of Uplift Pres- 
sures, 
W80-05196 1316 8 A 

The Phosphorus-Chlorophyll Relationship in 

Roodeplaat Dam 

W80-06037 1319 5C 

Optimum Spillway Breadth for Gravity Dams, 
W80-06O97 1319 2H 



Dams and Public Safety, 
W80-06227 



1320 8 A 



Outlet Works for Cerrillos Dam, Cerrillos River, 
and Portugues Dam, Portugues River, Puerto 
Rico; Hydraulic Model Investigation, 
W80-06538 1324 8B 

Prototype Gate Vibration Tests, Barkley Dam, 

Cumberland River, Kentucky, 

W80-06540 1324 8C 

Navigation Conditions at John H. Overton Lock 
and Dam, Red River; Hydraulic Model Investi- 
gation, 
W80-06546 1324 8B 

A Survey of Free Boundary Value Problems in 
the Theory of Fluid Flow Through Porous 
Media: Variational Inequality Approach-Part I, 
W80-06681 1324 2F 

Hydrologic Data Collected at Closure of 
Gainesville Lock and Dam, Tombigbee River 
Near Gainesville, Alabama, 
W80-06793 1324 4A 

Free Surface Seepage in Earth Banks, 
W80-06866 1324 2G 

DAMSITES 

Rainfall-Runoff Relationships for a Mountain 

Watershed in Southern Arizona, 

W80-00290 1301 3B 

Preliminary Analysis of Legal Obstacles and In- 
centives to the Development of Low-Head Hy- 
droelectric Power in the Northeastern United 
States, 
W80-00363 1301 6E 

DANUBE RIVER 

Metabolic Activity of Bacteria in the River 

Danube in a Year Cycle, 

W80-02504 1307 5C 

DANUBE RIVER BASIN 

Environmental Aspects of Pollution Control in 

Hungary, 

W80-00441 1302 6A 

DANUBE RIVER (WEST GERMANY) 

Carbon Budget of Rivers as Exemplified by the 

Danube, 

W80-01751 1305 5C 

DAPHINA 

Physiological Mechanisms of the Action of 
Toxic Substances, and Adaptation of Aquatic 
Animals to Them, 
W80-01057 1303 5A 

DAPHNIA 

Value of Chemical Fractionation for Identifying 

the Toxic Components of Complex Aqueous 

Effluents, 

W80-00829 1303 5A 



Long-Term Residual Effects of Polyethylenei- 

mine on Daphnia, 

W80-01051 1303 5 A 

An Optical Method for Recording Cardiac 

Rhythm in Daphnia, 

W80-01053 1303 5 A 

Toxicity of Some Heavy Metals for Daphnia 
Magna Strauss, as a Function of Temperature, 
W80-01059 1303 5A 

An Evaluation of the Acute Toxicity to Aquatic 
Biota of a Coal Conversion Effluent and its 
Major Components, 
W80-01090 1303 5A 

Experimental Studies on Factors Limiting Colo- 
nization by Daphnia Pulex Leydig of Coastal 
Montane Lakes in British Columbia, 
W80-01124 1303 5C 

Vertical Migration of Daphnia Gessneri Herbst, 
1967, in Americana Reservoir, State of Sao 
Paulo, Brazil, 
W80-01729 1305 5C 

Initial Impacts of Experimental Fish Introduc- 
tions on the Macrozooplankton of Small Oligo- 
trophic Lakes, 
W80-01767 1305 5G 

Effect of Fish (Salvelinus Alpinus, Arctic Char) 
Predation on the Zooplankton in Ten Norwe- 
gian Lakes, 
W80-01773 1305 5C 

Browsing and Grazing by Cladoceran Filter 

Feeders, 

W80-01978 1305 5C 

Bioconcentration and Metabolism of Linear Al- 

kylbenzene Sulfonate by Daphnids and Fathead 

Minnows, 

W80-02114 1306 5C 

Molt-Related Sensitivity of Daphnia Pulex in 

Toxicity Testing, 

W80-02396 1306 5 A 

Utilization of Bacterial Colony Counters to 

Count Early Instar Water Fleas (Daphnia 

Magna), 

W80-02426 1307 5A 

Distribution and Ecology of Svalbard's Clado- 

cera, 

W80-02534 1307 5C 



Ultraviolet Tolerance of Planktonic Crusta- 

1307 5C 



ceans, 
W80-02537 



Aquacultural Approaches to Wastewater Nutri- 
ent Recycling, 
W80-02764 1308 5D 

Selenium Toxicity to Daphnia Magna, Hyallela 

Azteca, and the Fathead Minnow in Hard 

Water, 

W80-03294 1309 5 A 

Longevity and Reproduction of Daphnia Pulex 
(De Geer) Exposed to Cadmium-Contaminated 
Food or Water, 
W80-03439 1310 5 A 

Variation in the Reactions of Daphnia Magna 
Straus to the Effect of a Toxicant as Related to 
Its Delivery Regime, 
W80-03676 1311 5 A 

Acute Toxicity of Some Experimental Road 
Surfacing Compounds to Daphnia Pulex, 
W80-04003 1312 5C 

Correlation and Prediction of Metal Toxicity to 

Aquatic Biota, 

W80-04711 1314 5A 



Zooplankton Ecology and Pollution Studies, 
W80-04725 1314 5C 

DARCY'S LAW 

Singularities in Darcy Flow Through Porous 

Media, 

W80-06021 1319 2F 

DARCYS LAW 

Application of Recent Results in Functional 
Analysis to the Problem of Water Tables, 
W80-04214 1313 2F 



DARLING RIVER (AUSTRALIA) 

Inter-State Rivers in Australia, 
W80-00461 



1302 6E 



DATA 

Pollution Modelling for Enclosed Water Bodies, 
W80-01628 1305 5A 

DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 

Definitions of Components of the Water Data 
Sources Directory Maintained by the National 
Water Data Exchange, 
W80-06235 1320 10D 

DATA COLLECTING 

A Data Compilation Program for Wetland Eval- 
uation, 
W80-01907 1305 6B 

DATA COLLECTIONS 

Surface Water Data Manitoba 1978. 
W80-00195 1301 4A 

Surface Water Data Yukon and Northwest Ter- 
ritories 1978. 
W80-0O196 1301 4A 

United States Geological Survey Yearbook, 

Fiscal Year 1978. 

W80-0O236 1301 7C 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, Tallahala Creek at Waldrup, Mis- 



sissippi, 
W80-00241 



1301 6A 



Design of the Dee Telemetry System with Com- 
puter Acquisition of Data, 
W80-00331 1301 7B 

Evaluation of Economic Benefits of Hydrologi- 

cal Services, 

W80-00414 1302 6B 

Current Methodologies for the Collection and 
Dissemination of Water Resources Data in the 
United States, 
W80-00474 1302 7 A 

Data Sources and Sea Ice Products of Fleet 
Weather Facility/Joint Ice Center, Suitland, 
W80-00568 1302 2C 

Mapping and Archiving of Canadian Sea Ice 

Data, 

W80-00569 1302 7C 

The United States Environmental Satellite Data 

Archives, 

W80-00571 1302 7B 

An Arctic Sea Ice Data Set, 1901-1956, 
W80-00576 1302 2C 

Inadequacies in Archived Sea Ice Data, 
W80-00577 1302 2C 

NASA Mapping Projects (Summary), 
W80-00578 1302 7C 

Water Withdrawals in Illinois, 1978, 
W80-00722 1302 7C 

Development of Improved Decision-Oriented 
Recreation User Information System, 
W80-00920 1303 6B 



SU-95 



DATA COLLECTIONS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Hydrometeorological Characteristics of Severe 

Rainstorms in Illinois, 

W80-01009 1303 2B 

Integrated Computer-Based Data Acquisition 
System Utilising Radio Communications, 
W80-0104O 1303 7B 

Niagara River Chemical Loading 1975-1977, 
W80-01172 1303 2K 

A Close-Interval Water Sampler with Minimal 

Disturbance Properties, 

W80-01269 1304 7B 

Occurrence, Availability, and Chemical Quality 
of Ground Water in the Edwards Plateau 
Region of Texas, 
W80-01298 1304 2F 

Case Study of Existing Wastewater Facilities of 

Surat-An Indian Town, 

W80-01647 1305 5D 

Voter Reaction to Multiple-Use Drainage Pro- 
jects, 
W80-01683 1305 6B 

Floodplain Services Available from the Illinois 

State Water Survey, 

W80-01800 1305 10D 

Survey and Comparison of California Water 

Agencies-Rate Structure, 

W80-02003 1306 6C 

Changing Patterns of Outdoor Recreation Par- 
ticipation in Northeastern United States, 
W80-02008 1306 6D 

Usefulness of Well Registration Data, 
W80-02174 1306 2F 

Chemical and Suspended-Sediment Characteris- 
tics of Rivers of India, 
W80-02400 1306 2 A 

Western Coal Planning Assistance Project: 
Source Book for Western Coal/Energy Devel- 
opment. 
W80-02713 1308 10A 

Adequacy of Data Resources for the Needs of 
the Consulting Engineer to Local Government, 
W80-02806 1308 8B 

Flood Losses: Why Can't We Answer Every- 
one's Questions, 
W80-02807 1308 2E 

Data Needs for Disaster Policy Making, 
W80-02808 1308 7A 

Recommended Methods for Water Data Acqui- 
sition-A Federal/Non-Federal Activity to De- 
velop Standard Methodology, 
W 80-0293 3 1308 7B 

Utility of a Computerized Data Base for Hydro- 
geologic Investigations, Las Vegas Valley, 
Nevada, 
W80-03051 1309 2F 

Quality of Rivers of the United States, 1975 
Water Year-Based on the National Stream 
Quality Accounting Network (NASQAN), 
W80-03154 1309 7C 

Water-Resources Data, 1970-75, for Perris 
Valley and Vicinity, Riverside County, Califor- 
nia, 
W80-03156 1309 7C 

Occurrence, Quality, and Quantity of Ground 

Water in Wilbarger County, Texas, 

WSO-03209 1309 7C 

Analytical Study of the Ogallala Aquifer in 
t arson County, Texas, Projections of Saturated 



Thickness, Volume of water in Storage, Pum- 
page Rates, Pumping Lifts, and Well Yields, 
W80-03451 1310 7C 

Use of Environmental Data in Assessing the 

Quality of Irrigation Water, 

W80-03471 1310 5G 

Movement of Suspended Particles and Solute 
Concentrations with Inflow and Tidal Action, 
W80-03564 1310 2L 

Managing Small Water Systems: A Cost Study, 

Volume II, 

W80-03568 1310 6C 

Index to Sources of Hydrologic Data, 
W80-03744 1311 7C 

Hydrologic Data for Wells, Springs, and 
Streams in Boulder County, Colorado, 
W80-03757 1311 2A 

Instrumentation of Urban Hydrology Monitor- 
ing Sites in Southeast Florida, 
W80-03766 1311 7B 

Assessment of Aquatic Weed Problems, 
W80-03826 1311 4A 

An Optimal Sampling Procedure for the Collec- 
tion of Residential Water Use Data, 
W80-03931 1312 6D 

The Worth of Streamflow Data in Water Re- 
sources Planning: Computational Results, 
W80-04019 1312 2E 

Hydrologic Data from Selected Wells in the 
Helena Valley, Lewis and Clark County, Mon- 
tana, 
W80-04090 1312 2F 

Geohydrologic Data for the Beaver-Pasquiset 
Ground-Water Reservoir, Rhode Island, 
W80-04098 1312 7C 

Hydrologic Data for the Morris Bridge Well- 
Field Area, Hillsborough County, Florida, 1971- 

78, 

W80-04372 1313 2F 

Summary of Hydrologic Data for Tampa Bypass 
Canal System, July 1974 to September 1976, 
W80-04373 1313 8B 

Glacier Surveys in Alberta - 1977, 

W80-04570 1314 2C 

Hydrogeology of the Peerless Lake Area, Alber- 
ta, 
W80-04646 1314 7C 

Aids for Documenting Field Data, 

W80-04676 1314 7C 

Sediment Transport by the White River Into 
Mud Mountain Reservoir, Washington, June 
1974- June 1976, 
W80-04857 1315 2J 

Notes on Sedimentation Activities Calendar 

Year 1978. 

W80-04882 1315 10C 

Seasonal Distribution and Abundance of Marine 

Birds in Alaska, 

W80-05041 1315 5C 

Population Dynamics and Trophic Relationships 
of Marine Birds in the Gulf of Alaska and South- 
ern Bering Sea. Part 11: Notes on the Winter 
Seabirds of Chiniak Bay, Kodiak Island, Alaska, 
W80-05050 1315 5B 

Hydrologic Characteristics of Australian 

Streams, 

W80-05120 1316 2E 



Biological Impacts of Minor Shoreline Struc- 
tures on the Coastal Environment: State of the 
Art Review, Volume II: Data Printout, 
W80-05474 1317 8B 

Analysis of Arizona Flood Data Network for 

Regional Information, 

W80-05706 1318 7A 

The National Water Data Network: A Case 

History, 

W80-O5708 1318 7A 

Some Basic Considerations in the Design of Hy- 
drologic Data Networks, 
W80-O57O9 1318 7A 

Space, Time, and the Third Dimension (Model 

Error), 

W80-05713 1318 7A 

Plans for Water Data Acquisition by Federal 
Agencies Through Fiscal Year 1981. 
W80-05716 1318 6B 

Ground-Water-Quality Data From the Northern 
Powder River Basin, Southeastern Montana, 
W80-05717 1318 2K 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, Yockanookany River Near Tho- 
mastown, Mississippi, 
W80-05721 1318 2E 

Project Sky water Data Inventory, 1979 Hiplex 
Season, High Plains Cooperative Program, 
W80-05762 1318 2B 

Irrigation Project Monitoring: A Feedback for 

Planners and Management, 

W80-05985 1318 6A 

Water-Quality Data from Five Oregon Stream 

Ba 

W80-06067 1319 7C 

Evaluation of Remote Hydrologic Data-Acquisi- 
tion Systems, West Central Florida, 
W80-06345 1321 7B 

Water-Resources Investigations in Texas, Fiscal 

Year 1980. 

W80-06352 1321 7C 

Streamflow and Reservoir-Content Records in 
Texas, Compilation Report, January 1889 
Through December 1975, 
W80-06375 1321 7C 

Index to Active Hydrologic Data Collection 

Sites in Florida, 1978-79, 

W80-06512 1324 7C 

Water-Resources Investigations of the U.S. Geo- 
logical Survey in Montana, October 1979 
through September 1980. 
W80-06579 1324 7C 

Portable Environmental Data Logger and Sen- 
sors, 
W80-06691 1324 7B 

Water-Resources Investigations of the U.S. Geo- 
logical Survey in New Mexico-Fiscal Year 
1979, 
W80-06804 1324 7A 

DATA COLLECTIONS HANDBOOK 

Recommended Methods for Water Data Acqui- 
sition-A Federal/Non-Federal Activity to De- 
velop Standard Methodology, 
W80-02933 1308 7B 

DATA DEFINITIONS 

Definitions of Components of the Water Data 
Sources Directory Maintained by the National 
Water Data Exchange, 
W80-06235 1320 10D 



SU 96 



SUBJECT INDEX 



DDT 



DATA INTERPRETATION 

Considerations of Scale in Modeling Large 

Aquatic Ecosystems, 

W80-00205 1301 2H 

DATA PRESENTING 

Techniques for Exploring and Presenting Data 

Applied to Lake Phosphorus Concentration, 

W 80-04843 1315 7C 

DATA PROCESSING 

Operational Use of Digital Radar in Rainfall 

Measurement and Prediction, 

W80-00337 1301 7B 

Ridge Regression-Time Extrapolation Applied 

to Hawaiian Rainfall Normals, 

W80-00350 1301 2B 

An Arctic Sea Ice Data Set, 1901-1956, 
W80-00576 1302 2C 

Inadequacies in Archived Sea Ice Data, 
W80-OO577 1302 2C 

A Conceptual Deterministic Analysis of the 

Kriging Technique in Hydrology, 

W80-01028 1303 6A 

Calculation of Aquifer Parameters from Sparse 

Data, 

W80-01707 1305 2F 

A Data Compilation Program for Wetland Eval- 
uation, 
W80-01907 1305 6B 

Use of Synographic Techniques in Research and 
Dissemination of Hydrological Information, 
W80-03360 1310 7C 

Techniques for Exploring and Presenting Data 
Applied to Lake Phosphorus Concentration, 
W80-04843 1315 7C 

Smoothed Data and Gradients Using Sliding 
Polynomials with Optional Controls, 
W80-05140 1316 7C 

Phytoplankton-Zooplankton Associations in 
Lake Superior: A Statistical Approach, 
W80-05268 1316 2H 

Data Processing and Analysis from H-F Radar 
Data Obtained in Cook Inlet Alaska During 
Summers 1977 and 1978, 
W80-05337 1316 5A 

Operation of an Alaskan Facility for Applica- 
tions of Remote-Sensing Data to OCS Studies, 
W80-05601 1317 7B 

The 'Cheat Sheet': A New Tool for the Field 
Evaluation of Wells by Step-Testing, 
W80-05741 1318 2F 

A Simple, Inexpensive Automated Data-Han- 
dling System for Inductively-Coupled Plasma 
Analysis, 
W80-06576 1324 7B 

A Data Management System for Finite Element 

Sediment Transport Models, 

W80-06923 1324 7C 

Interactive Finite Element Mesh Generators for 

Flow Systems, 

W80-06933 1324 2E 

DATA STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL 

Current Methodologies for the Collection and 
Dissemination of Water Resources Data in the 
United States, 
W 80-00474 1302 7 A 

Archiving and Mapping of Canadian Snow 

Cover Data, 

W80-00574 1302 2C 



NASA Mapping Projects (Summary), 
W80-00578 1302 7C 

Outline of a Global Water Quality Monitoring 

Program, 

W80-01630 1305 5 A 

A Data Compilation Program for Wetland Eval- 
uation, 
W80-01907 1305 6B 

Publications Related to the National Water Data 

Exchange (NAWDEX)-- 197 1-79, 

W80-02593 1307 10D 

Directory of Member Organizations of the Na- 
tional Water Data Exchange (NAWDEX), 
W80-02934 1308 10D 

Utility of a Computerized Data Base for Hydro- 
geologic Investigations, Las Vegas Valley, 
Nevada, 
W80-03051 1309 2F 

Estimating Water Treatment Costs, Volume 4. 
Computer User's Manual for Retrieving and Up- 
dating Cost Data, 
W80-03655 1311 5F 

The Development of Palis: A Ponds and Lakes 
Information System for Massachusetts, 
W80-03902 1312 6 A 

Measurements of Rainfall Intensity, Instrumenta- 
tion and Data Processing, 
W80-04028 1312 2B 

Multidate Landsat Lake Quality Monitoring 

Program, 

W80-04118 1312 7B 

Definitions of Components of the Water Data 
Sources Directory Maintained by the National 
Water Data Exchange, 
W80-06235 1320 10D 

DATA TRANSMISSION 

A Telemetry System Working Through the 

Public Telephone Network, 

W80-00339 1301 2E 

Integrated Computer-Based Data Acquisition 
System Utilising Radio Communications, 
W80-01040 1303 7B 

A Data Compilation Program for Wetland Eval- 
uation, 
W80-01907 1305 6B 

Hydrologic Networks: Information Transmis- 
sion, 
W80-06386 1321 7A 

Water Quality Indexing and Scoring, 
W80-06756 1324 6B 

DATES 

Hydrologic Feasibility of Utilizing Palms for 
Water Management in Southern Nevada, 
W80-04504 1314 3C 

DATING 

Trichlorofluoromethane in Groundwater-A 

Possible Tracer and Indicator of Groundwater 

Age, 

W80-0O096 1301 2F 

Archeological Investigations Along the Salt- 

Gila Aqueduct, 

W80-03321 1310 6B 

A Cultural Resource Survey of the Teton Re- 
placement Farmland, Jefferson County, Idaho, 
W80-03778 1311 6B 

Cultural Resource Survey and Testing at the 

Mcgee Creek Project, Oklahoma, 

W80-04881 1315 6B 



An Appraisal of Cultural and Paleontological 
Resources Within Sections 1 and 2 of the Pro- 
posed Mirdan Canal Project, Garfield and 
Valley Counties, Nebraska, 
W80-05109 1316 6B 

Final Report on Sampling and Evaluation of 

Archaeological and Historical Sites in or Near 

Bureau of Reclamation's Authorized Salmon 

Falls Division, Twin Falls and Cassia Countries, 

Idaho, 

W80-05113 1316 6B 

Cultural Resources Inventory of the West 

Divide Project in Garfield and Mesa Counties, 

Colorado, 

W80-05760 1318 6B 

Pollen Evidence for Historic Sedimentation 
Rates in California Coastal Marshes, 
W80-05786 1318 2L 

DDE 

DDE-Contaminated Fish Off Los Angeles Are 

Suspected Cause in Deaths of Captive Marine 

Birds, 

W80-03986 1312 5C 

DDT 

A Recurrence Model for the Prediction of DDT 

Flux in Atlantic Menhaden, 

W80-O0806 1303 5B 

An Assessment of DDT Toxicity on Osmoregu- 
lation and Gill Na,K-ATPase Activity in the 
Blue Crab, 
W8O-O0822 1303 5 A 

DDT and Its Metabolites in Antarctic Birds, 
W80-00867 1303 5A 

DDT and Its Metabolites in Antarctic Krill (Eu- 
phausia Superba Dana) from South Atlantic, 
W80-00868 1303 5 A 

Effect of Selected Water Toxicants and Other 
Chemicals upon Adenosine Triphosphatase Ac- 
tivity in Vitro, 
W80-01073 1303 5 A 

Toxicity and Retention of DDT in Adult Frogs, 

Rana Temporaria L., 

W80-02090 1306 5B 

Pesticides: Their Impact on the Estuarine Envi- 
ronment, 
W80-02109 1306 5 A 

Bioaccumulation of DDT and PCB in Tissues of 

Marine Fishes, 

W80-02112 1306 5B 

Considerations in Assessing the Potential for, 
and Significance of, Biomagnification of Chemi- 
cal Residues in Aquatic Food Chains, 
W80-02115 1306 5 A 

On the Effects of DDT on Enzyme Activities in 

Mugil Cephalus L., 

W80-02377 1306 5B 

Levels of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in Marine 
Animals from the Central Mediterranean, 
W80-02939 1308 5B 

DDTs in Marine Fishes Following Termination 
of Dominant California Input: 1970-77, 
W80-02971 1308 5B 

Mechanism of DDT Resistance in Larvae of the 
Mosquito Aedes Aegypti L.; The Effect of 
DDT Selection, 
W80-02985 1308 5B 

Mechanisms of DDT Resistance in Larvae of 

the Mosquito Aedes Aegypti L., 

W80-02987 1308 5 A 



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DDT 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Trace Metals and Organochlorine Residue Con- 
tent of Mullidae Family Fishes and Sediments in 
the Vicinity of Erdemli (Icel), Turkey, 
W80-03231 1309 5A 

Monitoring of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in 

Biota and Sediments of South Adriatic Coastal 

Waters, 

W80-03238 1309 5A 

The Effect of DDT and Hexachlorane on As- 
similation and Outflow of 14C in Phragmites 
Communis, 
W80-03240 1309 5A 

Preliminary Results on Uptake and Elimination 

at Different Temperatures of p,p'-DDT and 

Two Chlorobiphenyls in Perch from Brackish 

Water, 

W80-03268 1309 5A 

Organochlorines and Metals in Harbour Seals 

(Dutch Wadden Sea), 

W80-03280 1309 5B 

Effects of p,p'-DDT, p,p'-DDD, and p,p'-DDE 
on Oxygen Uptake in the Freshwater Planarian 
(Phagogata Gracilis), 
W80-03291 1309 5A 

The Absorption of DDT by Vascular Aquatic 

Plants, 

W80-03663 1311 5B 

DDE-Contaminated Fish Off Los Angeles Are 

Suspected Cause in Deaths of Captive Marine 

Birds, 

W80-03986 1312 5C 

DDT-Induced Changes in the Activity of the 
Photosynthetic System of Aquatic Plants, 
W80-03998 1312 5C 

DDVP 

Pesticides and Aquatic Ecosystems, 

W80-03699 1311 5C 

DEAD SEA (ISRAEL) 

The Dead Sea: Deepening of the Mixolimnion 

Signifies the Overture to Overturn of the Water 

Column, 

W80-01039 1303 2H 

DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL MONUMENT 

Potential Hazards from Floodflows and Debris 
Movement in the Furnace Creek Area, Death 
Valley National Monument, California-Nevada, 
W80-02591 1307 2J 

DEBRIS AVALANCHES 

Potential Hazards from Floodflows and Debris 
Movement in the Furnace Creek Area, Death 
Valley National Monument, California-Nevada, 
W80-02591 1307 2J 

Secondary Permeability as a Possible Factor in 
the Origin of Debris Avalanches Associated 
with Heavy Rainfall, 
W80-03048 1309 2B 

Debris Flow on Prismatic Open Channel, 
W80-04535 1314 2E 

Computer Simulation of the Cumulative Effects 
of Brushland Fire-Management Policies, 
W80-06938 1324 6A 

DEBRIS REMOVAL 

Debris Flow on Prismatic Open Channel, 
W80-04535 1314 2E 

DECAPODS 

Combined Effects of Temperature and Salinity 
on the Survival and Growth of the Larvae of 
Pandalus Jordani (Decapoda: Pandalidae), 
W80-01764 1305 5A 



DECATUR COUNTY (IND) 
A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Sand Creek, Decatur County, Indiana, 
W80-05451 1317 5B 

DECIDUOUS TREES 

Forests and Flooding with Special Reference to 

the White River and Ouachita River Basins, 

Arkansas, 

W80-04854 1315 21 

DECISION ANALYSIS 

Applications and Evaluation of Decision Analy- 
sis in Water Resources Planning, 
W80-05104 1316 6A 

DECISION MAKING 

Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Ef- 
fects, 
W80-00995 1303 6B 

The Stanislaus River Drainage Basin and the 

New Melones Dam: Historical Evolution of 
Water Use Priorities, 

W80-00999 1303 6E 

Models for Water Resources Decision-Making: 

Problems and Projects, 

W80-02860 1308 6A 

Mathematical Programming Models Applied to 

Water Resources Planning, 

W80-O2863 1308 6A 

Social Assessment and Resource Policy: Lessons 

from Water Planning, 

W80-02868 1308 6B 

Botswana's Present Climate and the Evidence 

for Past Change, 

W80-03062 1309 6A 

River-Quality Assessment: Concept, Frame- 
work, and Application in the Willamette River 
Basin, Oregon, 
W80-03608 1311 6B 

Estimating Willingness to Pay: Why and How., 
W80-03846 1311 6B 

Adaptive Economics and Natural Resources 

Policy, 

W80-03854 1311 6B 

The Worth of Hydrologic Data for Nonoptimal 

Decision Making, 

W80-04044 1312 6B 

Termination of Hydrologic Data Collection (A 

Case Study), 

W80-04049 1312 6B 

A Statistical Approach to Station Discontinu- 
ance, 
W80-04050 1312 2E 

Some Policy Implications of Water Develop- 
ment, 
W80-04184 1312 6D 

Social Equity in Coastal Zone Planning, 
W80-04493 1313 6E 

A Systems Resources Approach to Citizen Par- 
ticipation: The Case of the Corps of Engineers, 
W80-04756 1314 6E 

Applications and Evaluation of Decision Analy- 
sis in Water Resources Planning, 
W80-05104 1316 6A 

Optimum Alternatives for Controlling Com- 
bined Sewage Overflows-A Case Study, 
W80-05170 1316 6B 

Comparison of Stormwater Detention Policies, 
W80-05241 1316 2A 



Achieving Federalism in the Regulation of 

Coastal Energy Facility Siting, 

W80-05683 1317 6E 

Water-Management Planning for Illinois Com- 
munities, 
W80-O5791 1318 6A 

Demonstration of an Analytic Model for Estab- 
lishing Water Resources Development Priorities, 
W80-06008 1319 6B 

Central Arizona Project: Operations Model, 
W80-06385 1321 6A 

DECISION-MAKING CRITERIA 

Guidelines for Socioeconomic Impact Analyses 

of Environmental Regulations, 

W80-03602 1311 6C 

DECOMPOSING ORGANIC MATTER 

Caloric, Elemental, and Nutritive Changes in 
Decomposing Juncus Roemerianus Leaves, 
W80-00307 1301 21 

Decomposers in the Fishpond Littoral Ecosys- 
tem, 
W80-01216 1304 21 

Decomposition Processes in the Fishpond Litto- 
ral, 
W80-01240 1304 21 

Role of the Organic Layer on Stones in Detrital 

Metabolism in Streams, 

W80-01704 1305 5C 

Leaf Breakdown and Invertebrate Colonization 

on a Reservoir Bottom, 

W80-01717 1305 5C 

Effects of Nutrients and Temperature on De- 
composition of Myriophyllum Spicatum L. in a 
Hard-Water Eutrophic Lake, 
W80-03119 1309 5C 

Importance of a Bordering Wetland for Chemi- 
cal Properties of Lake Water, 
W80-03169 1309 5B 

Studies on the Plant Community of a North 

Florida Salt Marsh Part II. Nutritive Value and 

Decomposition, 

W80-03975 1312 5C 

The Rates of Dry Matter and Nutrient Loss 
from Decomposing Potamogeton Pectinatus in a 
Brackish South-Temperate Coastal Lake, 
W80-04355 1313 5C 

Comparisons of Four Methods for Determina- 
tion of Degree of Peat Humification (Decompo- 
sition) With Emphasis on the Von Post Method, 
W80-05649 1317 21 

DECOMPOSITION 

Spartina Alterniflora Seed Fungi, 

W80-03509 1310 21 

Changes in Decomposition Rate, Microbial Pop- 
ulation and Carbohydrate Content of an Acid 
Peat Bog After Liming and Reclamation, 
W80-03534 1310 2G 

DEEP BED FILTRATION 

Simulation and Process Design of Deep Bed 

Filtration, 

W80-01661 1305 5D 

DEEP SEA MINING 

Deep Seabed Mining and Developing Countries: 
Consideration of Distributional Factors, 
W80-02010 1306 6B 

DEEP TANK FERMENTATION SYSTEM 

Deep Tank Aeration-Flotation for Biological 

Processing, 

W80-0I669 1305 5D 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



DENDROCHRONOLOGY 



DEEP-WATER HABITATS 

Classification of Wetlands and Deepwater Habi- 
tats of the United States, 
W80-04301 1313 6B 

DEEP- WELL WASTE DISPOSAL 

Measuring the Risks of Waste Disposal by Deep- 
Well Injection, 
W8O-030O5 1309 6B 

DEEP- WELL WASTE-DISPOSAL MODEL 

Revision of the Documentation for a Model for 
Calculating Effects of Liquid Waste Disposal in 
Deep Saline Aquifers. 
W80-05437 1317 6 A 

DEEP WELLS 

The Ghura-Dededo Deep Monitoring Well: 

Planning and Design, 

W80-05540 1317 8 A 

DEF 

A Marine Algal Bioassay Method: Results with 

Pesticides and Industrial Wastes, 

W80-04740 1314 5A 

DEFOLIATION EFFECTS 

Effects of Chemical Defoliation of an Abies 
Grandis Habitat on Amounts and Chemistry of 
Throughfall and Stemflow, 
W80-06105 1319 2B 

DEFORESTATION 

Effect of the Percentage and Distribution of 
Forested Areas on Snow-Melt Runoff (Effet du 
Pourcentage et de la Distribution des Surfaces 
Boisees sur les Crues de Fonte de Neige), 
W80-O0O72 1301 2C 

Rehabilitation of Catchment Areas in Mountain 

Regions, 

W80-00469 1302 4 A 

DEGRADATION 

Development of Microwave Plasma Detoxifica- 
tion Process for Hazardous Wastes. Phase 1, 
W80-00244 1301 5D 

DEGRADATION (DECOMPOSITION) 

Relation of Saprobic to Trophic Levels, 
W80-01753 1305 5C 

Polysaccharide Degradation by Aquatic Cyto- 
phaga Populations in a Eutrophic Lake and in 
Mixed Cultures, 
W80-02502 1307 5C 

Measurements of Mineralization of Phytoplank- 
ton Detritus in an Oligotrophic Lake, 
W80-03107 1309 5C 

Effects of Nutrients and Temperature on De- 
composition of Myriophyllum Spicatum L. in a 
Hard-Water Eutrophic Lake, 
W80-03119 1309 5C 

Experimental Degradation of Detritus made 
from the Salt Marsh Plants Spartina Alterniflora 
Loisel., Salicornia Virginica L., and Juncus Roe- 
merianus Scheele, 
W80-05321 1316 21 

DEGRADATION (STREAM) 

Recent Sedimentation History of the Waimakar- 

iri River, New Zealand, 

W80-04643 1314 2 J 

DEGRAY RESERVOIR (AR) 
Coliforms and Water Quality: Use of Data in 
Project Design and Operation, 
W80-05262 1316 5B 

DEICERS 

Environmental Pollution from Highway Deicing 

Compounds, 

W80-02657 1307 5C 



Road De-Icing Salts in an Urban Stream and 

Flood Control Reservoir, 

W80-03468 1310 5B 

Acute Toxicity of Some Experimental Road 
Surfacing Compounds to Daphnia Pulex, 
W80-04003 1312 5C 

Road Salt Movement into Two Toronto 

Streams, 

W80-05942 1318 4C 

Occurrence of Salt and Lead in Snow Dump 

Sites, 

W80-06085 1319 5 A 

DEKALB COUNTY (IND) 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Cedar Creek, Dekalb and Allen Coun- 
ties, Indiana, 
W80-05302 1316 5B 

DELAWARE 

Summertime Synoptic Variability of the Middle 
Atlantic Shelf Water/Slope Water Front, 
W80-O0740 1302 2L 

The Environmental Transport of Lead and Cad- 
mium, 
W80-03914 1312 5B 

Digital Model of the Piney Point Aquifer in 

Kent County, Delaware, 

W80-06583 1324 2F 

DELAWARE COUNTY (IN) 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Little Lick and Big Lick Creeks, 
Blackford and Delaware Counties, Indiana, 
W80-06791 1324 5G 

DELAWARE ESTUARY 

C & D Canal Effect on Salinity of Delaware 

Estuary, 

W80-05777 1318 2L 

DELAWARE RIVER 

Persistence of Chlorine in Cooling Water from 

Electric Generating Station, 

W8O-O0581 1302 5 A 

Report of the River Master of the Delaware 
River for the Period December 1, 1977 -- No- 
vember 30, 1978, 
W80-05292 1316 6D 

DELAWARE RIVER BASIN (NJ) 

Water Resources Data for New Jersey, Water 
Year 1978- Volume 2. Delaware River Basin and 
Tributaries to Delaware Bay, 
W80-02598 1307 7C 

DELAWARE RIVER BASIN (PA) 
Water Resources Data for Pennsylvania, Water 
Year 1978- Volume 1. Delaware River Basin. 
W80-03496 1310 7C 

DELAWARE RIVER MASTER 

Report of the River Master of the Delaware 
River for the Period December 1, 1977 - No- 
vember 30, 1978, 
W80-05292 1316 6D 

DELAWARE VALLEY 

Environmental Quality and Residuals Manage- 
ment, 
W80-02846 1308 6B 



DELAYED YIELD 

Perspective on 'Delayed Yield', 
W80-00952 



1303 2F 



Soil Water Hysteresis as a Cause of Delayed 

Yield from Unconfined Aquifers, 

W80-00959 1303 2F 



DELTAS 

Sedimentation Processes in a Short Residence- 
Time Intermontane Lake, Kamloops Lake, Brit- 
ish Columbia, 
W80-01034 1303 2 J 

DEMAND 

Estimating Willingness to Pay: Why and How., 
W80-03846 1311 6B 

DEMERSAL FISH 

Survey of Demersal Fish in Port Phillip Bay for 

Incidence of Neoplasia, 

W80-OO680 1302 5 A 

Tumours and Microbial Diseases of Marine 

Fishes in Alaskan Waters, 

W80-00862 1303 5A 

DEMINERALIZATION 

Removal of Silica from Mixed Bed Deminera- 

lizer, 

W80-01936 1305 5F 

Process for De-Salting of Water and Apparatus 

for Performing This Process, 

W80-01951 1305 3A 

Functional Polymers for Removal of Heavy- 
Metal Pollutants from Water, 
W80-03911 1312 5D 

Demineralization of Brackish Municipal Water 

Supplies-Comparative Costs, 

W80-03978 1312 6B 

Refrigeration Type Water Desalinisation Units, 
W80-06178 1319 3 A 

DEMONSTRATION WATERSHED 

Some Detailed Water Balance Studies of Re- 
search Catchments, 
W80-03446 1310 2A 

DEMONSTRATION WATERSHEDS 

The Results of Ten Years' Experimental Study 
on Plynlimon, Mid-Wales, and Their Importance 
for the Water Industry, 
W80-01290 1304 2 A 

Pattern Recognition Analysis of Snowdrifts, 
W80-02688 1307 2C 

Dense Networks to Measure Convective Rain- 
fall in the Southwestern United States, 
W80-03943 1312 7 A 

Termination of Hydrologic Data Collection (A 

Case Study), 

W80-04049 1312 6B 

DEN INKEL 

Population Structure and Life-Cycle of Neomy- 
sis Integer (Leach) (Crustacea, Mysidacea) in 
Two Types of Inland Waters, 
W80-02552 1307 5C 

DENDRITIC DEPOSIT 

A Study of the In-Situ Indirect Freezing Proc- 
ess, 
W80-01006 1303 3 A 

DENDROCHRONOLOGY 

Extension of River Flow Records in Argentina 
from Long Tree-Ring Chronologies, 
W80-00731 1302 2E 

Tree Rings as Indicators of Hydrologic Change 

in the Great Dismal Swamp, Virginia and North 

Carolina, 

W 80-03490 1310 7B 

Role of Tree-Ring Analysis and Related Studies 
in Palaeo-CIimatology: Preliminary Survey and 
Scope for Indian Region, 
W80-04241 1313 2B 



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SU-99 



DENITRIFICATION 



SUBJECT INDEX 



DENITRIFICATION 

Denitrification in a Salt Marsh Ecosystem, 
W80-00355 1301 2L 

Denitrification in the Nitrogen Budget of a 

River Ecosystem, 

W80-01041 1303 5B 

Process and System for Controlling an Orbital 

System, 

W80-01188 1303 5D 

Method for Denitrification of Treated Sewage, 
W80-01476 1304 5D 



Denitrification in Natural Waters, 
W80-01989 



1305 5C 



Denitrogen Fixation and Denitrification in Some 

Danish Lakes, 

W 80-02499 1307 5C 

Design of a Subsurface Waste Disposal System 

with Biological Denitrification, 

W80-03174 1309 5D 

Denitrification by the Sessile Microbial Commu- 
nity of a Polluted River, 
W80-04345 1313 5C 

Occurrence of Nitric and Nitrous Oxides in a 

Coastal Marine Sediment, 

W80-04362 1313 2K 

Irrigation Return Flow Treatment by Biological 
Denitrification Process for Nitrate Removal, 
W80-04610 1314 5D 

Seasonal Variation of Denitrification Rate in 
Sediment Determined by Use of N15, 
W80-05027 1315 5C 

Denitrification in Lake 227 During Summer 

Stratification, 

W80-05427 1317 2H 

Assessment of Potential Interactions of Microor- 
ganisms and Pollutants Resulting from Petro- 
leum Development on the Outer Continental 
Shelf of Alaska, 
W80-05533 1317 5C 

Biological Dinitrogen Fixation (Acetylene Re- 
duction) Associated with Florida Mangroves, 
W80-05627 1317 2K 

Effect of the Spartina Alterniflora Root-Rhi- 
zome System on Salt Marsh Soil Denitrifying 
Bacteria, 
W80-06258 1320 21 

Health Aspects of Nitrate on Drinking Water 
and Possible Means of Denitrification (Litera- 
ture Review), 
W80-06371 1321 5C 

Denitrification in Wetlands as a Means of Water 

Quality Improvement, 

W80-06507 1324 5D 

DENMARK 

Stream Depletion by Wells in Case of a Non- 
Penetrating Confining Streambed, 
W80-01811 1305 2F 

Denitrogen Fixation and Denitrification in Some 

Danish Lakes, 

W80-02499 1307 5C 

A Comparison of Some Methods for Estimation 

of Potential Evaporation, 

W80-02689 1307 2D 

Distribution and Quantitative Development of 

Aquatic Macrophytcs in Relation to Sediment 

Characteristics in Oligotrophic Lake Kalgaard, 

Denmark, 

W80-04I72 1312 5C 



Atmospheric Long Range Transport of Lead to 

Denmark, 

W80-05482 1317 2B 

DENMARK STRAIT 

Dense Bottom Currents in Rotating Ocean, 
W80-06818 1324 2L 

DENSITY 

Seasonality, Density and Diversity of Birds of a 

Papyrus Swamp in Western Kenya, 

W80-03508 1310 21 

Zooplankton in a Quasi-Stable Phase in an En- 
dorheic Lake (Lake Chilwa, Malawi), 
W80-03807 1311 5C 



Cost Behavior and Water Systems, 
W80-04156 



1312 6C 



The Rotation of a Vertical Interface in a Porous 

Medium, 

W80-04829 1315 



DENSITY CURRENT 

Interfacial Stability in Channel Flow, 
W80-00297 1301 



2F 



2E 



DENSITY CURRENTS 

Dense Bottom Currents in Rotating Ocean, 
W80-06818 1324 2L 

DENTRIFICATION 

Denitrification in the Sediments of Lake Okee- 
chobee, 
W80-02498 1307 5C 

DENVER AREA 

Quantity and Quality of Urban Runoff from 

Three Localities in the Denver Metropolitan 

Area, 

W80-00927 1303 4C 

DENVER (CO) 

Stormwater Quality-First Efforts in Denver, 
W80-06759 1324 5B 

DEORDORISATION 

Deodorisation Using Biological Trickling Filter, 
W80-01666 1305 5D 

DEPOSITION (SEDIMENTS) 

Sedimentation Process Above the Aswan High 
Dam in Lake Nasser-Nubia (Egypt-Sudan), 
W80-01786 1305 5C 

Mathematical Model of Heavy Metal Transfer 

and Transport in Lake Erie, 

W80-02407 1307 5B 

A Consolidation Model of Sediments (Lake), 
W80-02567 1307 5C 

Deposition Velocity of Phosphorus-Containing 
Particles Over Southern Lake Huron, April-Oc- 
tober, 1975, 
W80-03117 1309 5B 

A Small Cliff-Bound Estuarine Environment: 

Sandyhaven Pill in South Wales, 

W80-05146 1316 2L 

Depositional Control of Aquifer Characteristics 

in Alluvial Fans, Fresno County, California: 

Summary, 

W80-05610 1317 2J 

Deposition of Dredged Sediment at Open Water 

Sites, 

W80-05787 1318 2L 

Carbonate Deposition and Facies Distribution in 

a Central Michigan Marl Lake, 

W80-05854 1318 2H 

DEPRESSION STORAGE 

Estimating Micro-Relief Surface Storage from 

Point Data, 

W8O-03179 1309 2E 



DEPTH 

Frost Gauges and Freezing Gauges, 
W80-01170 1303 2A 

Depth Constraints on Thermal Storage Wells, 
W80-O6025 1319 8B 

Effects of Decreasing Water Depths on the 

Sedimentation Rate of Illinois River Bottomland 

Lakes, 

W80-06303 1320 2J 

Depth to the Water Table in the Colorado 
Springs-Castle Rock Area, Front Range Urban 
Corridor, Colorado, 
W80-06363 1321 2F 

DEPTH-AREA-DURATION ANALYSIS 

Correlation Analysis of the Jordan Valley Rain- 
fall Field, 
W80-03056 1309 2B 

DEPURATION 

Uptake, Depuration, and Toxicity of 
Hexamethylphosphoramide in Aquatic Organ- 
isms, 
W80-00833 1303 5A 

Studies on the Depuration of Cadmium and 

Copper by the American Oyster Crassostrea 

Virginica, 

W80-OO843 1303 5B 

Alkanes in Barnacles (Balanus Tintinnabulum) 

from the Buccaneer Oilfield, 

W80-00853 1303 5A 

Factors Affecting the Flux of Arsenic Through 
the Mussel Mytilus Galloprovincialis, 
W80-01765 1305 5A 

Toxicity and Bioconcentration of EPN and Lep- 
tophos to Selected Estuarine Animals, 
W80-01778 1305 5A 

Test of a Model for Predicting Kepone Accumu- 
lation in Selected Estuarine Species, 
W80-02113 1306 5 A 

Considerations in Assessing the Potential for, 
and Significance of, Biomagnification of Chemi- 
cal Residues in Aquatic Food Chains, 
W80-02115 1306 5 A 

The Occurrence of Copper, Iron and Zinc in the 
Hard Shell Clam, Mercenaria Mercenaria, and 
Sediments of Southampton Water, 
W80-02391 1306 5B 

Biological and Radiological Analysis of the Po- 
tential of Nuclear Power Plant Effluent Waters 
for Shellfish Culture, 
W80-02436 1307 5A 

Sediments, Water and Food Chains as Sources 
of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons for Benthic Or- 
ganisms in the Mediterranean Sea, 
W80-02937 1308 5B 

Bioaccumulation from Water and Elimination of 
Vanadium in Selected Marine Invertebrates, 
W80-02952 1308 5 A 

Accumulation and Excretion of 95Zr and 95Nb 
by Common Goby (Acanthogobius Flavimanus), 
W80-03256 1309 5A 

Bioavailability of a Hydrocarbon from Water 

and Sediment to the Marine Worm Arenicola 

Marina, 

W80-03260 1309 5B 

A Possible Physiological Uptake Mechanism of 
Methylmercury by the Marine Bloodworm 
(Glycera Dibranchiata), 
W80-03293 1309 5 A 



SU 100 



SUBJECT INDEX 



DESERT PLANTS 



Uptake and Elimination of Antimony in the 

Mussel, Mytilus Edulis, 

W80-04697 1314 5C 

Concentration and Distribution of Uranium in 
Mytilus Edulis and Associated Materials, 
W80-04895 1315 5B 

DES PLAINES RIVER BASIN (ID 

Chemical Analyses of Surface Water in Illinois, 
1975-77, Volume I, Des Plaines River Basin and 
Lake Michigan, 
W80-01584 1304 1A 

DESALINATION 

Non Conventional Water Resources: Some Ad- 
vances in their Development, 
W80-00429 1302 3C 

On Water Reuse Promotion Measures, 
W80-00477 1302 6F 

Increasing Available Water Supplies Through 
Weather Modification and Desalination, 
W80-00479 1302 2B 

Conversion of Sea Water by Reverse Osmosis, 
W80-00908 1303 3 A 

Research and Development on a Spiral-Wound 

Membrane System for Single-Stage Seawater 

Desalination, 

W80-01252 1304 3A 

Process for the Desalination of Salt Containing 

Water, 

W80-01495 1304 3A 

Process for the Treatment of Ground Water, 
W80-01496 1304 3A 

Process for De-Salting of Water and Apparatus 

for Performing This Process, 

W80-01951 1305 3A 

The Potential of Economic Desalinization for 

Small Systems, 

W 80-02001 1306 6B 

Device for Producing Deeply Desalted Water, 
W80-02066 1306 3 A 

Desalination Method with Mercury Refrigerant, 
W80-02080 1306 3 A 

Fundamental Studies of Desalination by Freez- 
ing, 
W80-02155 1306 3A 

Development of a Composite Reverse Osmosis 
Membrane for Single Pass Seawater Desalina- 
tion, 
W80-02295 1306 3 A 

Development of Low Pressure Brackish Water 

Reverse Osmosis Membranes, 

W80-02296 1306 3 A 

Secondary Ice Nucleation and Crystallizer-Per- 

formance Optimization, 

W80-02608 1307 3 A 

Hydrodynamic and Heat Transfer Effects in a 

Packed Bed Melter-Condenser, 

W80-02609 1307 3 A 

Mass Transfer from Spheres and Discs in Turbu- 
lent Agitated Vessels, 
W80-02610 1307 3A 

Process and Apparatus for Purifying Sea Water 

by Reverse Osmosis, 

W80-02629 1307 3 A 

Desalination by the Inverse Function of the 
Known (Salting Out) Effect Within an Im- 
proved Centrifuge, 
W80-02633 1307 3 A 



Apparatus for the Desalination of Sea Water, 
with Automatic Regulation of the Fresh and Salt 
Water Levels, 
W80-02636 1307 3 A 

Solar Energy Collectors and Plants Operated by 

Them, 

W80-03225 1309 3 A 



Water Purification System, 
W80-03264 



1309 3 A 



Process Design of a 100,000 Gallon per Day 

Vacuum Freezing Ejector Absorption Pilot 

Plant, 

W80-03301 1310 3A 

Desalinization and Chemical Extraction Process, 
W80-03464 1310 3A 

Low Pressure Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis 
Membrane Development - Final Report, 
W80-03749 1311 3 A 

Design of an Indirect Freezing Process Pilot 
Plant Based on Bulk Crystallization, 
W80-03772 1311 3A 

The Role of Desalination in Water Reuse, 
W80-05552 1317 3A 

Solar Powered Electrodialysis - Part I: Design 
of a Solar Powered Electrodialysis System for 
Desalting Remote, Brackish Water Sources. 
W80-06001 1319 3A 

Refrigeration Type Water Desalinisation Units, 
W80-06178 1319 3A 

In Situ Formation of Cellulose Acetate Carba- 
mate Dry-Ro Membranes, 
W80-06225 1320 3 A 

Development of Composite Hollow Fiber Re- 
verse Osmosis Systems, 
W80-06326 1321 3 A 

Apparatus for Producing Sweet Water, 
W80-06943 1324 3 A 

DESALINATION APPARATUS 

Compressor Technology as Related to Various 

Freeze Desalination Processes, 

W80-01374 1304 3 A 

Apparatus for Producing Sweet Water, 
W80-06943 1324 3 A 

DESALINATION FREEZING PROCESS 

Process Design of a 100,000 Gallon per Day 

Vacuum Freezing Ejector Absorption Pilot 

Plant, 

W80-03301 1310 3A 

DESALINATION PLANTS 

Cultural Resource Inventory of Areas Affected 
by Reject Stream Replacement Projects, 
W80-02738 1308 6G 

The Economic Feasibility of Dual Purpose Nu- 
clear Desalination of Ground Water, 
W80-03544 1310 3A 

Technical and Economic Assessment of Solar 

Distillation for Large Scale Production in Fresh 

Water. 

W80-03842 1311 3A 

Technical and Economic Evaluation of an MSF 
Solar Energy Powered Desalination Plant, 
W80-04155 1312 3A 

Draft Environmental Assessment Desalting 

Demonstration Plant, Alamogordo, New 

Mexico. 

W80-06702 1324 3A 

Draft Environmental Assessment Desalting 
Demonstration Plant, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
W80-06703 1324 3 A 



DESALINATION PROCESSES 

Method for the Distillation of Sea Water, 
W80-00875 1303 3 A 

A Study of the In-Situ Indirect Freezing Proc- 
ess, 
W80-O1OO6 1303 3A 

A Study of the Vacuum-Freezing High Pressure 

Ice-Melting Process, 

W80-01007 1303 3A 

Compressor Technology as Related to Various 

Freeze Desalination Processes, 

W80-01374 1304 3A 

Advanced Poly(Piperazineamide) Reverse Os- 
mosis Membranes, 
W80-02401 1307 3A 

Alumina-Lime-Soda Pilot Plant Testing at the 
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Desalting Test Sta- 
tion at Yuma, Arizona, 
W80-03307 1310 5F 

Desalinization and Chemical Extraction Process, 
W80-03464 1310 3 A 

Technical and Economic Assessment of Solar 
Distillation for Large Scale Production in Fresh 
Water. 

W80-03842 1311 3A 

Desalting: An Offer You May Not Refuse, 
W80-04509 1314 3A 

Development of Reverse Osmosis Membrane for 
Seawater Desalination, 

W80-04802 1315 3 A 

Water Treatment for Small Public Supplies, 
W80-O6O07 1319 5F 

Desalting Handbook for Planners. 

W80-06013 1319 3 A 

Process for Recovery of Chemicals from Saline 

Water, 

W80-06176 1319 3 A 

Desalting Demonstration Plant Feasibility 

Study, Alamogordo, New Mexico. 

W80-06451 1324 3 A 

Desalting Demonstration Plant Feasibility 

Study, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

W80-06452 1324 3A 

Draft Environmental Assessment Desalting 

Demonstration Plant, Alamogordo, New 

Mexico. 

W80-06702 1324 3 A 

Draft Environmental Assessment Desalting 
Demonstration Plant, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
W80-06703 1324 3 A 

DESALTING APPARATUS 

A Study of the In-Situ Indirect Freezing Proc- 
ess, 
W80-01006 1303 3 A 

A Study of the Vacuum-Freezing High Pressure 

Ice-Melting Process, 

W80-01007 1303 3A 

DESCHUTES RIVER (WA) 

Deschutes River Basin Suspended Sediment 

Transport Study, 

W80-05153 1316 2J 

DESERT PLANTS 

Inland Halophytes of the United States, 
W80-01916 1305 21 

Evapotranspiration From an Arid Zone Plant 

Community, 

W80-03548 1310 2D 



SU-101 



DESERT SOILS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



DESERT SOILS 

Impacts of Off-Road Vehicles on Infiltration and 
Sediment Production of Two Desert Soils, 
W80-03057 1309 2J 

DESERTIFICATION 

Note to the United Nations Water Conference 
on Preparations for the United Nations Confer- 
ence on Desertification. 
W80-00422 1302 2A 

Desertification: Natural or Man-Induced, 
W80-03064 1309 2A 

DESERTS 

Note to the United Nations Water Conference 
on Preparations for the United Nations Confer- 
ence on Desertification. 
W80-00422 1302 2 A 

An Investigation of Surface Albedo Variations 

during the Recent Sahel Drought, 

W80-02497 1307 7B 

Potential Hazards from Floodflows and Debris 
Movement in the Furnace Creek Area, Death 
Valley National Monument, California-Nevada, 
W80-02591 1307 2J 

Salt Marshes and Salt Deserts of the World, 
W80-03504 1310 2L 

Development of a Self-Sealing Sampler for 

Ephemeral Wadi Floods, 

W80-04830 1315 7B 

The Study of a Natural Hypersaline Lagoon in a 

Desert Area (The Bardawil Lagoon in Northern 

Sinai), 

W80-05851 1318 2L 

DESIGN 

A Minimum-Cost Surveillance Plan for Water 
Quality Trend Detection in Lake Michigan, 
W80-00213 1301 6A 

World Bank: An Approach for Selection of 
Labour Vs. Capital Intensive Technologies for 
Water Resource Development Projects. 
W 80-004 12 1302 6C 

Sewage Treatment Works for Small Communi- 
ties-A Need for Careful Design and Operation, 
W80-01645 1305 5D 

Industrial Wastewater Treatment Process Using 

Granular Activated Carbon, 

W80-01659 1305 5D 

Use of Granular Activated Carbon for Treating 

Industrial Wastewaters, 

W80-01660 1305 5D 

Deep Tank Aeration-Flotation for Biological 

Processing, 

W80-01669 1305 5D 

The Design and Selection of Mechanical Aer- 
ation Devices, 
W80-01674 1305 5D 

To Build or Not to Build: A Bayesian Analysis, 
W80-01696 1305 6B 

Design and Merit of a River-Model for Optimal 

Use of Agricultural Water, 

W80-01805 1305 4B 

Many Uses and Many Users: Some Desirable 
Characteristics of a Common Land and Water 
Classification system, 
W80-01898 1305 7B 

Design of a Subsurface Waste Disposal System 

with Biological De-nitrification, 

W80-03174 1309 5D 



Application of Continuous Hydrologic Model- 
ing to Evaluate and Design Wastewater Land 
Disposal or Evaporation Systems, 
W80-04804 1315 3C 

A Technical Examination of Ground Water 
Geothermal Heat Pump Components, 
W80-05051 1315 8C 

Hydrogeologic Considerations of Landfill Siting 

and Design, 

W80-05546 1317 5G 

Lineshaft Turbine Pump Selection, 

W80-05561 1317 8C 



Is Your Weather Being Modified, 
W80-05778 



1318 4C 



DESIGN CRITERIA 

Design of Facilities for Physical-Chemical 

Treatment of Raw Wastewater, 

W80-00104 1301 5D 

Field Manual for Performance Evaluation and 
Troubleshooting at Municipal Wastewater 
Treatment Facilities, 
W80-00253 1301 5D 

The Design and Evaluation of Institutional Ar- 
rangements for Water Planning and Manage- 
ment, 
W80-00431 1302 6E 

Eutrophication: Current State-of-the-Art and 

Probable Areas of Investigation, 

W80-01627 1305 5A 

A Critical Study of Design Flood for Surplusing 

Works of Major, Medium and Minor Irrigation 

Projects, 

W80-01802 1305 2E 

Selection and Design of Injector Pump Systems, 
W80-03429 1310 8C 

Filling and Emptying System, New Ship Lock, 
Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet, Louisiana; Hy- 
draulic Model Investigation, 
W80-03561 1310 8A 

Land Treatment of Municipal Wastewater Ef- 
fluents: Design Factors-I. 
W80-04166 1312 5D 

Land Treatment of Municipal Wastewater Ef- 
fluents: Design Factors-II. 
W80-04167 1312 5D 

Design of Wastewater Treatment Facilities, 

Major Systems. 

W80-04773 1314 8A 

Design of a Cost Effective Solar Powered Water 
Pump, 

W80-05011 1315 8C 

Overview of Conference on Hydrologic Data 

Networks, 

W80-05707 1318 7A 



Desalting Handbook for Planners. 
W80-06013 



1319 3A 



Evaluating the Effects of Earthquakes on Buried 

Pipelines, 

W80-06635 1324 8D 

Laboratory Generated Waves and Wave The- 
ories, 
W80-06832 1324 8B 

DESIGN FLOOD 

A Critical Study of Design Flood for Surplusing 

Works of Major, Medium and Minor Irrigation 

Projects, 

W80-01802 1305 2E 



Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 
River & Tributaries, Great Bend, Kansas 
W80-02849 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Clearwater 
Creek, Rice Creek Watershed, Centerville, Lino 
Lakes, Hugo, Minnesota. 
W80-02850 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 
River, Anderson and King Arroyos, La Junta, 
Otero County, CO. 
W80-02854 1308 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Missouri River, Bis- 
marck-Burleigh County, North Dakota. 
W80-02873 1308 2E 

Floodflow Characteristics of Butternut Creek 
and Jamesville Reservoir, Jamesville, Onondaga 
County, New York, 
W80-03488 1310 2E 

Effect of Tail Behavior Assumptions on Flood 

Predictions, 

W80-06154 1319 2E 

DESIGN STORM 

The Weather Report Predicts Rain-An Estima- 
tion of Where, When, and How Much Rain Will 
Fall Can Now Be Determined by Frequency 
Analysis, 
W80-04211 1313 2B 

Erosivity Values for Individual Design Storms, 
W80-06195 1319 2J 

DESMIDS 

Phytoplankton in the Fox Chain of Lakes, 
W80-00686 1302 5C 

DESTRATIFICATION 

Low Energy Mechanical Destratification and 

Reaeration of Reservoirs, 

W80-01601 1305 2H 

Performance of an Axial Flow Pump for Lake 

Destratification, 

W80-02879 1308 2H 

Biological and Water Quality Effects of Artifi- 
cial Mixing of Arbuckle Lake, Oklahoma, 
During 1977, 
W80-03170 1309 5C 

Effects of Destratification on Sediment Chemis- 
try and Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Ham's 
Lake, 
W80-03308 1310 2H 

Influence of the Shelf-Break Front off Nova 

Scotia on Phytoplankton Standing Stock in 

Winter, 

W80-03809 1311 5C 

The Use of Multiple Inversion and Clean-Flo 
Lake Cleanser in Controlling Aquatic Plants, 
W80-03828 1311 4A 

DETECTION 

Detection Methods for Location of Subsurface 

Water and Seepage, 

W80-02334 1306 2F 

DETENTION BASINS 

The Effect of Maintenance on Storm Water 

Detention Basin Efficiency, 

W80-01582 1304 2E 

Evaluation of Altenative Stormwater Detention 

Policies, 

W80-01689 1305 6A 

DETENTION RESERVOIRS 

Legal Aspects of Urban Storm Water Manage- 
ment and Related Pollution Abatement Prob- 
lems, 
W 80-00064 1301 4 A 



SU 102 



SUBJECT INDEX 



DEVON (ENGLAND) 



Downstream Effects of Stormwater Manage- 
ment Basins, 
W80-02345 1306 2E 

Keep Recreational Waters Algae-Free, 
W80-04116 1312 5G 

A Contribution to the Phosphorus Loading Con- 
cept, 
W80-04656 1314 5C 

Settleability of Urban Runoff Pollution, 
W80-04807 1315 5G 

Water Quality Trap Efficiency of Storm Water 

Management Basins, 

W80-05139 1316 5G 

Comparison of Stormwater Detention Policies, 
W80-05241 1316 2A 

Stormwater Detention in Developing Water- 
sheds, 
W80-05944 1318 2E 

Detention Storage for Urban Flood Control. 
W80-06388 1321 2E 

DETERGENT 

Effect of Crude Oil and Detergent 'Solo' on the 
Activity of Some Hydrolases in Hemolymph of 
Crab Rhithropanopeus Harrisi, 
W80-02079 1306 5 A 

DETERGENTS 

Mobilization of Metals from Sediment by NTA, 
W80-01762 1305 5C 

Note on Rapid and Sensitive Method for the 
Determination of Anionic Detergents in Natural 
Waters, at the PPB Level, 
W80-02465 1307 5C 

Studies in Regard to Different Types of Action 
of Detergents on Marine Species (In French), 
W80-02944 1308 5 A 

Distribution and Impact of Anionic Detergents 
on a Pelagic Ecosystem, (In French). 
W80-03234 1309 5B 

Influence of Crude Oil and Detergents on the 
Concentration of some Ions in Hemolymph of 
the Shrimp Crangon Crangon L. and the Crab 
Rhithropanopeus Harrisi Gould, 
W80-03277 1309 5B 

Purification and Properties of Soluble Arylsul- 
phatases Isolated from Hepatopancreas of the 
Shrimp Crangon Crangon L. 
W80-03278 1309 5 A 

Review of Experiments on the Chronic Toxicity 
Exerted by Some Pollutants on Animal Species 
from the Bay of Gdansk, 
W80-03298 1309 5 A 

The Acute Toxicity of Eleven Detergents to 
Fish: Results of an Interlaboratory Exercise, 
W80-04341 1313 5C 

Changes in the Ultrastructure of the Gill Epithe- 
lium of Patella Vulgata after Exposure to North 
Sea Crude Oil and Dispersants, 
W80-06280 1320 5C 

DETERMINATION 

Comparisons of Four Methods for Determina- 
tion of Degree of Peat Humification (Decompo- 
sition) With Emphasis on the Von Post Method, 
W80-05649 1317 21 

DETRITAL PARTICULATE MATTER 

Sedimentation of Detrital Particulate Matter in 
Lakes: Influence of Currents Produced by In- 
flowing Rivers, 
W80-06390 1321 2H 



DETRITUS 

Probable Agents for the Formation of Detritus 
from the Halophyte, Spartina Alterniflora, 
W80-O0036 1301 21 

Assimilation of Particulate Organic Carbon by 

Estuarine and Coastal Copepods, 

W80-01453 1304 5C 

Measurement of Phytoplankton Growth by Par- 
ticle Counting, 
W80-04648 1314 5 A 

Experimental Degradation of Detritus made 
from the Salt Marsh Plants Spartina Alterniflora 
Loisel., Salicornia Virginica L., and Juncus Roe- 
merianus Scheele, 
W80-05321 1316 21 

DETROIT (MI) 
Calculating Overflows from Combined Sewer 
Systems, 
W80-01862 1305 5D 

DEUTERIUM 

The Application of the Gamma Neutron Method 
for Transport Studies in Field Soils, 
W80-04032 1312 2G 

DEVELOPED COUNTRIES 

Growth, Technology Transfer and the Environ- 
ment, 
W80-01306 1304 6B 

DEVELOPED WATERS 

Wetland Development, An Alternative, 
W80-02277 1306 6A 

DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 

Water, Women, and Development, 

W8O-O0416 1302 6A 

World Employment Programme: Appropriate 
Construction Technology for Water Control and 
Irrigation Works in Developing Countries, 
W80-00419 1302 6A 

Technical Cooperation Among Developing 
Countries with Regard to Water Resources De- 
velopment. 
W80-00425 1302 6E 

Assessment of Water Resources: Networks, Sur- 
veys, Services, and Related Facilities: Present 
Status and Requirements by 2000. 
W8O-O0426 1302 6A 

Report on Community Water Supplies, 
W80-0O427 1302 5F 

Water for the Thousand Millions, 

W8O-0O432 1302 6A 

Irrigation Management in Developing Coun- 
tries: A Suggested Action Programme, 
W80-00481 1302 3F 

Growth, Technology Transfer and the Environ- 
ment, 
W80-01306 1304 6B 

Water Pollution Control in the Republic of 

China, 

W80-01608 1305 5C 

Preventive Control of Water Pollution in Devel- 
oping Countries, 
W80-01609 1305 6A 

Water Pollution Control-Some Latin American 

Approaches, 

W80-01610 1305 6B 



Water Quality Management, 
W80-01612 



1305 5G 



Integrated Pollution Control - A Model for 

Developing Countries, 

W80-01616 1305 6A 



Implementation of Water Pollution Control Pro- 
gram: A Joint Industry-Government Approach, 
W80-01617 1305 6B 

Integrated Approach to Pollution Control Surat, 

India: A Case Study, 

W80-01619 1305 5C 

Structural Designs and Problems for Water Pol- 
lution Control, 
W80-01620 1305 5C 

River, Estuary, Lake and Reservoir Quality 

Management, 

W 80-0 1624 1305 5 A 

Optimization of Sewage Treatment and Fish 

Propagation in Ponds, 

W80-01633 1305 6B 

Anaerobic Digestion-Optimization of Energy 

Source from Wastes, 

W80-01643 1305 5D 

Technology Transfer from Developed to Devel- 
oping Countries in the Area of Community 
Wastewater Management, 
W80-01644 1305 5D 

An Immediate Means of Urban Water Pollution 

Control in Developing Countries, 

W80-01649 1305 5D 

Appropriate Waste Treatment for Tropical Cli- 
mates: A State-of-the-Art Review, 
W80-01677 1305 5D 

Deep Seabed Mining and Developing Countries: 
Consideration of Distributional Factors, 
W80-02010 1306 6B 

Low Cost, Labor Intensive Coastal Develop- 
ment Appropriate Technology, 
W80-02142 1306 6C 

Designing for Development: What is Appropri- 
ate Technology for Rural Water and Sanitation. 
W80-03592 1310 6B 

The Analysis of Risk in Irrigation Projects in 

Developing Countries, 

W80-03851 1311 6B 

Multinational Corporations, Nation-States and 
Ocean Resource Management: The Impact of 
the World's 200-Mile Economic Zone on Multi- 
national and National Development, 
W80-03859 1311 6E 

Water Rate Policy: Lessons from Less Devel- 
oped Countries, 
W80-04162 1312 6C 

Optimizing the Benefits of Investments in Sew- 
erage in Developing Countries, 
W80-04163 1312 6B 

Some Policy Implications of Water Develop- 
ment, 
W80-04184 1312 6D 

Management of Rural Water Supplies, 
W80-04185 1312 6D 

DEVELOPMENT 

The Acquisition of Development Rights in the 
Coastal Zone: An Alternative to Wetlands Reg- 
ulation, 
W80-05913 1318 6E 

DEVILS HOLE AREA (NEV) 

Water-Resources Data Collected in the Devils 
Hole Area, Nye County, Nevada 1976-77, 
W80-04853 1315 4B 

DEVON (ENGLAND) 

An Analysis of the Processes of River Bank 

Erosion, 

W80-00612 1302 2 J 



SU-103 



DEVON (ENGLAND) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Estimation of Drainage Density from Topologi- 
cal Variables, 
W80-00953 1303 2E 

DEVON ISLAND 

Discontinuous Flow, Ice Texture, and Dirt Con- 
tent in the Basal Layers of the Devon Island Ice 
Cap, 
W80-04327 1313 2C 

DEWATERED DREDGED MATERIAL 

Best Ways to Dewater Dredged Material, 
W80-00733 1302 2G 

DEWATERING 

Processing and Neutralization of Industrial 
Wastes from Iron and Steel Effluents Treatment, 
W80-00114 1301 5D 

Fundamental Principles of Selecting the Method 
for Processing Sewage Sediments in Accordance 
with Their Properties, 
W80-OO115 1301 5D 

Tomato Cleaning, Water Recycle and Mud 

Dewatering, 

W8O-O012O 1301 5D 

Best Ways to Dewater Dredged Material, 
W80-O0733 1302 2G 

Ground Water Control to the Rescue: Two Case 

Histories, 

W80-02648 1307 8H 

Depressurization of a Multi-Layered Artesian 
System for Water and Grout Control During 
Deep Mine-Shaft Development, 
W80-O3O38 1309 2F 

Deep Excavation in Puerto Rico is Dewatered, 
W80-04944 1315 8B 

DIAGENESIS 

Amino Acid Diagenesis and Adsorption in Near- 
shore Anoxic Sediments, 
W80-02673 1307 2J 

Zinc in the Conwy River and Estuary, 
W80-03029 1309 2L 

The Volume-Averaged Mass-Transport Equa- 
tion for Chemical Diagenetic Models, 
W80-03044 1309 5B 

DIALYSIS 

A Comparison Between the Cell Division Rate 
of Natural Populations of the Marine Diatom 
Skeletonema Costatum (Greville) Cleve Grown 
in Dialysis Culture and That Predicted from a 
Mathematical Model, 
W80-03109 1309 5C 

DIAPAUSE 

Equivalence of Copepod and Insect Diapause, 
W80-02544 1307 5C 

DIATOMS 

Growth and Competition of the Marine Diatoms 
Phaeodactylum Tricornutum and Thalassiosira 
Pseudonana, I. Nutrient Effects, 
W80-00515 1302 5C 

The Diatomflora of a Small Stream Near Abisko 
(Swedish Lapland) and Its Annual Periodicity, 
Judged by Drift and Colonization, 
W80-00516 1302 5C 



Zinc Uptake in Marine Diatoms, 
W80-O0669 



1302 5A 



Unexpected Response to Vitamin B12 of Domi- 
nant Centric Diatoms from the Spring Bloom in 
the Gulf of Maine (Northeast Atlantic Ocean), 
W80-00681 1302 5C 



Growth and Competition of the Marine Diatoms 
Phaeodactylum Tricornutum and Thalassiosira 
Pseudonana. II. Light Limitation, 
W80-01119 1303 5C 

Effects of Ammonia Enrichment and High Light 
Intensity on a Salt Marsh Diatom Community, 
W80-01258 1304 5C 

Nitrate Utilization by Thematom Skeletonema 
Costatum, I. Kinetics of Nitrate Uptake, 
W80-01350 1304 5C 

Nitrate Utilization by The Diatom Skeletonema 
Costatum, II. Regulation of Nitrate Uptake, 
W80-01351 1304 5C 

Spartial Variation in Epilithic Algae in a Stony 
Stream (Wilfin Beck) with Particular Reference 
to Cocconeis Placentula, 
W80-01360 1304 5C 

The Diatoms of Contemporary and Ancient 
Sediments from Lake Waiau, and their Geo- 
chemical Environment, 
W80-01371 1304 5C 

Distribution of Intertidal Diatoms Associated 
with Sediments in Yaquina Estuary, Oregon, 
W80-01436 1304 5C 

Phytoplankton Ecology of Shatt Al-Arab River 

at Basrah, Iraq, 

W80-01712 1305 5C 

Effects of Temperature and Salinity on the 
Growth of the Benthic Diatom Nitzschiaovalis 
Arnott (Bacillariophyceae), 
W80-01776 1305 5A 

The Effect of Nickel on the Growth of the 
Freshwater Diatom Navicula Pelliculosa, 
W80-01897 1305 5 A 

Effects of Thermally Elevated Discharges on 
the Structure and Composition of Estuarine Per- 
iphyton Diatom Assemblages, 
W80-02386 1306 5C 

Epiphytic Diatoms of Three Seagrass Species in 

Mississippi Sound, 

W80-02602 1307 5 A 

Effects of Arsenic Speciation and Phosphate 
Concentration on Arsenic Inhibition of Skele- 
tonema Costatum (Bacillariophyceae), 
W80-02975 1308 5 A 

A Comparison Between the Cell Division Rate 
of Natural Populations of the Marine Diatom 
Skeletonema Costatum (Greville) Cleve Grown 
in Dialysis Culture and That Predicted from a 
Mathematical Model, 
W80-03109 1309 5C 

Uptake of Hydrocarbons by the Marine Diatom 

Cyclotella Cryptica, 

W80-03267 1309 5A 

Diatoms and Water Quality in Lowland Streams 
in the Province of Northern Brabant (The Neth- 
erlands), 
W80-03275 1309 5C 

Fundamental Studies on the Influence of Oil 
Pollution Upon Marine Organisms-IV the Tox- 
icity of Mixtures of Oil Products and Oil-Spill 
Emulsifiers to Phytoplankton (In Japanese), 
W80-03338 1310 5C 

Taxonomic Notes on Epiphytic Diatoms of Mis- 
sissippi Sound, U.S.A., 
W80-03781 1311 5C 

Application of in Situ Cage Cultures of Phyto- 
plankton for Monitoring Heavy Metal Pollution 
in Two Norwegian Fjords, 
W80-03800 1311 5C 



Species Composition and Seasonal Occurence of 
Centric Diatoms in a Polluted Marine Environ- 
ment, 
W80-03820 131) 5C 

Heavy Metal Tolerance of Marine Phytoplank- 
ton IV. Combined Effect of Zinc and Cadmium 
on Growth and Uptake in Some Marine Dia- 
toms, 
W80-02982 1312 5A 

Skeletonema Potamos (Weber) Hasle and Cyclo- 
tella Atomus Hustedt (Bacillariophyceae) in the 
Plankton of Rivers in England and France, 
W80-04120 1312 21 

The Potential Effects of Energy Related Activi- 
ties on the Seasonal Trajectories of Epiphytic 
Marine Diatoms, 
W80-04125 1312 5C 

Epipelic and Epilithic Diatom Assemblages in 
Montezuma Well National Monument, Arizona, 
W80-04133 1312 5C 

Buoyancy of Natural Populations of Marine 

Phytoplankton, 

W80-04139 1312 5C 

A Diatom Assemblage Living Below the Sur- 
face of Intertidal Sand Flats, 
W80-04143 1312 2L 

Interaction (Allelopathy) Between Marine Dia- 
toms: Thalassiosira Pseudonana and Phaeodacty- 
lum Tricornutum, 
W80-04281 1313 5C 

Toxicity of Heavy Metals to the Marine Diatom 
Ditylum Brightwellii (West) Grunow: Correla- 
tion Between Toxicity and Metal Speciation, 
W80-04414 1313 5A 

Diatom Associations and Succession in Lake 

Kariba, South Central Africa, 

W80-O4455 1313 5C 

The Uptake of Urea by the Diatom, Phaeodacty- 
lum, 
W80-O4653 1314 5C 

The Occurrence of a Hypersensitive Reaction in 
the Planktonic Diatom Asterionella Formosa 
Hassall Parasitized by the Chytrid Rhizophy- 
dium Planktonicum Canter Emend., In Culture, 
W80-04654 1314 5C 

The Effects of Mercury Exposure on Intracellu- 
lar Distribution of Mercury, Copper and Zinc in 
Skeletonema Costatum (Grev.) Cleve, 
W80-04695 1314 5B 

Influence of Secondarily Treated Kraft Mill Ef- 
fluent on the Accumulation Rate of Attached 
Algae in Experimental Continuous-Flow 
Troughs, 
W80-04715 1314 5C 

Substrate Competition Between a Salt Marsh 

Diatom and a Bacterial Population, 

W80-05616 1317 21 

Long-Term Effects of Manipulating Light Inten- 
sity and Nutrient Enrichment on the Structure 
of a Salt Marsh Diatom Community, 
W80-05621 1317 21 

Irrigation Return Water Impact on Selected At- 
tached Diatoms in the Sacramento River, Cali- 
fornia, 
W 80-06080 1319 5C 

The Annual Cycle of Plankton Diatom Growth 
and Silica Production in the Inner Oslofjord, 
W80-06115 1319 2L 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



DIFFUSIVITY 



Role of Nutrient Limitation and Competition in 
Controlling the Populations of a Diatom and a 
Blue-Green Alga, 
W80-06265 1320 5C 

DIBENZOTHIOPHENES 

Identification of Organic Sulfur Compounds 
Transferred to Fish from Petroleum Suspension 
by Mass Chromatography, 
W80-03671 1311 5B 

DICHLOROBENZIDINE (DCB) 

Accumulation, Elimination, and Metabolism of 
Dichlorobenzidine in the Bluegill Sunfish, 
W80-03334 1310 5B 

DICTIONARY USE INFORMATION 

Definitions of Components of the Water Data 
Sources Directory Maintained by the National 
Water Data Exchange, 
W80-06235 1320 10D 

DIDINIUM 

Utilization of Dissolved Organic Carbon by He- 
terotrophic Bacteria and Protozoa, 
W80-0I797 1305 6G 

DIEL MIGRATION 

A Preliminary Study of Zooplankton Sound 
Scattering Layers in Balsfjorden: Structure, En- 
ergetics, and Migrations, 
W80-00983 1303 5C 

Diurnal Vertical Distribution of Zooplankton 
During Stratification in Kainji Lake, Nigeria, 
W80-01788 1305 5C 

Diel Patterns of Phytoplankton Productivity and 
Extracellular Release in Ultra-Oligotrophic 
Lake Tahoe, 
W80-04399 1313 5C 

DIELDRIN 

Electric Fish as a Tool for Water Quality As- 
sessment, 
W80-00659 1302 5 A 

Effect of Selected Water Toxicants and Other 
Chemicals upon Adenosine Triphosphatase Ac- 
tivity in Vitro, 
W80-01073 1303 5A 

Influences of Dieldrin on the Growth and Body 
Composition of Fingerling Rainbow Trout 
(Salmo gairdneri) fed Oregon Moist Pellets or 
Tubificid Worms (Tubifex Sp.), 
W80-01746 1305 5A 

Dieldrin in A River Catchment and Potential 

Methods of Removal, 

W80-06283 1320 5D 

DIETRICH RIVER 

Some Larvae of Diamesinae and Podonominae, 
Chironomidae from the Brooks Range, Alaska, 
with Provisional Key, 
W80-00218 1301 1A 

DIETS 

The Biochemical Composition of the Larvae of 
Two Strains of Artemia Salina (L.) Reared on 
two Different Algal Foods, 
W80-00502 1302 5C 

DIFFUSERS 

Staged Multiport Diffusers, 

W80-03717 1311 5B 

Numerical Analysis of Wide- Angled Diffusers in 

Turbulent Flow, 

W80-05848 1318 8B 

DIFFUSION 

Diffusion of Dissolved Gas in Consolidating 

Porous Media, 

W80-00095 1301 2F 



Lagrangian and Eulerian Measurements of Hori- 
zontal Mixing in the Baltic, 
W80-00359 1301 5B 

Absorption of Water by Soil: The Constant Flux 

Boundary Condition, 

W80-00596 1302 2G 

Estimates of Vertical Eddy Diffusion Through 
the Thermocline from Phytoplankton Nitrate 
Uptake Rates in the Mixed Layer of the Eastern 
Tropical Pacific, 
W80-00630 1302 2L 

The Diffusion and Nonequilibrium Thermody- 
namic Equations of Water Vapor in Soils Under 
Temperature Gradients, 
W80-01266 1304 2G 

On the Reoxygenation Efficiency of Diffused 

Air Aeration, 

W80-01846 1305 5G 

Oceanic Diffusion of a Severe Accidential Radi- 
onuclide Release from a Subsea Nuclear Power 
Plant, 
W80-02067 1306 5B 

Jet Injections for Optimum Mixing in Pipe 

Flow, 

W80-02470 1307 5F 

An Improved Monte Carlo Procedure for the 
Solution of the Steady-State, Two-Dimensional 
Diffusion Equation with Application to Flow 
Through Porous Media, 
W80-02607 1307 6 A 



Staged Multiport Diffusers, 
W80-03717 



1311 5B 



Sediments Suspended in Stream Flow, 
W80-03718 1311 2 J 

A Note on Diffusion from a Continuous Line 

Source in a Time Varying Flow, 

W80-04037 1312 5B 

Diffusion of a Passive Scalar with Random Ad- 

vection, 

W80-04821 1315 5B 

The Determination of Eddy Diffusion Coeffi- 
cients Using Natural Tracers, 
W80-04841 1315 5B 

An Application of Brutsaert's and Optimization 
Techniques to the Nonlinear Diffusion Equation: 
The Influence of Tailing, 
W80-05136 1316 2G 

Effects of Equation Averaging on Model Verifi- 
cation, 
W80-05200 1316 2E 

Northwest Gulf of Alaska Shelf Circulation, 
W80-05343 1316 5A 

In Situ Measurements of Pore Water Diffusion 

Coefficients Using Tritiated Water, 

W80-05424 1317 2F 

Simultaneous Transport of Water and 3HOH in 

Water, 

W80-05472 1317 2G 

The Diffusion Coefficients of Sulfate, Ammoni- 
um, and Phosphate Ions in Anoxic Marine Sedi- 
ments, 
W80-05490 1317 2 J 

Vertical Diffusion Rates Determined by Tritium 
Tracer Experiments in the Thermocline and Hy- 
polimnion of Two Lakes, 
W80-05493 1317 2H 

Solution of the Transport Equations Using a 

Moving Coordinate System, 

W80-05767 1318 2F 



Numerical Analysis of Wide- Angled Diffusers in 

Turbulent Flow, 

W80-05848 1318 8B 

Experiments on Arrested Saline Wedge, 
W80-06128 1319 2L 

The Effect of Moisture on Phosphorus Diffusion 

in Coal Mine Spoils, 

W80-06186 1319 5C 

Storage of Freshwater in Saline Aquifers, 
W80-06199 1319 4B 

Column Dynamics of Ternary Ion Exchange 
Part I: Diffusional and Mass Transfer Relatons, 
W80-06270 1320 5B 

Column Dynamics of Ternary Ion Exchange 
Part II: Solution Mass Transfer Controlling, 
W80-06271 1320 5B 

Some Accurate Numerical Solutions of the Soil- 
Water Diffusion Equation, 
W80-06491 1324 2G 

Adjoint-State Finite Element Equations for Pa- 
rameter Estimation, 
W80-06869 1324 2F 

Estimation of the diffusivity Distribution in an 

Inhomogeneous Aquifer, 

W80-06870 1324 2F 

A Finite Element Model Incorporating Charac- 
teristics for the Diffusion-Convection Equation, 
W80-06886 1324 5B 

Finite Element Simulation of Anisotropic Tur- 
bulent Diffusion in Lakes, 
W80-06887 1324 2H 

Alternating Direction Collocation Solution to 

the Transport Equation, 

W80-06888 1324 5B 

A Finite Element Solution of the One-Dimen- 
sional Diffusion-Convection Equation, 
W80-06890 1324 5B 

Effective and Highly Accurate Solution of Dif- 
fusion and Convection-Diffusion Problems 
Using Moving, Deforming Coordinates, 
W80-06891 1324 5B 

Identification of Parameters in a Convection- 
Diffusion Equation Using the Finite Element 
Method, 
W80-06892 1324 5B 

DIFFUSION EQUATION 

An Improved Monte Carlo Procedure for the 
Solution of the Steady-State, Two-Dimensional 
Diffusion Equation with Application to Flow 
Through Porous Media, 
W80-02607 1307 6A 

DIFFUSIVITY 

The Compressibility and Hydraulic Diffusivity 

of a Water-Steam Flow, 

W80-00090 1301 2G 

Physical Components of the Diffusivity Coeffi- 
cient, 
W80-00754 1302 2G 

Variations of Longitudinal Diffusivity in the 

Hudson Estuary, 

W80-00961 1303 2L 

Aquifer Diffusivity from Noisy Boundary Data, 
W80-00971 1303 2F 

Flux-Controlled Sorptivity Measurements to 
Determine Soil Hydraulic Property Functions, 
W80-02164 1306 2G 

Generalized Distribution of Turbulent Diffusi- 
vity, 
W80-02192 1306 2E 



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DIFUSION 



SUBJECT INDEX 



DIFUSION 

Power Plant Diffuser-Pipe System, 
W80-02692 



1307 5B 



DIGESTION 

Nutritive Value of Dried or Ensiled Aquatic 

Plants. II. Digestibility by Sheep, 

W80-00299 1301 21 

Taxonomic Characteristics of Aquatic Plants 
from the Alimentary Tract of Grass Carp, 
W80-03831 1311 4A 

DIGITAL TRANSPORT MODEL 

Digital-Transport Model Study of 

Diisopropylmethylphosphonate (DIMP) 

Ground-Water Contamination at the Rocky 
Mountain Arsenal, Colorado, 
W80-05297 1316 5B 

DIISOPROPYLMETHYLPHOSPHONATE 

Digital-Transport Model Study of 

Diisopropylmethylphosphonate (DIMP) 

Ground-Water Contamination at the Rocky 
Mountain Arsenal, Colorado, 
W80-05297 1316 5B 

DILLON RESERVOIR (CO) 

Hydrologic Effects of Annually Diverting 
131,000 Acre- Feet of Water from Dillon Reser- 
voir, Central Colorado, 
W80-01429 1304 6D 

DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS 

Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Digi- 
tal Flow Models for the Salinas Valley Ground- 
Water Basin, California, 
W80-00238 1301 2A 

DIMETHYL SULFATE 

The Effect of Dimethyl Sulfate on the Repro- 
ductive System of the Loach, Misgurnus Fossi- 
lis, 
W80-01743 1305 5 A 

DIMETHYL SULFIDE 

Volatile Organic Sulfides from Freshwater 

Algae, 

W80-04128 1312 5C 

DIMILIN 

Effect of Dimilin on Development of Lake 
Larvae of the Stone Crab Menippe Mercenaria, 
and the Blue Crab, Callinectes Sapidus, 
W80-01343 1304 5C 

DINITRAMINE 

Biotransformation of Selected Chemicals By 

Fish, 

W80-06275 1320 5B 

DINOFLAGELLATES 

The Seeding of Two Red Tide Blooms by the 

Gemination of Benthic Gonyaulax Tamarensis 

Hypnocysts, 

W80-01458 1304 5C 

Physiological and Environmental Constraints in 
the Ecology of the Planktonic Dinoflagellate 
Ceratium Hirundinella, 
W80-02092 1306 5 A 

Recycling of Metabolized Iron by the Marine 
Dinoflagellate Amphidinium Carterae, 
W80-02976 1308 5B 

Effects of Dinoflagellate Bioluminescence on the 
Ingestion Rates of Herbivorous Zooplankton, 
W80-03782 1311 5C 

An Investigation of Heterotrophic and Photohe- 
terotrophic Capabilities in Marine Pyrrhophyta, 
W 80-042 8 5 1313 5C 

Toxic Dinoflagcllates and Tidal Power Genera- 
tion in the Bay of Fundy, Canada, 

W80-O4704 1314 5 A 



First Record of a Bloom of Gonyaulax Monilata 

in Coastal Waters of Mississippi, 

W80-04892 1315 5A 

DINOPHILUS 

The Effects of Interacting Salinity, Cadmium, 
and Mercury on Population Growth of an Ar- 
chiannelid, Dinophilus Gyrociliatus, 
W80-04403 1313 5A 

DIOXIN 

The Response of Coho Salmon and Guppies to 

2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-P-Dioxin (TCDD) in 

Water, 

W80-O0651 1302 5A 

DIPHENYL OXIDE 

Taint Threshold of Diphenyl Oxide in Rainbow 

Trout, 

W80-O0828 1303 5A 

DIPTERA 

The Use of Chironomid Pupal Exuviae in the 
Surveillance of Sewage Pollution Within a 
Drainage System, 
W80-00794 1302 5A 

Ability of Chironomid Larvae to Colonize Sub- 
strates Variously Positioned in a Lake, 
W80-01058 1303 5A 

The Fauna of the Muddy Sediments of Lough 

Neagh, with Particular Reference to Eutrophi- 

cation, 

W80-01356 1304 5C 

Life-History and Distribution of Simulation Aus- 
teni (Diptera: Simuliidae) In Relation to Phyto- 
plankton in Some Southern English Rivers, 
W80-01361 1304 5C 

Evaluation of the Mesh Bag Method for Study- 
ing Leaf Colonization by Stream Invertebrates, 
W80-01709 1305 5C 

Regional Coexistence of Four Chaoborus Spe- 
cies, 
W80-02562 1307 5C 

Study of Dynamics of Populations of Aquatic 
Insects: The Problem of Variability in Life His- 
tory Exemplified by Tipula Sacra Alexander 
(Diptera: Tipulidae), 
W80-02563 1307 5C 

Phenology of Chironomus Spp. In Saline Lakes 

of Central British Columbia, 

W80-02564 1307 5C 

Seasonal and Between Year Variation in the 
Chironomid Larvae of a Chalk Stream, 
W80-02565 1307 5C 

Chironomid Communities as Water Quality Indi- 
cators, 
W80-03224 1309 5C 

A Comparison of Tolerance to Phenol Exhibited 
by Aquatic Insects and Arachnida During Onto- 
genesis, 
W80-04724 1314 5C 

Melimex, an Experimental Heavy Metal Pollu- 
tion Study: Oligochaetes and Chironomid 
Larvae in Heavy Metal Loaded and Control 
Limno-Corrals, 
W80-04902 1315 5B 

Relationships Between Dipteran Emergence and 
Phytoplankton Production in the Experimental 
Lakes Area, Northwestern Ontario, 
W80-05425 1317 2H 

DIQUAT 

Changes in Phosphorus Concentration in a Eu- 
trophic Lake as a Result of Macrophyte-Kill 
Following Herbicide Application, 
W80-04276 1313 5C 



DIRECTIONAL CHANGE 

Glacier Surveys in Alberta - 1977, 

W80-04570 1314 2C 

DISASTER LOANS 

Flood Insurance or Disaster Loans: An Eco- 
nomic Evaluation, 
W 80-00492 1302 6B 

DISASTERS 

Emergencies in Water Delivery, 

W80-01001 1303 7A 

Data Needs for Disaster Policy Making, 
W80-02808 1308 7 A 

A Chance-Constrained Goal Programming 

Model to Evaluate Response Resources for 
Marine Pollution Disasters, 

W80-04164 1312 6A 

DISCHARGE 

Ground Water Interactions with Wetlands, 
W80-03926 1312 2A 

DISCHARGE MEASUREMENT 

Escherichia Coli Bacteriophages as Tracers in 

Water Movement Studies, 

W80-02509 1307 5A 



Broad-Crested Weirs for Portable Flow Meter- 

1314 8A 



ing, 
W80-04527 



Discharge Data at Water-Quality Monitoring 
Stations in Arkansas, 1978 Water Year, 
W80-04851 1315 7A 

A Numerical-Experimental Study of Parshall 

Flumes, 

W80-06608 1324 7B 

DISCHARGE RATES 

Dispersion and Impact of Mobile River System 

Waters in Mobile Bay, Alabama, 

W80-00491 1302 2E 

DISCHARGE (WATER) 

Relative Accuracy of Connecting Channel Dis- 
charge Data with Application to Great Lakes 
Studies, 
W80-O0347 1301 2E 

Some Dimensional Considerations in the Unit 

Hydrograph Theory, 

W80-O0591 1302 2E 

Influence of Turbulence on the Accuracy of 
Discharge Measurements in Natural Stream- 
flows, 
W80-00745 1302 2E 

Submarine Wasterwater Outfall - Near Field 

Flow Dynamics and Mixing, 

W80-01387 1304 6A 

A Model for the Analysis of Seasonal Aspects of 

Water Quality Control, 

W80-01408 1304 6A 

An Investigation of Proposed Effluent Dis- 
charge into a Tropical Mangrove Estuary, 
W80-01613 1305 5C 

Escherichia Coli Bacteriophages as Tracers in 

Water Movement Studies, 

W80-02509 1307 5 A 



Nile River Discharge, 
W80-02901 



1308 2B 



Relationships Between Stream Discharge and 
Yield of Dissolved Substances from a Colorado 
Mountain Watershed, 
W80-03191 1309 5B 

Dumanli Spring, Turkey-The Largest Karstic 

Spring in the World, 

W 80-04029 1312 2F 



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The Linear Reservoir with Markovian Inflows, 
W80-04035 1312 2H 

Quantitative Determination of the Subglacial 
Hydrology of Two Alpine Glaciers, 
W80-04338 1313 2C 

Stochastic Synthesis of Hydrologic Data Based 
on Concepts of Pattern Recognition, I. General 
Methodology of the Approach, 
W80-04510 1314 2E 

Hydrologic Characteristics of Australian 

Streams, 

W80-05120 1316 2E 

Vortex Formation in a Powerplant Collection 

Basin, 

W80-05188 1316 8B 



Compound Weir Discharge, 
W80-05194 



1316 8B 



Geochemical Significance of Groundwater Dis- 
charge and Carbonate Solution to the Formation 
of Caleta Xel Ha, Quintana Roo, Mexico, 
W80-05704 1318 2F 



Lateral Weir Flow Model, 
W80-05733 



1318 2E 



Effective and Bankfull Discharges of Streams in 
the Yampa River Basin, Colorado and Wyo- 
ming, 
W80-06246 1320 2J 

Wind Stress Effects on Detroit River Dis- 
charges, 
W80-06448 1321 2E 

The Preservation of Skewness in Linear Disag- 
gregation Schemes, 
W80-06471 1324 2E 

Near Field Mixing of Staged Diffuser, 
W80-06819 1324 8B 

DISCOUNT RATES 

Some Water Resource Policy Considerations, 
W80-02026 1306 6B 

DISEASE 

Human Viruses in the Aquatic Environment: A 
Status Report with Emphasis on the EPA Re- 
search Program. 
W80-03922 1312 5 A 

DISEASES 

Water: A Perspective on Global Issues and Poli- 
tics, 
W80-01688 1305 4 A 

Domestic Water Supplies, Health and Poverty: 

A Brief Review, 

W80-O4183 1312 6D 

DISECONOMIES OF SCALE 

Capital Cost Functions of a Surface Water 
Treatment Plant and its Components, 
W80-04161 1312 6C 

DISINFECTANTS 

Toxicity of Fishery Chemicals to the Asiatic 

Clam, Corbicula Manilensis, 

W80-00785 1302 5A 

An Attempt to Disinfect Fish Ponds with Am- 
monia Water (In Polish), 
W80-02103 1306 5 A 

DISINFECTION 

Disinfection by Ultraviolet Light, 

W80-01722 1305 5F 

Ozone and Ultraviolet Radiation Disinfection 
for Small Community Water Systems, 
W80-02725 1308 5F 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Progress in Wastewater Disinfection Technol- 
ogy, Proceedings of the National Symposium, 
Cincinnati, OH, September 18-20, 1978. 
W80-02812 1308 5D 

Effectiveness of Chlorine Dioxide as a 

Wastewater Disinfectant, 

W80-02817 1308 5D 

Chlorine Dioxide: Analytical Measurement and 

Pilot Plant Evaluation, 

W80-02818 1308 5D 

Effect of Particulates on Inactivation of Entero- 
viruses in Water by Chlorine Dioxide, 
W80-02819 1308 5D 

Utility of UV 'Disinfection' of Secondary Efflu- 
ent, 
W80-02820 1308 5D 

UV Disinfection of Secondary Effluent, 
W80-02821 1308 5D 

Full Scale Evaluation of Ultraviolet Disinfection 

of a Secondary Effluent, 

W80-02822 1308 5D 

Comparison of MPN and MF Techniques of 
Enumerating Coliform Bacteria in Ozonated 
Wastewater Effluent, 
W80-02823 1308 5D 

Comparative Efficiencies of Ozone Utilization 
and Microorganism Reduction in Different 
Ozone Contactors, 
W80-02824 1308 5D 

Economic Evaluation of Ozone Contactors, 
W80-02825 1308 5D 

Field Scale Evaluation of Wastewater Disinfec- 
tion by Ozone Generated from Air, 
W80-02826 1308 5D 

Field-Scale Evaluation of Wastewater Disinfec- 
tion by Ozone Generated from Oxygen, 
W80-02827 1308 5D 

Virus Inactivation in Wastewater Effluents by 
Chlorine, Ozone, and Ultraviolet Light, 
W80-02828 1308 5D 

Effects of Chlorine, Ozone, and Ultraviolet 

Light on Nonvolatile Organics in Wastewater 

Effluents, 

W80-02829 1308 5D 

Mutagenic Activity of Nonvolatile Organics De- 
rived from Treated and Untreated Wastewater 
Effluents, 
W80-02830 1308 5D 

Planning Decisions in Selecting Wastewater Ef- 
fluent Disinfection for the Olentangy Environ- 
mental Control Center, 
W80-02831 1308 5D 

Effect of Particulates on Disinfection of Entero- 
viruses in Water by Chlorine Dioxide, 
W80-02998 1308 5D 

The Placing of the Disinfection Stage in a Recla- 
mation Plant to Reduce Haloform Formation, 
W80-03324 1310 5F 

Iodophor Disinfection of MuskeKunge Eggs 
Under Intensive Culture in Hatcheries, 
W80-03337 1310 5A 

Disinfection/Treatment of Combined Sewer 

Overflows, Syracuse, New York, 

W80-03651 ' 1311 5D 

Comparison of Ozone Contactors for Municipal 
Wastewater Effluent Disinfection - Packed 
Column Versus Jet Scrubber, 
W80-03653 1311 5D 



DISPERSION 

Effect of Particulates on Ozone Disinfection of 

Bacteria and Viruses in Water, 

W80-03654 1311 5F 



Bacteria: What are They, 
W80-04748 



1314 5A 



Rusty Monsters-Disinfectant Control of Iron 

Bacterial Infestation, 

W80-05614 1317 5F 

DISPERSANTS 

Effects of Kuwait Oils on Feeding Rates of 

Copepods, 

W80-00666 1302 5 A 

Effects of Corexit 9527 on the Hatchability of 

Mallard Eggs, 

W80-01107 1303 5 A 

Distribution of Hydrocarbons Among Oil, 
Water and Vapor Phases During Oil Dispersant 
Toxicity Tests, 
W80-01346 1304 5 A 

Short- and Long-Term Effects of Some Pollut- 
ants on Benthic Copepods of Genus Tisbe (Co- 
pepoda, Harpacticoida), 
W80-02380 1306 5 A 

Effects of Three Oil Spill Dispersants on Marine 
Bacterial Populations. I. Preliminary Study. 
Quantitative Evolution of Aerobes, 
W80-02978 1308 5 A 

Toxicity Testing in the United Kingdom for the 
Evaluation of Oil Slick Dispersants, 
W80-03214 1309 5A 

Acute Aquatic Toxicity and Dispersing Effec- 
tiveness of Oil Spill Dispersants: Results of a 
Canadian Oil Dispersant Testing Program (1973 
to 1977), 
W80-03215 1309 5 A 

Effect of a Chemical Dispersant on Microbial 
Utilization of Petroleum Hydrocarbons, 
W80-03216 1309 5 A 

Effects of Dispersant Use on Shore Life, 
W80-03217 1309 5C 

Ecological Effects of Dispersants in the United 

Kingdom, 

W80-03218 1309 5B 

Review of Experiments on the Chronic Toxicity 
Exerted by Some Pollutants on Animal Species 
from the Bay of Gdansk, 
W80-03298 1309 5 A 

Fundamental Studies on the Influence of Oil 
Pollution Upon Marine Organisms-IV the Tox- 
icity of Mixtures of Oil Products and Oil-Spill 
Emulsifiers to Phytoplankton (In Japanese), 
W80-03338 1310 5C 

Changes in the Ultrastructure of the Gill Epithe- 
lium of Patella Vulgata after Exposure to North 
Sea Crude Oil and Dispersants, 
W80-06280 1320 5C 

DISPERSED GROWTH REACTOR 

Optimal Flow Patterns in Activated Sludge 

Process, 

W80-01668 1305 5D 

Deep Tank Aeration-Flotation for Biological 

Processing, 

W80-01669 1305 5D 

DISPERSION 

Determination of Hydrodynamic Dispersion Co- 
efficients Using 'Inverfc', 
W80-00073 1301 5B 

Impact of Dispersant Use During the Brazilian 

Marina Incident, 

W80-00156 1301 5C 



SU-107 



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DISPERSION 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Decision Criteria for the Chemical Dispersion of 

Oil Spills, 

W80-OO161 1301 5C 

The Survival of Oil Slicks on the Ocean as a 

Function of Sea State Limit, 

W80-00190 1301 5C 

Identification of Aquifer Dispersivities in Two- 
Dimensional Transient Groundwater Contami- 
nant Transport: An Optimization Approach, 
W80-00393 1301 2F 

Foundation Theories of Solute Transport in 

Porous Media: A Critical Review, 

W80-00606 1302 2 A 

Experiments in Longitudinal Dispersion with 

Dead Zones, 

W8O-0O973 1303 8B 

Discussion of the Behaviour of Nonconservative 
Dissolved Constituents in Estuaries, 
W80-01017 1303 5B 

Modeling of Oil Migration in Puget Sound, 

W 80-0 1140 1303 5C 

The Fate and Weathering of Surface Oil from 

the Bravo Blowout, 

W80-01153 1303 5C 

The Influence of Density Differences on the 
Dispersion Process in Saturated Porous Media, 
W80-01810 1305 2F 

Dispersion in Stratified Porous Media: Analyt- 
ical Solutions, 
W80-01824 1305 2F 

Determination of Aquifer Transport Parameters, 
W80-01877 1305 2F 

Two-Dimensional Buoyant Jets in Stratified 

Fluid, 

W80-02343 1306 5B 

Hydrodynamic Dispersion During Infiltration of 

Water into Soil, 

W80-02350 1306 2G 

Dispersion Modeling in Time and Two Dimen- 
sions, 
W80-02664 1307 7C 

Dispersion in Rough Rectangular Channels, 
W80-02910 1308 2E 

Laboratory Procedures for Determining the Dis- 

persibility of Clayey Soils, 

W80-03316 1310 8D 

A Comparison of the Axial Distributions of Salt 

and 137CS in the Severn Estuary During August 

1974, 

W80-03373 1310 5B 



Longitudinal Dispersion in Rivers, 
W80-03378 



1310 5B 



Presentation of Longitudinal Dispersion Data, 
W80-03379 1310 2E 

One-Dimensional Transient Model for Short- 
Term Prediction of Downstream Pollution in 
Rivers, 
W80-03461 1310 5B 

Verifying Lake Transport Models with Special 

Statistics, 

W80-03836 1311 2H 

Stochastic Analysis of Macrodispersion in a 

Stratified Aquifer, 

W80-03928 1312 2F 

Analytical Solution of a Velocity Dependent 
I Jispcrsion Problem, 

04030 1312 5B 



Dispersivity and Velocity Relationship From 

Laboratory and Field Experiments, 

W80-04235 1313 2F 

Design Criteria for Cooling- Water Outlet Struc- 
tures, 
W80-04310 1313 5B 

A Study of Strontium-90 Movement in a Sandy 

Soil, 

W80-04637 1314 7B 

Chloride Displacement by Water in Homogene- 
ous Columns of Three Soils, 
W80-04639 1314 2G 

An Analysis of Hydrodispersive Transfer in 

Aquifers, 

W80-04822 1315 2F 

Dispersion in Two-Layer Stratified Water 

Bodies, 

W80-04833 1315 2L 

The Determination of Eddy Diffusion Coeffi- 
cients Using Natural Tracers, 
W80-04841 1315 5B 

Transport Processes of Particles in Non-Dilute 
Suspensions in Turbulent Water Flow- Phase I: 
Experimental Measurements, 
W80-04866 1315 8B 

Two-Dimensional Tidally Averaged Estuarine 

Model, 

W80-05251 1316 2L 

Turbidity Dispersion in Lake Superior Through 

Use of Landsat Data, 

W80-05278 1316 2H 

Current Measurements in Possible Dispersal Re- 
gions of the Beaufort Sea, 
W80-05342 1316 5A 

Northwest Gulf of Alaska Shelf Circulation, 
W80-05343 1316 5A 

Hydrocarbons: Natural Distribution and Dy- 
namics on the Alaskan Outer Continental Shelf, 
W80-05536 1317 5C 

Mass Transport: 1. A Stochastic Analysis of 

Macroscopic Dispersion, 

W80-06149 1319 2F 

Evaluating Hydrodynamic Dispersion Coeffi- 
cients, 
W80-06634 1324 2F 

DISPERSIVITY 

Identification of Aquifer Dispersivities in Two- 
Dimensional Transient Groundwater Contami- 
nant Transport: An Optimization Approach, 
W80-01449 1304 2F 

Dispersivity and Velocity Relationship From 

Laboratory and Field Experiments, 

W80-04235 1313 2F 

DISPOSAL 

Alternatives for Wastewater Treatment in Rural 

Areas, 

W80-03131 1309 5D 

Responses of Freshwater Benthos to Open-Lake 
Dredged Spoils Disposal in Lake Erie, 
W80-0339I 1310 5C 

Disposal of Dredged Material Within the New 
York District: Volume I-Present Practices and 
Candidate Alternatives, 
W80-03586 1310 5B 

DISPOSAL AREAS 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Nott 
Island Upland Habitat Development Site, Con- 
necticut River, Connecticut; Appendix C: Post- 



propagation Monitoring of Vegetation and Wild- 
life, 
W80-00914 1303 5E 

DISSOLUTION 

Dissolution Kinetics of Silicate Rocks-Applica- 
tion to Solute Modeling, 
W80-01600 1304 IB 

Kinetic Model for the Short-Term Dissolution 

of a Rhyolitic Glass, 

W80-05870 1318 2K 

DISSOLVED CARBON 

Comparison of Diurnal Fluctuations of Dis- 
solved Inorganic Carbon and Algal Productivity 
Estimates in an Oligotrophic and Mesotrophic 
Freshwater Environment, 
W8O-OOO02 1301 5C 

DISSOLVED LOAD 

Sediment Loads of North Island Rivers, New 

Zealand-A Reconnaissance, 

W80-04644 1314 2J 

DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER 

Sources, Transportation and Utilization of Dis- 
solved Organic Matter in Groundwater and 
Streams, 
W80-00530 1302 2F 

DISSOLVED OXYGEN 

Applying Probabilistic Water Quality Standards 

in River Basin Water Quality Optimization 

Models, 

W80-00342 1301 6A 

The Survival of Smolts of Salmon Salmo Salar 
L. at Low Concentrations of Dissolved Oxygen, 
W80-00655 1302 5A 

Oxygen Depletion and Winterkill Risk in Small 
Prairie Lakes Under Extended Ice Cover, 
W80-00668 1302 5 A 

The Effects of Pollution-I iduced Oxygen Defi- 
ciency on the Benthos in Elefsis Bay, Greece, 
W80-00690 1302 5C 

Effects of Gas Supersaturation on Fish in the 

Columbia River, 

W80-00814 1303 5A 

Stochastic Water Quality Model, 

W80-01163 1303 7B 

Evaluation of Water Quality Management Pro- 
cedures used on Mississippi Catfish Farms, 
W80-01382 1304 81 

Effects of Solar Radiation on the Dynamics of 
Dissolved Oxygen in Channel Catfish Ponds, 
W80-01583 1304 81 

New Approach for Predicting Dissolved 
Oxygen Levels of Pulluted Streams, 
W80-01629 1305 5A 

Dissolved Oxygen and Water Temperature 

Studies in Pool No. 2 of the Upper Mississippi 

River, 

W80-01732 1305 5C 

On the Reoxygenation Efficiency of Diffused 

Air Aeration, 

W80-01846 1305 5G 

Mathematical Modeling of Dissolved Oxygen in 

Mixed Estuaries, 

W80-01861 1305 5B 

An Examination of the Effects of Nutrients on 
the Water Quality of Shallow Rivers, 
W80-02463 1307 5C 

Range of Changes in Fishpond Environment 
Influenced by Intensive Carp Farming, 
W80-02486 1307 5C 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



DISTRIBUTION 



Dynamics of Dissolved Oxygen in a Hypereu- 
trophic Lake: Lake Kasumigaura, Japan, 
W80-02684 1307 2H 

Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen Data for 

Lake Ontario, 1972 (IFYGL), 

W80-02727 1308 2H 

Artificial Aeration as a Lake Restoration Tech- 
nique, 
W80-02794 1308 2H 

Simplified Diurnal Curve Analysis, 

W80-02913 1308 5B 

Oxygen Deficit-Phosphorus Loading Relation 

in Lakes, 

W80-03185 1309 5B 

The Contribution of Macrophytes to the Meta- 
limnetic Oxygen Maximum in a Montane, Oligo- 
trophic Lake, 
W80-03533 1310 21 

Fish Mortality and Fishing During an Unprec- 
edented Draught in Lake Pichhola, Udaipur, 
W80-03698 1311 2H 

Use of Hypolimnetic Oxygen Depletion Rate as 

a Trophic State Index for Lakes, 

W80-03954 1312 2H 

Relationships Between Bacterial Populations 

and Oxygen Levels in the Central Basin of Lake 

Erie, 

W80-04059 1312 2H 

Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Temperature, 
Alkalinity, Dissolved Oxygen and Conductivity 
in an Oligo-Mesotrophic, Deep-Storage Reser- 
voir in Central Texas, 
W80-04135 1312 5C 

Nutrient and Oxygen Redistribution During a 
Spring Neap Tidal Cycle in a Temperature Estu- 
ary, 
W80-04212 1313 2L 

Oxygen Depletion in Lake Erie: Has There Been 

Any Change, 

W80-04225 1313 2H 

Dynamics of Dissolved Oxygen During Algal 
Bloom in Lake Kasumigaura, Japan, 
W80-04242 1313 2H 

Diurnal Oxygen Rhythm and Primary Produc- 
tion in the Mixed Layer of the Atlantic Ocean at 
20 Degrees N, 
W80-04282 1313 5 A 

Dissolved Oxygen Impact from Urban Storm 

Runoff, 

W80-04297 1313 5B 

Verification of the Water Quality Impacts of 

Combined Sewer Overflow, 

W80-04299 1313 5B 

Development and Survival of Embryos of Lake 
Herring at Different Constant Oxygen Concen- 
trations and Temperatures, 
W80-04394 1313 5C 

The Effect of Dissolved Oxygen and Salinity on 
the Toxicity of Ammonia to Smolts of Salmon, 
Salmo Salar L., 
W80-04397 1313 5 A 

Oxygen-Regime and Artificial Aeration of Net- 
Cages in Mariculture, 
W80-04410 1313 5A 

Desk Top Methodology for Modeling Biochemi- 
cal Oxygen Demand in Streams, 
W80-04673 1314 7B 



Factors Controlling Oxygen Depletion in Ice- 
Covered Lakes, 
W80-04712 1314 5A 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Silver Creek, Clark and Floyd Coun- 
ties, Indiana, 
W80-04861 1315 5B 

Dissolved Oxygen in Intragravel Water of Three 
Tributaries to Redwood Creek, Humboldt 
County, California, 
W80-05259 1316 5B 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for South Fork Wildcat Creek, Clinton 
County, Indiana, 
W80-05299 1316 6A 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Cedar Creek, Dekalb and Allen Coun- 
ties, Indiana, 
W80-05302 1316 5B 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Wildcat Creek, Howard County, Indi- 
ana, 
W80-05303 1316 5B 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Sand Creek, Decatur County, Indiana, 
W80-05451 1317 5B 

Dissolved Oxygen in Intragravel Water of Three 
Tributaries to Redwood Creek, Humboldt 
County, California, 
W80-06066 1319 4C 

Metalimnetic Oxygen Minima in Lake Ontario, 

1972, 

W80-06438 1321 2H 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for West Fork Blue River, Washington 
County, Indiana, 
W80-06584 1324 5B 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for the Mississinewa River, Grant 
County, Indiana, 
W80-06585 1324 5B 

Oxygen Exchange Between a 'Model' Pond and 

the Atmosphere, 

W80-06625 1324 5B 



phere. 1. Oxygen, 
W80-06627 



1324 1A 



Ground-Water Geochemistry: Arsenic in Land- 
fills, 
W80-06680 1324 5B 

The Areal Hypolimnetic Oxygen Deficit: An 

Empirical Test of the Model, 

W80-06770 1324 2H 

A One-Dimensional Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Clear Creek, Monroe County, Indiana, 
W80-06789 1324 5G 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Duck Creek, Madison, Tipton, and 
Hamilton Counties, Indiana, 
W80-06790 1324 5G 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 



Study for Little Lick and Big Lick Creeks, 
Blackford and Delaware Counties, Indiana, 
W80-06791 1324 5G 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for East Fork White River, Bartholomew 
County, Indiana, 
W80-06792 1324 5G 

DISSOLVED OXYGEN ANALYZERS 

Distribution of Oxygen in Marine Sediments 

Measured with Microelectrodes, 

W80-06117 1319 2L 

DISSOLVED SOLIDS 

Sources, Transportation and Utilization of Dis- 
solved Organic Matter in Groundwater and 
Streams, 
W80-OO53O 1302 2F 

Discussion of the Behaviour of Nonconservative 
Dissolved Constituents in Estuaries, 
W80-01017 1303 5B 

The Economic Impact Analysis of Effluent 
Standards for Total Dissolved Solids, 
W80-01310 1304 6B 

Sediment Loads of North Island Rivers, New 

Zealand-A Reconnaissance, 

W80-04644 1314 2J 

DISTILLATION 

Technical and Economic Assessment of Solar 

Distillation for Large Scale Production in Fresh 

Water. 

W80-03842 1311 3 A 

Desalting: An Offer You May Not Refuse, 
W80-04509 1314 3A 

Concentration and Fractionation of Hydropho- 
bic Organic Acid Constituents from Natural 
Waters by Liquid Chromatography, 
W80-05301 1316 IB 

DISTRIBUTION 

The Diatomflora of a Small Stream Near Abisko 
(Swedish Lapland) and Its Annual Periodicity, 
Judged by Drift and Colonization, 
W80-00516 1302 5C 

Notes on the Planktonic Rotifers of Lake Ontar- 
io, 
W80-01115 1303 5C 

Spartial Variation in Epilithic Algae in a Stony 
Stream (Wilfin Beck) with Particular Reference 
to Cocconeis Placentula, 
W80-01360 1304 5C 

Life-History and Distribution of Simulation Aus- 
teni (Diptera: Simuliidae) In Relation to Phyto- 
plankton in Some Southern English Rivers, 
W80-01361 1304 5C 

Distribution of Intertidal Diatoms Associated 
with Sediments in Yaquina Estuary, Oregon, 
W80-01436 1304 5C 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in Arkansas 

Lakes, 

W80-01444 1304 5C 

Phosphatase Activity in Eutrophic Tokyo Bay, 
W80-01451 1304 5C 

Historical and Ecological Factors Concurring in 
the Distribution, Biometry and Fertility of 
Planktonic Crustaceans in Pyrenean Lakes, 
W80-01784 1305 5C 

Diurnal Vertical Distribution of Zooplankton 
During Stratification in Kainji Lake, Nigeria, 
W80-01788 1305 5C 



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DISTRIBUTION 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Multiple Interaction of Factors in the Distribu- 
tion of Some Hawaiian Gelidiales (Rhodophyta), 
W 80-0 1991 1305 5C 

Deep Seabed Mining and Developing Countries: 

Consideration of Distributional Factors, 

W 80-020 10 1306 6B 

Spatial and Temporal Distribution in a Mero- 
mictic Karstic Lake Basin: Relationships With 
Physiochemical Parameters and Zooplankton, 
W80-02508 1307 5C 

Stratification in Natural Populations of Bloom- 
forming Blue-Green Algae, 
W80-02511 1307 5C 

Factor Analysis of Temporal and Spatial Pat- 
terns of Multicellular Green Freshwater Algae, 
W80-02520 1307 5C 

Aspects of the Zoogeography of Australian Mi- 

crocrustaceans, 

W80-02548 1307 5C 

Amphipoda from Skadar Lake and its Drainage 

System, 

W80-02555 1307 5C 

Spatial and Temporal Correlation of Precipita- 
tion in Illinois, 
W80-02882 1308 2B 

Vegetation and Nutrient Status of Northern 

Michigan Fens, 

W80-03523 1310 21 

Flow in the Sea of Heavy Metals from a Smelter 

Industry, 

W80-03788 1311 5B 

The Distribution of Algal Epiphytes on Macro- 

phyte Hosts Offshore from La Parguera, Puerto 

Rico, 

W80-03797 1311 5C 

The Microdistribution of Epiphytes on the 
Leaves of Natural and Artificial Macrophytes, 
W80-03798 1311 5C 

Phytoplankton Distribution and Light Attenu- 
ation in Port Hacking Estuary, 
W80-03799 1311 5C 

Zooplankton in a Quasi-Stable Phase in an En- 
dorheic Lake (Lake Chilwa, Malawi), 
W80-03807 1311 5C 

Ichthyoplankton of the St. Lawrence Estuary: 
Composition, Distribution, and Abundance, 
W80-03965 1312 2H 

Distribution and Quantitative Development of 

Aquatic Macrophytes in Relation to Sediment 

Characteristics in Oligotrophic Lake Kalgaard, 

Denmark, 

W80-04172 1312 5C 

Continuous Plankton Records: Seasonal Cycles 
of Phytoplankton and Copepods in the North 
Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, 
W80-04652 1314 5C 

Areal, Vertical, and Temporal Differences in 
Ground Water Chemistry: I. Inorganic Constitu- 
ents, 
W80-O6617 1324 5B 

Areal, Vertical, and Temporal Differences in 
Ground Water Chemistry: II. Organic Constitu- 
ents, 
W80-06618 1324 5B 

DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS 

I lorittid of the Middle Mississippi River Sand 

and Mud I 

W&0-0002X 1301 21 



Emergent Aquatic Plants in the Upper Ohio 
River and Major Navigable Tributaries, West 
Virginia and Pennsylvania, 
W80-00029 1301 21 

Beach and Salt Marsh Vegetation of the North 

American Pacific Coast, 

W80-00031 1301 21 

Phytoplankton in the Fox Chain of Lakes, 
W80-00686 1302 5C 

Radiation Climate in Fishpond Littoral Plant 

Communities, 

W80-01219 1304 21 

Phytoplankton Communities in Upwelling areas. 

The Example of NW Africa, 

W80-01443 1304 5C 

Diurnal Vertical Distribution of Zooplankton 
During Stratification in Kainji Lake, Nigeria, 
W80-01788 1305 5C 

Hydrologic Data on Channel Adjustments 1970 

to 1975, on the Rio Grande Downstream from 

Cochiti Dam, New Mexico, before and after 

Closure, 

W80-02230 1306 2J 

Supraglacial Debris of G2 Glacier in Hidden 

Valley, Mukut Himal, Nepal, 

W80-O2364 1306 2C 

Regional Coexistence of Four Chaoborus Spe- 
cies, 
W80-02562 1307 5C 

Pattern Recognition Analysis of Snowdrifts, 
W80-02688 1307 2C 

Rainfall Changes in Summer Caused by St. 

Louis, 

W80-02884 1308 2B 

Regional Patterns of Contaminants (Pah, Pesti- 
cides and Trace Metals) in Snow of Northeast 
Bavaria and Their Relationship to Human Influ- 
ence and Orographic Effects, 
W80-02896 1308 5B 

Species Versatility in Shore Habitats, 
W80-03521 1310 21 

Seasonal Occurrence and Variation in Standing 
Crop of a Drift Algal Community in the Indian 
River, Florida, 
W80-03803 1311 5C 

A Lowland Vegetation Sequence in South West- 
land: Pakihi Bog to Mixed Beech-Podocarp 
Forest. Part 1 : The Principal Strata, 
W80-03867 1311 21 

Distribution of Macrofauna on a Malayan Man- 
grove Shore, 
W80-03870 1311 21 

Factors Affecting Tissue Nutrient Concentra- 
tions in a Scirpus-Equisetum Wetland, 
W80-03876 1311 21 

Pattern and Diversity in Swamp and Dune 
Vegetation, North Stradbroke Island, 
W80-03882 1311 21 

Mineralogy and Distribution of Fine-Grained 
Sediments in Little Traverse Bay, Lake Michi- 
gan, 
W80-04218 1313 2J 

Study of Normal Rainfall of Satara District, 
W80-04238 1313 2B 

Recurring Aggregation of Zooplankton by a 

Tidal Current, 

W80-04629 1314 2L 



The Effect of Precipitation Patterns on Surface 

Runoff, 

W80-05233 1316 2A 

Stochastic Analysis of Annual Rainfall Affected 

by Urbanization, 

W80-05331 1316 2B 

Heavy Metal Distribution in Two Connecticut 
Wetlands: A Red Maple Swamp and a Sphag- 
num Bog, 
W80-05514 1317 5B 

Riparian Vegetation and Flora of the Sacramen- 
to Valley, 
W8O-05611 1317 21 

The Distributions, Trophic Activities, and Com- 
petitive Interactions of Three Salt Marsh Killi- 
fishes (Pisces: Cyprinodontidae), 
W80-05630 1317 21 

The Role of Macrobenthic Organisms in Mer- 
cury, Cadmium, Copper and Zinc Transfers in 
Georgia Salt Marsh Ecosystems, 
W80-05631 1317 5B 

Preliminary Muskeg (Peatland) Inventory of the 

Province of New Brunswick, 

W80-05641 1317 7B 

Small Rodents, Their Habitats, and the Effects 
of Flooding at Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire, 
W80-05644 1317 21 

Nest-Site Selection of Willets in a New Jersey 

Salt Marsh, 

W80-05645 1317 21 

Log Pearson Type 3 Distribution: A General- 
ized Evaluation, 
W80-05949 1318 2E 

Tensiometer-Controlled Medium Frequency 
Topsoil Irrigation: A Technique to Improve Ag- 
ricultural Water Management, 
W80-06070 1319 3F 

A Frequency Distribution for Annual Floods, 
W80-06152 1319 2E 

Processes Affecting Seasonal Distributions of 
Water Properties in the San Francisco Bay Es- 
tuarine System, 
W80-06336 1321 2L 

Limnological Sampling Intensity in Lake St. 

Clair in Relation to Distribution of Water 

Masses, 

W80-06443 1321 5 A 

More on the La Porte Anomaly: A Review, 
W80-06624 1324 2B 

Distribution Patterns of Home Lawn Sprinklers, 
W80-06677 1324 3F 

DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS 

Application of Linear Polarization Techniques 

to the Study of Carbon Steel Corrosion in Dilute 

Ammonium Nitrate Solutions and Irrigation 

Groundwaters, 

W80-02709 1308 5C 

Preliminary Report: Water System Improve- 
ments, City of Lewisburg, West Virginia. 
W80-02878 1308 6D 



Self-Steering Crop Irrigator, 
W80-06569 



1324 3F 



Water Accumulator-Distributor for Agricultural 

Sprinkler, 

W80-06806 1324 3F 

DITCHES 

Ground-Water Geology of Selected Wetlands in 
Union and Alexander Counties, Illinois, 
W80-02736 1308 2F 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



DOMESTIC WATER 



Public Drainage Atlas: Brown County, Minneso- 
ta, 
W80-03095 1309 4A 

Public Drainage Atlas: Nicollet County, Minne- 
sota, 
W80-03096 1309 4A 

Public Drainage Atlas: Lesueur County, Minne- 
sota, 
W80-03097 1309 4A 

The Immediate Effects of Ditching a Saltmarsh 
on Nesting Herring Gulls Larus Argentatus, 
W80-03520 1310 4A 

DIURNAL 

Diel Variation of Nitrogen Fixation by a Marine 
Blue-Green Alga, Trichodesmium Thiebautii, 
W80-01448 1304 5C 

STability of Diurnal Stratification in the Form- 
ing Brokopondo Reservoir in Suriname, South 
America, 
W80-01727 1305 5C 

Daily Rhythm of Regulation of Polyphosphate 

Metabolism in an Algal Bloom of Oscillatoria 

Redekei, 

W80-02513 1307 5C 

Morphological and Behavioral Interactions Be- 
tween a Carnivorous Aquatic Plant (Utricularia 
Vulgaris L.) and a Chydoid Cladoceran (Chy- 
dorus Sphaericus O.F.M.), 
W80-0254O 1307 5C 

Absence of Primary Production in Shallow Oli- 
gotrophy Pond, 
W80-02579 1307 5C 

The Diurnal Variability of Florida Rainfall, 
W80-02902 1308 2B 

Diurnal Rainfall Variation in Northeast Brazil, 
W80-06094 1319 2B 

Effects of Diurnal Variation in Light and Tem- 
perature on the Acetylene Reduction Activity of 
Subterranean Clover, 
W80-06329 1321 3F 

DIURNAL DISTRIBUTION 

Diurnal Distribution of Photosynthetic Pigments 
and Planktons in Relation to Environmental Pa- 
rameters in the Malad Creek, Bombay, 
W80-01358 1304 5C 

Reversed Vertical Migration of Planktonic Crus- 
taceans in a Eutrophic Lake of High PH, 
W80-06715 1324 2H 

DIURNAL RAINFALL 

Diurnal Rainfall Variation in Northeast Brazil, 
W80-06094 1319 2B 

DIVERSION 

On Man-Induced Variations in the Circulation of 

the Mediterranean Sea, 

W80-03354 1310 2L 

Impact of Waste Diversion on Water Quality in 

Lakes, 

W80-04144 1312 3C 

Sediment Model Verification for Small Diver- 
sions, 
W80-05230 1316 2J 

DIVERSION STRUCTURES 

Aquatic Studies of the Yellowstone River, 
W80-04880 1315 81 

Surface Flow in a Two-Bay Water Diversion, 
W80-05197 1316 8 A 



DIVERSITY 

Hierarchical Diversity of Communities of 

Aquatic Insects and Fishes, 

W80-01198 1303 5A 

DIVERSITY INDEX 

Effects of Thermally Elevated Discharges on 
the Structure and Composition of Estuarine Per- 
iphyton Diatom Assemblages, 
W80-02386 1306 5C 

DIVERSITY INDICES 

The Effects of Pollution-Induced Oxygen Defi- 
ciency on the Benthos in Elefsis Bay, Greece, 
W80-00690 1302 5C 

Zooplankton as an Indicator of Pollution of Res- 
ervoirs, 
W80-04716 1314 5C 

Systems of Biological Indicators for Water Qual- 
ity Assessment, 
W80-04727 1314 5C 

DNA 

Changes in Biochemistry of Some Aquatic Or- 
ganisms of the Barents Sea Coast in Experimen- 
tal Oil Intoxication, 
W80-03996 1312 5A 

Effects of Trace Metals on Growth of Yellow 
Perch (Perca Flavescens) as Measured by RNA- 
DNA Ratios, 
W80-04390 1313 5C 

DOCKS 

The Distribution of the Polychaete Capitella 
Capitata (Fabricius) in Dock Sediments, 
W80-06655 1324 5C 

DOCUMENTATION 

Snow and Ice Data Sets for Climate and Water 
Resource Studies with Particular Reference to 
North America, 
W8O-O0567 1302 2C 

Functional Analysis of the Water Resources Sci- 
entific Information Center (WRSIC) Mission, 
W80-01201 1304 10D 

Floodplain Services Available from the Illinois 

State Water Survey, 

W80-01800 1305 10D 

The Hydrologic Engineering Center Publica- 
tions. 
W80-05763 1318 10C 

DOCUMENTATION MEASUREMENT 

Aids for Documenting Field Data, 

W80-O4676 1314 7C 

DOLOMITE 

Contamination Potential in the Silurian Dolo- 
mite Aquifer, Eastern Wisconsin, 
W80-00757 1302 5B 

DOLORES RIVER BASIN 

Water Resources Data for Colorado, Water 
Year 1978-Volume 3. Dolores River Basin, 
Green River Basin, and San Juan River Basin. 
W80-03151 1309 7C 

DOLPHIN 

Total Mercury Content in Some Marine Fish 

from the Indian Ocean, 

W80-03343 1310 5B 

DOLPHINS 

Contamination of the Mediterranean Blue and 
White Dolphin by Organochlorine Compounds 
(In French), 
W80-02940 1308 5 A 

DOMESTIC USE 

Household Demand for Water and Policies to 

Encourage Conservation, 

W80-01203 1304 3D 



Residential Water Reuse, 
W80-03640 



1311 3D 



DOMESTIC WASTES 

Roodepoort Now Handles Own Wastewater, 
W80-00267 1301 5D 

Vacuum-Type Water Removal System for 
Houses, Factories, Ships and the Like, 
W80-02148 1306 5D 

Evaluation of Mound Systems for Purification of 

Septic Tank Effluent, 

W80-02153 1306 5D 

A Summary of the Effects of Urban Wastes 
(Marseille-Cortiou) on the Zooplanktonic Popu- 
lation of the Neritic Zone (In French). 
W80-02942 1308 5B 

Distribution and Evolution of Benthic Popula- 
tions of the Gulf of Izmir (Interior Part) Subject- 
ed to Multiple Types of Pollution (In French), 
W80-02943 1308 5C 

Monitoring the Effects of Domestic and Indus- 
trial Wastes, 
W80-03023 1309 5C 

Study of the Dynamics of the Benthic Popula- 
tions of the Bay of Algiers, Preliminary Results 
(In French), 
W80-03235 1309 5C 



Residential Water Reuse, 
W80-03640 



1311 3D 



Characteristics of Effluents from Gray and 

Black Water Septic Tanks, 

W80-03791 1311 5B 

Phosphorus Loading Associated with Housing 

in a Rural Watershed, 

W80-04055 1312 5B 

Evaluation of Mound Systems for Purification of 

Septic Tank Effluent, 

W80-04112 1312 5D 

DOMESTIC WASTEWATER 

Long-Term Effects of Land Application of Do- 
mestic Wastewater: Vineland, New Jersey, 
Rapid Infiltration Site, 
W80-00529 1302 5E 

DOMESTIC WATER 

Water for Domestic Use in Rural Areas - Thai- 
land, 
W80-00448 1302 6D 

Water Usage Profile-Fort Carson Co., 
W80-00494 1302 6D 

A Study of Factors Related to the Implementa- 
tion and Use of Water Conservation Technology 
in Mississippi, 
W80-01259 1304 3D 

Residential Water Consumption in Reno - 

Sparks, Nevada, 

W80-01377 1304 3D 

An Analysis of Residential Demand for Water 

Using Micro Time-Series Data, 

W80-02009 1306 6D 

South Dakota Ground Water and the Artesian 
Pressure: Is the Use of Water for Domestic 
Purposes Still the Highest Use., 
W80-03420 1310 6E 

The Costs and Benefits of Water Metering, 
W80-03974 1312 6B 

Domestic Water Supplies, Health and Poverty: 

A Brief Review, 

W80-04183 1312 6D 



■''■•■' ; v' ; 

hShSSS 



SU-lll 



DOMESTIC WATER 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Iron and Manganese Content of Rural Domestic 

Water, 

W80-05676 1317 5C 

The Incidence of Water Quality: A County 

Level Analysis, 

W80-06150 1319 5 A 

DOMINANT ORGANISMS 

Responses of Marine Fouling Communities to 

Sewage Abatement in Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, 

Hawaii, 

W80-00791 1302 5B 

The Marine Life of an Offshore Oil Platform, 
W80-01060 1303 5A 

Seasonal Changes in Phytoplankton Densities in 

Four North Island Lakes, 1973-74, 

W80-01125 1303 5C 

Changes in the Apparent Temperature Optima 

of the Plankton of Lake Michigan at Chicago, 

Illinois, 

W80-02382 1306 5C 

Effects of Thermally Elevated Discharges on 
the Structure and Composition of Estuarine Per- 
iphyton Diatom Assemblages, 
W80-02386 1306 5C 

Why Do Large Zooplankton Species Dominate., 
W80-02535 1307 5C 

Population Dynamics and Age Structure of Bos- 
mina Longirostris in an Acid Water Impound- 
ment, 
W80-03171 1309 5C 

Meiofauna Development on Artificial Soft Bot- 
toms in Kiel Bay (In German), 
W80-03346 1310 5 A 

The Effect of the Degree of Mineralization of 

Water on Phytoplankton, 

W80-03664 1311 5 A 

The Distribution and Ecology of the Naididae 
(Oligochaeta) Which Inhabit the Filter-Beds of 
Sewage-Works in Britain, 
W80-03666 1311 5C 

DONAX 

Accumulation of Manganese in Donax Truncu- 

lus L. (Bivalvia), 

W80-02949 1308 5B 

DORMANCY 

Equivalence of Copepod and Insect Diapause, 
W80-02544 1307 5C 

Effects of Temperature and Salinity on Produc- 
tion and Hatching of Dormant Eggs of Acartia 
Californiensis (Copepoda) in an Oregon Estuary, 
W80-03700 1311 5 A 

DORSET (ENGLAND) 

Origin and Variation of Nitrate Nitrogen in the 
Chalk Springs, Streams, and Rivers in Dorset 
and Its Utilization by Higher Plants, 
W80-01276 1304 5C 

DOUBLOON BRANCH (LA) 

Flood Plain Information: Bayou Bonfouca- 
Bayou Vincent W-14 Main Diversion Canal 
Doubloon Branch-French Branch, Slide]), Lou- 

i-.iana and Vicinity, 

W80-00536 1302 2E 

DOUBS RIVER (FRANCE) 

Effects of the Construction of a Broad Water- 
way on the Water Quality of the Doubs (Effets 
de la Canalisation a Grand Gabarit sur la Qualite 
ties Eaux du Doubs), 
W80-O0704 1302 5B 



DOUGLAS COUNTY (OR) 

Ground Water in the Myrtle Creek-Glendale 

Area, Douglas County, Oregon, 

W80-06248 1320 2F 

DOUGLAS LAKE (MI) 

Interdepression Differences in the Hypolimnetic 
Areal Relative Oxygen Deficits of Douglas 
Lake, Michigan, 
W80-02573 1307 5C 

DOWNWELLING 

Downwelling over the Southern California 

Shelf, 

W80-06184 1319 2L 

DRAINAGE 

Floral and Faunal Changes in Lowland Hard- 
wood Forests in Missouri Resulting from Chan- 
nelization, Drainage, and Impoundment, 
W80-00528 1302 6G 

A Finite-Element Distributed Catchment Model, 
II. Application to Real Catchments, 
W80-00749 1302 2E 

A Galerkin in Time, Linearized Finite Element 
Model of 2-Dimensional Unsaturated Porous 
Media Drainage, 
W80-00753 1302 2G 

Runoff and Erosion Reduction Via Drainage 

and Increased Infiltration, 

W80-01202 1304 4D 

Effects of Drainage Projects on Surface Runoff 

from Wetland Topography of the North Central 

States, 

W80-01263 1304 4A 

Nitrogen Movement to Laguna Lake Through 

Drainage from Rice Fields, 

W80-01623 1305 5B 

A Case Study of Drainage Investigations at 
Government Agricultural Farm, Hansi and its 
Adjoining Areas, 
W80-01808 1305 2F 

Infiltration and Drainage Calculations Using 
Spatially Scaled Hydraulic Properties, 
W80-01821 1305 2G 

Promised Lands, Volume 2: Subdivisions in 

Florida's Wetlands, 

W80-02314 1306 6G 

The Mass Budget of the Lambert Glacier Drain- 
age Basin Antarctica, 
W80-02477 1307 2C 

Ground-Water Geology of Selected Wetlands in 
Union and Alexander Counties, Illinois, 
W80-02736 1308 2F 

Synthetic Drain Envelope-Soil Interactions, 
W80-02907 1308 4D 

Managing Storm Runoff in Chicago Area, 

W 80-029 14 1308 5G 

Public Drainage Atlas: Brown County, Minneso- 
ta, 
W80-03095 1309 4A 

Public Drainage Atlas: Nicollet County, Minne- 
sota, 
W80-03096 1309 4 A 

Public Drainage Atlas: Lesueur County, Minne- 
sota, 
W 80-03097 1309 4A 

Organic Carbon Export from Upland and For- 
ested Wetland Watersheds, 
W80-03925 1312 5B 



Impact of Road Networks on Southeastern 

Michigan Lakeshore Drainage, 

W80-03951 1312 2E 

Subglacial Constructions and Investigations at 

Bondhusbreen, Norway, 

W80-04339 1313 2C 

Nitrogen and Water Distributions in Fertilized 

Sandy Soil During Irrigation and Drainage, 

W 80-04642 1314 2G 

Characterization and Treatment of Snowmelt 

Runoff From an Urban Catchment, 

W80-O5860 1318 2E 

Water Retention Measurement for Soils, 
W80-06198 1319 2G 

Case Study on Waterlogging and Salinity Prob- 
lems in Pakistan, 
W80-06412 1321 4B 

Problems of Rationally Draining the Poleyes 

Marshes, 

W80-06600 1324 4A 

The Pendular-Funicular Liquid Transition in 

Snow, 

W80-06784 1324 2C 

Stochastic Model of Water Table Under Drain- 
age, 
W80-06826 1324 2F 

Apparatus for Watering and Draining Soil, 
W80-06942 1324 3F 

DRAINAGE AREA 

Drainage Areas of the Twelvepole Creek Basin, 
West Virginia, Big Sandy River Basin, West 
Virginia, Tug Fork Basin, Virginia, Kentucky, 
West Virginia, 
W80-00765 1302 7C 

Amphipoda from Skadar Lake and its Drainage 

System, 

W80-02555 1307 5C 

River Mileages and Drainage Areas for Illinois 

Streams- Volume 1, Illinois Except Illinois River 

Basin, 

W80-05440 1317 7C 

River Mileages and Drainage Areas for Illinois 
Streams- Volume 2. Illinois River Basin, 
W80-05441 1317 7C 

Drainage Areas of Streams in Arkansas, Oua- 
chita River Basin, 
W80-06349 1321 7C 

DRAINAGE DENSITY 

Estimation of Drainage Density from Topologi- 
cal Variables, 
W80-00953 1303 2E 

DRAINAGE EFFECTS 

Management Aspects of Fishpond Drainage, 
W80-01246 1304 6G 

The Immediate Effects of Ditching a Saltmarsh 
on Nesting Herring Gulls Larus Argentatus, 
W80-03520 1310 4A 

Problems of Rationally Draining the Poleyes 

Marshes, 

W80-06600 1324 4A 

DRAINAGE ENGINEERING 

Effectiveness of Various Sand and Gravel Sepa- 
rates for Drain Envelopes, 
W80-02076 1306 8B 

Unsteady Drawdown in 2-D Water Table 

Aquifer, 

W80-06828 1324 2A 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



DREDGING 



JBL 

-'•■'< SSefiSSES • 



DRAINAGE PROGRAMS 

Post- War Land Drainage, Fertilizer Use and En- 
vironmental Impact in Northern Ireland, 
W80-04115 1312 4A 



DRAINAGE SYSTEMS 

Drainage Network Power, 
W8O-0O725 



1302 8E 



A Comparative Application of Several Methods 

for the Design of Storm Sewers, 

W80-01253 1304 4C 

Maximum Utilization of Water Resources in a 
Planned Community - Application of the Storm 
Water Management Model, Volume I, 
W80-03565 1310 4A 

Response Functions Applied to a Drainage 

System, 

W8O-O4530 1314 2G 



Surcharge of Sewer Systems, 
W80-04867 



1315 8B 



Stormwater Drainage in Urban Areas, 
W80-05994 1318 2E 

Coping with the One-in-ten-years Storm, 
W80-06074 1319 4A 

Method of Covering Corrugated Drainage 

Tubes, 

W80-06175 1319 3F 



Underdrainage Pipe, 
W80-06463 

Pipe for Underdraining, 
W80-06464 



1324 4 A 



1324 4A 



DRAINAGE WaTER 

Downspout Receiver and Water Dispensing 

Device, 

W80-01490 1304 4A 

Once-Released Irrigation Waters: Liability and 

Litigation, 

W80-04789 1314 6E 

DRAINAGE WELLS 

Maps Showing Ground-Water Conditions in the 
Gila River Drainage from Texas Hill to Dome 
Area and in the Western Mexican Drainage 
Area, Maricopa, Pima, and Yuma Counties, Ari- 
zona-- 1977. 
W80-05883 1318 7C 

DRAINFIELD SOILS 

The Survival of Enteric Viruses in Septic Tanks 

and Septic Tank Drain Fields, 

W80-02404 1307 5B 

DRAWDOWN 

Effects of a Drawdown on a Waterfowl Im- 
poundment, 
W80-00315 1301 2H 

Ground- Water Conditions and Potential for Ar- 
tificial Recharge in Lucerne Valley, San Bernar- 
dino County, California, 
W80-00763 1302 4B 



Perspective on 'Delayed Yield', 
W80-OO952 



1303 2F 



Ground-Water Monitoring at Santa Barbara, 
California, Phase 1 -Coastal Monitor- Well In- 
stallation and Initial Measurements, 
W80-01433 1304 4B 

Computer Simulation and Geohydrology of a 
Basalt Aquifer System in the Pullman-Moscow 
Basin, Washington and Idaho, 
W80-02935 1308 6A 



Estimated Drawdowns in the Floridan Aquifer 

Due to Increased Withdrawals, Duval County, 

Florida, 

W80-03165 1309 6A 

Theis Parameter Evaluation from Pumping 

Tests by Sensitivity Analysis, 

W80-03357 1310 2F 

Ecology of Water-Level Manipulations on a 

Northern Marsh, 

W80-03515 1310 21 

Development of Ground Water in the Houston 

District, Texas, 1970-74, 

W80-03768 1311 4B 

Computationally Efficient Polynomial Approxi- 
mations Used to Program the Theis Equation, 
W80-05121 1316 6A 

Determination of Aquifer Parameters from Step 
Tests and Intermittent Pumping Data, 
W80-05125 1316 2F 

On Jacob's Approximation in Flow Through 

Porous Media, 

W80-06143 1319 2F 

Optimal Use of Groundwater and Surface Water 

to Reduce Land Subsidence, 

W80-06331 1321 4B 

Annual Summary of Ground-Water Conditions 
in Arizona, Spring 1978 to Spring 1979. 
W80-06797 1324 4B 

Unsteady Drawdown in 2-D Water Table 

Aquifer, 

W80-06828 1324 2A 

DREDGE SPOILS 

Some Effects of Dredged Material Disposal on 

Benthic Invertebrates and Shorebirds in Grays 

Harbor, 

W80-00813 1303 5C 

DREDGED MATERIAL 

Best Ways to Dewater Dredged Material, 
W80-00733 1302 2G 

Laboratory Investigation of the Dynamics of 
Mud Flows Generated by Open-Water Pipeline 
Disposal Operations, 
W80-00911 1303 5E 

Prediction of Volumetric Requirements for 
Dredged Material Containment Areas, 
W80-00912 1303 5E 

Evaluation of the Submerged Discharge of 

Dredged Material Slurry During Pipeline 
Dredge Operations, 

W80-00913 1303 5E 

Development and Application of Design and 

Operation Procedures for Coagulation of 

Dredged Material Slurry and Containment Area 

Effluent, 

W80-00918 1303 5E 

Field Demonstration of Shrimp Mariculture 

Feasibility in Dredged Material Containment 

Areas, 

W80-00919 1303 5E 

A Selected Bibliography of the Life Require- 
ments of Colonial Nesting Waterbirds and Their 
Relationship to Dredged Material Islands, 
W80-03393 1310 5C 

Evaluation of Dredged Material Pollution Po- 
tential, 
W80-03395 1310 5C 

Processes Affecting the Fate of Dredged Materi- 
al, 
W80-03396 1310 5E 



Confined Disposal Area Effluent and Leachate 
Control (Laboratory and Field Investigations), 
W80-03398 1310 5E 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, But- 
termilk Sound Marsh Development Site, Atlan- 
tic Intracoastal Waterway, Georgia: Appendix 
A: Propagation of Marsh Plants and Post-Propa- 
gation Monitoring, 
W80-03399 1310 5E 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Boli- 
var Peninsula, Marsh and Upland Habitat Devel- 
opment Site, Galveston Bay, Texas; Summary 
Report, 
W80-03402 1310 5E 

Disposal of Dredged Material Within the New 
York District: Volume I-Present Practices and 
Candidate Alternatives, 
W80-03586 1310 5B 

Depositional Characteristics of Sediments at a 

Low Energy Ocean Disposal Site, Savannah, 

Georgia, 

W80-04067 1312 5 

DREDGED MATERIAL DISPOSAL 

Laboratory Investigation of the Dynamics of 
Mud Flows Generated by Open-Water Pipeline 
Disposal Operations, 
W80-00911 1303 5E 

Prediction of Volumetric Requirements for 
Dredged Material Containment Areas, 
W80-00912 1303 5E 

Evaluation of the Submerged Discharge of 

Dredged Material Slurry During Pipeline 
Dredge Operations, 

W80-00913 1303 5E 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Nott 
Island Upland Habitat Development Site, Con- 
necticut River, Connecticut; Appendix C: Post- 
propagation Monitoring of Vegetation and Wild- 
life, 
W80-00914 1303 5E 

Development and Application of Design and 

Operation Procedures for Coagulation of 

Dredged Material Slurry and Containment Area 

Effluent, 

W80-00918 1303 5E 

Field Demonstration of Shrimp Mariculture 

Feasibility in Dredged Material Containment 

Areas, 

W80-00919 1303 5E 

Processes Affecting the Fate of Dredged Materi- 
al, 
W80-03396 1310 5E 

DREDGED MATERIALS 

Physical Properties of Confined Dredged Mate- 
rials, 
W80-04539 1314 IB 

DREDGING 

The Impact of Dredged Holes on Oxygen 
Demand in the Lower Bay, New York Harbor, 
W80-00694 1302 4C 

Best Ways to Dewater Dredged Material, 
W80-00733 1302 2G 

Some Effects jf Dredged Material Disposal on 

Benthic Invertebrates and Shorebirds in Grays 

Harbor, 

W80-00813 1303 5C 

Distribution of Benthos in Relation to the Sul- 
fide-Content in the Bottom Sediments of Mixo- 
Polyhaline Lake Notoro, Hokkaido, 
W80-00835 1303 5A 



SU-113 



DREDGING 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Evaluation of the Submerged Discharge of 

Dredged Material Slurry During Pipeline 
Dredge Operations, 

W80-00913 1303 5E 

A Model for the Estimation of the Concentra- 
tions and Spatial Extent of Suspended Sediment 
Plumes, 
W80-01016 1303 2 J 

Intertidal Disposal of Dredged Ma terial in 

Washington Estuaries, 

W80-01319 1304 5C 

An Assessment of the Potential Environmental 
Impact of Large-Scale Sand-Dredging for the 
Building of Artificial Islands in the North Sea, 
W80-02068 1306 5C 

Effects of Calcium and Sediment Concentrations 
on The Release of Metals and Nutrients from 
Dredge Spoil Dispersions, 
W80-02119 1306 5A 

Wetland Development, An Alternative, 
W80-02277 1306 6A 

The Potential Environmental Impact of Marine 
Gravel Extraction in the North Sea, 
W80-02429 1307 5C 

Dredge with Rotatable Cutter Discs, 
W80-02632 1307 8C 



Dredging and Lake Restoration, 
W80-02792 



1308 2 J 



Monitoring of Hydraulic Dredging for Lake 

Restoration, 

W80-02802 1308 6B 

Water Flow-Deflecting Shield for Dredge Suc- 
tion Nozzle, 
W80-02897 1308 8C 

Responses of Freshwater Benthos to Open-Lake 
Dredged Spoils Disposal in Lake Erie, 
W80-03391 1310 5C 

Evaluation of Dredged Material Pollution Po- 
tential, 
W80-03395 1310 5C 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, 
Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James 
River, Virginia: Appendix F: Environmental Im- 
pacts of Marsh Development with Dredged Ma- 
terial: Sediment and Water Quality, 
W80-034O0 1310 5E 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, 
Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James 
River, Virginia, Appendix E: Environmental Im- 
pacts of Marsh Development with Dredged Ma- 
terial: Metals and Chlorinated Hydrocarbon 
Compounds in Marsh Soils and Vascular Plant 
Tissues, 
W80-03401 1310 5E 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Boli- 
var Peninsula, Marsh and Upland Habitat Devel- 
opment Site, Galveston Bay, Texas; Summary 
Report, 
W80-034O2 1310 5E 

The Effect of the Marsh Elder (Iva Frutescens) 
on the Standing Crop Biomass of Spartina 
Patens and Associated Wildlife, 
W80-O3516 1310 21 

Disposal of Dredged Material Within the New 
York District: Volume I-Present Practices and 
Candidate Alternatives, 
W80-03586 1310 5B 

Suspended Material Distributions in the Wake of 
Estuarine Channel Dredging Operations, 
W80-03631 1311 2J 



The Effects of Oyster Shell Dredging on an 

Estuarine Benthic Community, 

W80-03734 1311 2L 

Shelf-Sediment Dynamics and Solid-Waste Dis- 
posal, 
W80-04063 1312 5C 

Waste Disposal and Dredging Activities: The 

Geological Perspective, 

W80-04064 1312 5C 

Dredging and Disposal in Chesapeake Bay, 

1975-2025, 

W80-O4O70 1312 5C 

The Problem of Misplaced Sediment, 
W80-04071 1312 5C 

Dredged Material, Ocean Disposal, and the Reg- 
ulatory Maze, 
W80-04075 1312 5C 

Water Management, Water Quality and Engi- 
neering Geology Study of Selected Oxbow 
Lakes as They May Be Impacted by Dredging - 
Phase II, 
W80-04203 1313 2H 

Physical Properties of Confined Dredged Mate- 
rials, 
W80-04539 1314 IB 

Federal Control of Wetlands: The Effectiveness 

of Corps' Regulations Under Section 404 of the 

FWPCA, 

W80-05005 1315 6E 

Wetlands: Denial of Marco Permits Fails to Re- 
solve the Dilemma, 
W80-05619 1317 6E 

Methodology for Effluent Water Quality Predic- 
tion, 
W80-05730 1318 5B 

Deposition of Dredged Sediment at Open Water 

Sites, 

W80-05787 1318 2L 

Analyses of Native Water, Bottom Material, and 
Elutriate Samples of Southern Louisiana Water- 
ways, 1977-78, 
W80-05867 1318 5A 

Georgetown Harbor, South Carolina; Report 2, 
Effects of Various Channel Schemes on Tides, 
Currents, and Shoaling; Hydraulic Model Inves- 
tigation, 
W80-06539 1324 2L 

Evidence for the Formation and Age of a Com- 
mercial Sand Deposit in the Bristol Channel, 
W80-06661 1324 2L 

DRIFTING (AQUATIC) 

On the Stokes' Drift Induced by Tidal Motions 

in a Wide Estuary, 

W80-06658 1324 2L 

DRILL BITS 

Studies Aim at Optimum Design for PDC Hard- 
Formation Bits, 
W80-04767 1314 8C 

DRILL HOLES 

Giant Holes Are Drilled in Nevada. 
W80-05549 1317 8H 

DRILLING 

Primitive Well Drilling Techniques - Part I, 
W80-01741 1305 8A 

Safety at the Drill Site of Concern to Drillers, 
W80-02653 1307 8A 

Geothermal Well Drilling Estimates Based on 

Past Well Costs, 

W80-03427 1310 6B 



Well Drilling for <250F Water, 

W80-03428 1310 8A 

Down Easters Head for the Bedrock. 
W80-04434 1313 8A 

Percussion Drilling Technologies, 

W80-04435 1313 8A 

Drilling for Energy Alternatives. 

W80-04949 1315 3C 

Improving Yields of Open Wells in Consolidated 
Rocks Using Extension Drilling Techniques, 
W80-05057 1315 8A 

Using Nonmetallic Casing for Geothermal 

Wells, 

W80-05063 1315 8G 



Water District's Needs are Met, 
W80-05082 



1315 4B 



Beaufort Seacoast Permafrost Studies, 
W80-05593 1317 2C 

The Application of Petroleum Engineering to 

Geothermal Development, 

W80-05653 1317 8A 

The Use of Best Available and Safest Technol- 
ogies (Bast) during Oil and Gas Drilling and 
Producing Operations of the Outer Continental 
Shelf (OCS). Program for Implementing Sec. 
21(B) OCS Lands Act Amendments of 1978, 
W80-06316 1320 8B 

Driller Training Leads Swedes' Assault on 

Water Market, 

W80-06416 1321 8A 



DRILLING BITS 

Drilling Bits-Rotary. 
W80-05615 



1317 8C 



High-Speed Bit Reduces Costs-Per-Foot. 
W80-06425 1321 8C 

DRILLING EQUIPMENT 

Primitive Well Drilling Techniques - Part I, 
W80-01741 1305 8A 

New Rig Drill and Set Casing Simultaneously, 
W80-02660 1307 8C 

Diamond Compact Cutter Studies for Geother- 
mal Bit Design, 
W80-04531 1314 8G 

Exotic Techniques Help Drillers. 

W80-04774 1314 7B 

Giant Holes Are Drilled in Nevada. 
W80-05549 1317 8H 



Core Drills Can Be Improved, 
W80-05550 



1317 8C 



A Fast Light-Weight Core Drill, 

W80-06780 1324 2C 

DRILLING FLUIDS 

Separate and Joint Toxicity to Rainbow Trout 

of Substances Used in Drilling Fluids for Oil 

Exploration, 

W80-00864 1303 5A 

Effect of Barite on Meiofauna in a Flow- 
Through Experimental System, 
W80-01097 1303 5 A 

Exotic Techniques Help Drillers. 

W80-04774 1314 7B 

Environmental Permitting for Drilling in Off- 
shore Areas: Comments on the Selection Process 
for Drilling Fluids, 
W80-05577 1317 5C 



SU 114 



SUBJECT INDEX 



DRY CREEK (KS) 



Environmental Monitoring Associated with a 
Production Platform in the Gulf of Mexico, 
W80-05578 1317 5B 

DRILLING LOGS 

Aids for Documenting Field Data, 

W80-04676 1314 7C 

DRILLING SAMPLES 

Drill Provides Unmixed Samples, 

W80-06O45 1319 7B 

DRINKING WATER 

Safe Drinking Water: Current and Future Prob- 
lems - Proceedings of a National Conference in 
Washington, D.C. 
W80-02027 1306 6D 

Treatment Technology to Meet the Interim Pri- 
mary Drinking Water Regulations for Organics: 
Part 4, 
W80-02043 1306 5G 

Point and Non-Point Pollution Influencing 
Water Quality in a Rural Housing Community, 
W80-02708 1308 5B 

Formation and Control of Trithalomethanes in 

Chlorinated Drinking Waters Containing Fulvic 

Acid, 

W80-05802 1318 5 A 

DRINKING WATER TREATMENT 

A Rational Approach to Utilization of Carbon 
Beds in Reducing Microorganic Contamination 
in Drinking Water, 
W80-05013 1315 5F 

DRIP IRRIGATION 

Emitter, 

W80-01492 1304 3F 

Progress in the Use of Drip Irrigation, 
W80-05548 1317 3F 



Irrigation Device, 
W80-05975 



1318 3F 



DROUGHT IMPACT 

Drought-Induced Problems and Responses of 
Small Towns and Rural Water Entities in Colo- 
rado: The 1976-1978 Drought, 
W80-06561 1324 2E 

DROUGHT RESISTANCE 

An Investigation of Drought Avoidance in In- 

tertidal Fucoid Algae, 

W80-01979 1305 5C 

DROUGHT TOLERANCE 

Guar Shows Potential as Drought-Tolerant 
Summer Crop for Arizona Grain Farmers, 
W80-02202 1306 21 

DROUGHTS 

Vegetation Changes in a Shallow African Lake: 

Response of the Vegetation to a Recent Dry 

Period, 

W80-00313 1301 2H 

The Response of Groundwater Systems to 

Drought, 

W80-0O462 1302 4B 

Partial Drought Conditions in Nepal, 
W80-01033 1303 2B 

Deterministic Analysis of Mexican Droughts, 
W80-01801 1305 2E 

Urban Drought in the San Francisco Bay Area: 
a Study of Institutional and Social Resiliency, 
W80-02046 1306 6D 

Aspects of Aridity and Drought in the Monsoon 

Climate of Sri Lanka, 

W80-02346 1306 2B 



An Investigation of Surface Albedo Variations 

during the Recent Sahel Drought, 

W80-02497 1307 7B 

Factors Influencing the Low Phytoplankton 
Standing Crop in Suisun Bay During the 1976- 
1977 Drought, 
W80-02741 1308 2E 

The Problem of Drought in Botswana, 
W80-03058 1309 6B 

Kutse Game Reserve: Field Trip to a Drought- 
Prone Environment, 
W80-03059 1309 2A 

Towards a Definition of Drought, 

W80-03060 1309 6 A 

Desertification: Natural or Man-Induced, 
W80-03064 1309 2 A 

Drought Susceptibility Survey and the Concept 

of Monitoring Landscape Ecology, 

W80-03065 1309 6B 

Some Sociological Aspects of Drought, 
W80-03066 1309 2B 

The Traditional Response to Drought in Bo- 
tswana, 
W80-03067 1309 2 A 

Drought in the Sahel: A Broader Interpretation, 
With Regard to West Africa and Ethiopia, 
W80-03068 1309 6B 

Experience of Drought in the Sahel Region, 
W80-03069 1309 6B 

Drought and Migration: The Lake Malawi Lit- 
toral as a Region of Refuge, 
W80-03070 1309 6G 

Networks and Information Systems for Dealing 

with Drought, 

W80-03071 1309 10D 

Australian Drought Watch System, 

W80-03072 1309 6A 

An Aspect of Warning Systems for Drought: 
Information Collecting in the Districts, 
W80-03073 1309 6A 



Drought and Arable Farming, 
W80-03074 



1309 6 A 



The Tribal Grazing Land Policy's Relevance in 

a Drought-Prone Environment, 

W80-03075 1309 6A 

Prevention of Long-Term Ecological Damage 

in a Drought, 

W80-03076 1309 4D 

Scientific Aspects of the 1975-76 Drought in 

England and Wales, 

W80-03444 1310 2E 

Meteorological Aspects of the 1975-76 Drought, 
W80-03445 1310 2E 

Some Detailed Water Balance Studies of Re- 
search Catchments, 
W80-03446 1310 2 A 

The Effect of the Drought on British Agricul- 
ture, 
W80-03447 1310 2E 

The Effects of Drought on the River Systems, 
W80-03448 1310 2A 

Pollution Problems Arising from the 1975-76 

Drought, 

W80-03449 1310 2E 



Planning for Development of Groundwater and 

Surface Water Resources, 

W80-03450 1310 2E 

Statistical Analysis of Hydrologic Critical 

Droughts, 

W80-03618 1311 2E 

On the Assessment of Crop Droughts: A Case 

Study for Disa (Gujarat), 

W80-03637 1311 2B 

Fish Mortality and Fishing During an Unprec- 
edented Draught in Lake Pichhola, Udaipur, 
W80-03698 1311 2H 

Impacts of the Western Drought on the Region- 
al Electricity Situation. 
W80-03843 1311 6D 

The 1976-1977 California Drought- A Review, 
W80-04189 1312 2E 

Spells of Dry Days Related to Agricultural 

Drought in India, 

W80-04237 1313 2B 

Hydrologic and Human Aspects of the 1976-77 

Drought, 

W80-04552 1314 2E 

Critical Drought Analysis of Periodic-Stochastic 

Processes, 

W80-04617 1314 2E 

Regional Drought and Flood Frequency Analy- 
sis: Theoretical Consideration, 
W80-04618 1314 6A 

Influence of Summer Drought on the Population 
of Aquatic Insects in a Temporary Salt-Marsh in 
the Crau District (Mouth of the River Rhone) 
(In French), 
W80-04907 1315 5C 

Empirically Derived Probability Estimates of 
Drought Parameters for Western United States 
Back to 1700 A.D., 
W80-05247 1316 2B 

Agricultural Runoff During A Drought Period, 
W80-05933 1318 5B 

The Response of Illinois Municipal Water Sys- 
tems to a Prolonged Period of Drought, 
W80-06079 1319 2E 

On the Statistical Characteristics of Drought 

Events, 

W80-06147 1319 2B 



On the Definition of Droughts, 
W80-06148 



1319 2B 



Drought in the Great Plains: A Bibliography. 
W80-06231 1320 10C 

Drought and Ground Deformation Cambria, 
San Luis Obispo County, California, 
W80-06426 1321 2F 

The Numerical Calculation of Extreme Wet and 
Dry Periods in Hydrological Time Series, 
W80-06481 1324 2 A 

Drought-Induced Problems and Responses of 
Small Towns and Rural Water Entities in Colo- 
rado: The 1976-1978 Drought, 
W80-06561 1324 2E 

DRY CREEK (CO) 

Flood Plain Information: Dry Creek, Boulder 

County- Weld County, Colorado. 

W80-02015 1306 2E 

DRY CREEK (KS) 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Gypsum and 

Dry Creeks, Wichita, Kansas. 

W80-02851 1308 2E 



SU-115 



DRY SOIL 



SUBJECT INDEX 



DRY SOIL 

Predicting Hysteretic Effects in Evaporation 

From Bare Soil, 

W80-00732 1302 2D 

DRYING 

Pore Volume Distribution and Curve of Water 
Content Versus Suction of Porous Body: 3. The 
Effect of Pore Structure, 
W80-06614 1324 2G 

DUAL-TUBE DRILLING 

Drill Provides Unmixed Samples, 



W80-06045 



1319 7B 



DUBOIS (PA) 
Special Flood Hazard Information Report: 
Sandy Lick Creek, City of Dubois, Clearfield 
County, Pennsylvania. 
W80-02852 1308 2E 

DUCK CREEK (IN) 
A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for Duck Creek, Madison, Tipton, and 
Hamilton Counties, Indiana, 
W80-06790 1324 5G 

DUCKS 

Lead Toxicosis and Salt Glands in Domestic 

Ducks, 

W80-03287 1309 5B 

DUCKS (WILD) 

Impact of Delta Outflow Upon Salinity and 

Waterfowl in the Suisun Marsh, 

W80-03099 1309 2L 

DUCKWEED 

Concentration of the Herbicide 2,4-D by Some 

Higher Water Plants, 

W80-03243 1309 5B 

DUFFTN CREEK (ONTARIO) 

Denitrification in the Nitrogen Budget of a 

River Ecosystem, 

W80-01041 1303 5B 

DUG WELLS 

Improving Yields of Open Wells in Consolidated 
Rocks Using Extension Drilling Techniques, 
W80-05057 1315 8A 



Roman Wells, 
W80-05245 



1316 8A 



DULSE 

Heavy Metal Residues in Dulse, An Edible Sea- 
weed, 
W80-01757 1305 5 A 

DULUTH BASIN 

Benthic Diversity and Substrate-Fauna Associ- 
ations in Lake Superior, 
W80-05267 1316 2H 

DUNALIELLA 

Accumulation of Cadmium by Dunaliella Tertio- 

lecta Butcher, 

W80-00398 1301 5A 

DUNBAR RIVER (NB) 

Heterotrophic Bacteria in Two Canadian 
Rivers-I. Seasonal Variations in the Predomi- 
nant Bacterial Populations, 
W80-05781 1318 5C 

DUNE FILTRATION 

Organic Water Quality Changes During Sand 
Bank and Dune Filtration of Surface Waters in 
the Netherlands, 
W80-06494 1324 4B 

DUNE SANDS 
Adverse Effects of Recreation on Sand Dunes: 
A Problem for Coastal Zone Management, 
W80-03417 1310 6E 



DUNES 

Unsteady Flow in Straight Alluvial Streams: 

Modification of Individual Dunes, 

W80-01893 1305 2J 

Pattern and Diversity in Swamp and Dune 
Vegetation, North Stradbroke Island, 
W80-03882 1311 21 

Dune District Management: A Framework for 
Shorefront Protection and Land Use Control, 
W8O-05693 1317 2L 

Bedform Spacing and flow Resistane, 
W80-06096 1319 2J 

DUPAGE RIVER BASIN (ID 

Continuous Hydrologic Simulation of the West 
Branch DuPage River Above West Chicago: An 
Application of Hydrocomp's HSP, 
W80-05932 1318 2A 

DURATION CURVES 

Preliminary Estimate of Regional Effective 
Groundwater Recharge Rates in Ohio, 
W80-05466 1317 2F 

DURBAN (SOUTH AFRICA) 

Optimized Economic Use of Sludge Treatment 

Facilities in Durban, 

W80-03979 1312 5B 

DURHAM POND (CD 

Importance of a Bordering Wetland for Chemi- 
cal Properties of Lake Water, 
W80-03169 1309 5B 

DUST 

Wind-Blown Dust as a Source of Nutrients for 

Aquatic Plants, 

W80-05668 1317 21 

DUSTS 

Effects of the Pipeline Haul Road on Nearby 
Ponds and Lakes Across Alaska's North Slope, 
W80-01975 1305 5C 

Demonstration of Nonpoint Pollution Abate- 
ment Through Improved Street Cleaning Prac- 
tices, 
W80-03098 1309 5B 

DUVAL COUNTY (FLA) 
Availability and Quality of Water from Shallow 
Aquifers in Duval County, Florida, 
W80-03157 1309 2F 

DYE DISPERSION 

Lagrangian and Eulerian Measurements of Hori- 
zontal Mixing in the Baltic, 
W80-00359 1301 5B 

The Use of Point Dilution Methods in Determin- 
ing the Permeabilities of Land-Fill Materials, 
W80-05554 1317 7B 

DYE RELEASES 

Estimating the Gas and Dye Quantities for 
Modified Tracer Technique Measurements of 
Stream Reaeration Coefficients, 
W80-00773 1302 5B 

DYES 

Advanced Wastewater Treatment for an Organ- 
ic Chemicals Manufacturing Complex, 
W80-00112 1301 5D 

Staining Preparations for Phytoplankton and 

Periphyton, 

W80-04365 1313 7C 

Closed-Cycle Textile Dyeing: Full Scale Hyper- 
filtration Demonstration (Design), 
W80-06273 1320 5D 

DYFI RIVER (WALES) 

Welsh Floodplain Studies, II. Application of a 

Qualitative Inundation Model, 

W80-04511 1314 2E 



DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING 

Optimization of a Dam System for Recharging 

Runoff Water into the Ground, 

W8O-O0362 1301 4B 

Stochastic Optimization of a Water Supply 

System, 

W80-00397 1301 6A 

Optimal Management of a Multireservoir Water 

Supply System, 

W80-O0583 1302 4A 

Complex Simultaneous Analysis of the Sava 
River at Different Hydrological Conditions, 
W80-01756 1305 5C 

Real-Time Hourly Reservoir Operation, 
W80-02160 1306 4A 

Multiobjective Dynamic Programming with Ap- 
plication to a Reservoir, 
W80-04025 1312 4A 

Optimizing Flood Operation Rules, 

W80-04501 1314 6A 

A Model for Floodplain Management in Urban- 
izing Areas, 
W80-06319 1320 4 A 

DYNAMICS 

Dynamics of Algal Communities, 

W80-01238 1304 21 

The Classification of Mixed-Layer Dynamics in 

Lakes of Small to Medium Size, 

W80-06844 1324 2H 

E. COLI 

Escherichia Coli Bacteriophages as Tracers in 

Water Movement Studies, 

W80-02509 1307 5 A 

The Survival of Coliform Bacteria in Saline 

Sediments, 

W80-03386 1310 5B 

Quantitatively Tracing Bacterial Transport in 

Saturated Soil Systems, 

W80-05252 1316 5B 

EAGLE-RTVER-CHUGIAK AREA (ALASKA) 
Hydrogeologic Data for the Eagle River-Chu- 
giak Area, Alaska, 
W80-01597 1304 2F 

EARTH DAMS 

Dispersive Soil Problem at Los Esteros Dam, 
W80-00974 1303 8D 

The Evaluation of a Synthetic Material for Use 
as a Wave Protection Agent on Irrigation Dams, 
W80-04599 1314 8G 

EARTH FISSURES 

Measurement, Prediction, and Hazard Evalua- 
tion of Earth Fissures and Subsidence, South- 
Central Arizona, 
W80-05006 1315 2F 

EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING 

Evaluating the Effects of Earthquakes on Buried 

Pipelines, 

W80-06635 1324 8D 

EARTHQUAKES 

A Seismotectonic Analysis of the Seismic and 
Volcanic Hazards in the Pribilof Islands-Eastern 
Aleutian Islands Region of the Bering Sea, 
W80-05583 1317 6A 

Earthquake Activity and Ground Shaking in and 

Along the Eastern Gulf of Alaska, 

W80-05588 1317 6A 

Seismic and Volcanic Risk Studies - Western 

Gulf of Alaska, 

W80-05590 1317 6A 



SU 116 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ECOLOGY 



Seismotectonic Studies of Northern and Western 

Alaska, 

W80-05599 1317 6A 

EASEMENTS 

Federal Tax Incentives for Private Environmen- 
tal Planning, 
W80-0O496 1302 6E 

Enforcing the Federal Water Resource Servi- 
tude on Submerged and Riparian Lands, 
W80-04781 1314 6E 

EAST ANGLIA (ENGLAND) 

Seasonal Shifts of Sediment Within an Estuary 

Mediated by Algal Growth, 

W80-03374 1310 2J 

EAST-CENTRAL FLORIDA 

Effects of Paved Surfaces on Recharge to the 
Floridan Aquifer in East-Central Florida-A 
Conceptual Model, 
W80-01428 1304 4C 

EAST FLOWER GARDEN BANK 

Chemical Aspects of a Brine Pool at the East 

Flower Garden Bank, Northwestern Gulf of 

Mexico, 

W80-O0626 1302 2K 

EAST FORK ARKANSAS RIVER (CO) 

Appraisal of Ground Water in the Vicinity of 

the Leadville Drainage Tunnel, Lake County, 

Colorado, 

W80-06516 1324 5B 

EAST FORK WHITE RIVER (IN) 

A One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Dissolved- 
Oxygen Model and Waste-Load Assimilation 
Study for East Fork White River, Bartholomew 
County, Indiana, 
W80-06792 1324 5G 

EAST LANSING (MI) 

Utilization of Natural Ecosystems for 

Wastewater Renovation, 

W80-04188 1312 5D 

EASTERN AUSTRALIA 

A Frequency Distribution for Annual Floods, 
W80-06152 1319 2E 

EASTERN BROWARD COUNTY (FL) 

Water-Quality Data for Canals in Eastern 

Broward County, Florida, 1975-78, 

W80-06061 1319 7C 

EASTERN NEW MEXICO 

Bibliography of Geology and Hydrology, East- 
ern New Mexico, 
W80-01591 1304 10C 

EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA 

Land Use, Land Cover, and Drainage on the 
Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula, Eastern North 
Carolina, 1974, 
W80-06247 1320 4C 

EASTERN SACRAMENTO VALLEY (CA) 

Chemical Quality of Ground Water in the East- 
ern Sacramento Valley, California, 
W80-01425 1304 2K 

EASTERN U.S. 

Hypsometry of the Continental Shelf off Eastern 

North America, 

W80-03367 1310 2L 

EASTERN UNITED STATES 

Hydrology and Geochemistry of Thermal 

Springs of the Appalachians, 

W80-05457 1317 1A 

EASTERN WASHINGTON 

Water Resources Data for Washington, Water 

Year 1978- Volume 2. Eastern Washington. 

W 80-02247 1306 7C 



Estimation of Floods of Various Frequencies for 
the Small Ephemeral Streams in Eastern Wash- 
ington, 
W80-04093 1312 2E 

EASTERN WISCONSIN 

Contamination Potential in the Silurian Dolo- 
mite Aquifer, Eastern Wisconsin, 
W80-00757 1302 5B 

EATON RIVER (QUEBEC) 

Use of Principal Component Analysis to Identify 

Homogeneous Precipitation Stations for Optimal 

Interpolation, 

W80-04048 1312 7A 

ECOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTION 

Contribution to the Study of Some Bryoassocia- 
tions of the Subalpine Zone in the Southeast of 
France (Contribution a l'etude de Quelques 
Bryoassociations de l'etage Subalpine Dans le 
Sud-est de la France), 
W80-00006 1301 21 

Correlation of Apalachicola River Floodplain 
Tree Communities with Water Levels, Eleva- 
tion, and Soils, 
W80-00041 1301 21 

A Preliminary Study of Zooplankton Sound 
Scattering Layers in Balsfjorden: Structure, En- 
ergetics, and Migrations, 
W8O-O0983 1303 5C 

Experimental Studies on Factors Limiting Colo- 
nization by Daphnia Pulex Leydig of Coastal 
Montane Lakes in British Columbia, 
W80-01124 1303 5C 

Phytoplankton Ecology of Shatt Al-Arab River 

at Basrah, Iraq, 

W80-01712 1305 5C 

Composition and Dynamics of Zooplankton in 

the Sava Lake, 

W80-O1785 1305 5C 

Fish Communities of the Manitoulin Island 

Lakes, 

W80-01791 1305 81 

Zooplankton Distribution in Relation to the Hy- 
drology of the Derwent River Estuary, 
W80-01985 1305 5C 

Gradient Analysis of the Vegetation in a Brack- 
ish Marsh in Bellingham Bay, Washington, 
W80-02299 1306 21 

Endohelminths of Salmonida from the Artificial 
Lake Piva, Montenegro, Yugoslavia, 
W80-02490 1307 5C 

Size-Selective Predation by Fish on Thin- 
Shelled Gastropods (Lymnaea): The Signifi- 
cance of Floating Vegetation (Trapa) as a Physi- 
cal Refuge, 
W80-02493 1307 5C 

Occurrence and Dynamics of Dreissena Poly- 

morpha (Pall.) (Bivalvia), 

W80-02532 ' 1307 5C 

Distribution and Ecology of Svalbard's Clado- 

cera, 

W80-02534 1307 5C 

Aspects of the Zoogeography of Australian Mi- 

crocrustaceans, 

W80-02548 1307 5C 

Environment, Vegetation and Phytogeography 
of the High-Altitude Bogs of Lesotho, 
W80-03507 1310 21 

Seasonal and Spatial Changes in the Composi- 
tion of the Aquatic and Semiaquatic Vegetation 
of Lake Chilwa, Malawi, 
W80-03512 1310 21 



Vegetation Study Undertaken at the Lamto Sau 
Savanna Reserve (Ivory Coast)-(Vegetations- 
kundliche Untersuchungen Im Savannenreservat 
Lamto (Elfenbeinkuste)), 
W80-03527 1310 21 

Vegetation Zonation Around Freshwater 
Springs of the Maharlu Salt Lake Near Shiraz 
(Iran), Vegetationszonierung an Susswasserquel- 
len des Maharlusalzsees Bei Shiraz (Iran), 
W80-03537 1310 21 

The Ecology of a Saltmarsh in Sri Lanka, 
W80-03871 1311 21 

The River Laxa Ecosystem, Iceland, 
W80-O4663 1314 2E 



Dams and Wildlife, 

W80-04678 



1314 21 



Pelagic and Demersal Fish Assessment in the 

Lower Cook Inlet Estuary System, 

W80-06429 1321 5C 

ECOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTIONS 

Investigations on Population Dynamics of Water 
Beetles of Two Swamps in the Northern Area of 
the Black Forest. Populationsdynamische Unter- 
suchungen an Wasserkafern Zweier Hochmoore 
des Nordschwartzwaldes, 
W80-02308 1306 IB 

ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS 

Stream Channel Modification in Hawaii. Part A: 
Statewide Inventory of Streams: Habitat Factors 
and Associated Biota, 
W80-00003 1301 6G 

Stream Channel Modification in Hawaii. Part B: 
Effect of Channelization on the Distribution and 
Abundance of Fauna in Selected Streams, 
W80-00O04 1301 6G 

Biogeochemistry of a Forested Ecosystem, 
W80-00328 1301 4C 

Ecological Effects of Fishpond Amelioration, 
W80-01248 1304 6G 

ECOLOGY 

Theory and Application of Environmental Eco- 
nomics, 
W8O-O0O27 1301 6A 

Remote Sensing as a Tool for Studying the 

Ecology of Halophytes, 

W8O-O0O37 1301 7B 

Problems in Ecological Monitoring in Port 

Valdez, Alaska, 

W80-00189 1301 5C 

Zooplankton Grazing in Simulation Models: The 

Role of Vertical Migration, 

W8O-0O2O7 1301 2H 

The Use of Ecological Models of Lakes in Syn- 
thesizing Available Information and Identifying 
Research Needs, 
W80-00210 1301 2H 

Preliminary Insights into a Three-Dimensional 

Ecological-Hydrodynamic Model, 

W80-O0214 ' 1301 2H 

Pyrite: Its Rapid Formation in a Salt Marsh and 
Its Importance to Ecosystem Metabolism, 
W80-OO311 1301 2K 



■'■'■■■ 



m 



Mangroves: A Review, 
W80-00319 



1301 21 



Introduction to the Ecology of Fishpond Littor- 
als, 
W80-01210 1304 2H 



SU-117 



ECOLOGY 



SUBJECT INDEX 



General Characteristics of the Trebon Basin and 

Lednice Region, 

W80-01211 1304 2H 

Ecological Heterogenity Between North-Tem- 
perate Reservoirs and Glacial Lake Systems 
Due to Differing Succession Rates and Cultural 
Uses, 
W80-01714 1305 5C 

Physiological and Environmental Constraints in 
the Ecology of the Planktonic Dinoflagellate 
Ceratium Hirundinella, 
W80-02092 1306 5 A 



Peatlands, 
W80-02310 



1306 21 



Development of Some Lake Ecosystems in 

Tropical Africa, with Special Reference to the 

Invertebrates, 

W80-02325 1306 21 

Impact of the Freshwater Sponge Spongilla La- 

custris on a Sphagnum Bog-Pond, 

W80-02523 1307 5C 

Contribution of Asexual Reproduction to the 

Distribution of Triclad Flatworms, 

W80-02524 1307 5C 

Influence of Prey Size, Light Intensity, and Al- 
ternative Prey on the Selectivity of Plankton 
Feeding Fish, 
W80-02536 1307 5C 

Population Regulation of the Chydoridae in 

Lake Itasca, Minnesota, 

W80-02539 1307 5C 

Morphological and Behavioral Interactions Be- 
tween a Carnivorous Aquatic Plant (Utricularia 
Vulgaris L.) and a Chydoid Cladoceran (Chy- 
dorus Sphaericus O.F.M.), 
W80-02540 1307 5C 

Strategies for Co-existence in Two Limnetic Cy- 

clopoid Copepods, 

W80-02542 1307 5C 

Effect of a Pump-Storage Hydro-Electric 

Scheme on the Stratification and Ecology of a 
Scottish Loch, 

W80-02574 1307 5C 

Forest Overstory Vegetation and Environment 

on the Missouri River Floodplain in North 

Dakota, 

W80-03168 1309 21 

The Ecology of a Saltmarsh in Sri Lanka, 
W80-03871 1311 21 

Volatile Organic Sulfides from Freshwater 

Algae, 

W80-04128 1312 5C 

The Rates of Dry Matter and Nutrient Loss 
from Decomposing Potamogeton Pectinatus in a 
Brackish South-Temperate Coastal Lake, 
W80-04355 1313 5C 

Beaufort Sea Barrier Island-Lagoon Ecological 
Process Studies. Section I - Avian Ecology in 
Simpson Lagoon, Beaufort Sea, Alaska, 
W80-04956 1315 5C 

Beaufort Sea Barrier Island-Lagoon Ecological 
Process Studies. Ecology of Invertebrates in 
Simpson Lagoon, Beaufort Sea, Alaska, 
W80-04958 1315 5C 

The Breeding Biology of Marine Birds Associat- 
ed with Chiniak Bay, Kodiak Island, 1975-1978, 
W80-05043 1315 5B 

The Pelagic Birds of Tuxedni Wilderness, 

Alaska, 

W80-O5045 1315 5C 



Reproductive Ecology of Seabirds at Middleton 

Island, Alaska, 

W80-05046 1315 5B 

The Winter Feeding Habits of Selected Species 
of Marine Birds in Kachemak Bay, Alaska, 
W80-05047 1315 5B 

Nearshore Feeding Ecology of Marine Birds in 

the Kodiak Area, 1978, 

W80-05048 1315 5C 

Population Dynamics and Trophic Relationships 
of Marine Birds in the Gulf of Alaska and South- 
ern Bering Sea. Part 6: Populations and Ecology 
of Seabirds of the Koniuji Group, Shumagin 
Islands, Alaska, 
W80-05049 1315 5C 

Population Dynamics and Trophic Relationships 
of Marine Birds in the Gulf of Alaska and South- 
ern Bering Sea. Part 1 1 : Notes on the Winter 
Seabirds of Chiniak Bay, Kodiak Island, Alaska, 
W80-05050 1315 5B 

The Ecology of Aeromonas hydrophila in Albe- 
marle Sound, North Carolina, 
W80-05464 1317 5C 

Sublethal Effects of Pollutants: Test of the Use- 
fulness of Life Tables for Evaluating the Impact 
of Chronic Toxicity, 
W80-05465 1317 5C 

Beaufort Sea Barrier Island-Lagoon Ecological 
Process Studies. Ecology of Fishes in Simpson 
Lagoon, Beaufort Sea, Alaska, 
W80-05529 1317 5C 

Ecological Studies of Colonial Seabirds at Cape 
Thompson and Cape Lisburne, Alaska, 
W80-05530 1317 5C 

Riparian Forests in California: Their Ecology 

and Conservation. 

W80-05606 1317 2E 

Proceedings of the Gulf of Mexico Coastal Eco- 
systems Workshop, Port Aransas, TX, Septem- 
ber 4-7, 1979. 
W80-06228 1320 2L 

Phytoplankton Ecology of the San Francisco 
Bay System: The Status of our Current Under- 
standing, 
W80-06340 1321 2L 

ECONOMETRICS 

Economic Assessment of Potential Hazardous 
Waste Control Guidelines for the Inorganic 
Chemicals Industry, 
W80-00249 1301 6B 

Managing Small Water Systems: A Cost Study, 

Volume II, 

W80-03568 1310 6C 

ECONOMIC ANALYSIS 

Optimization of Sewage Treatment and Fish 

Propagation in Ponds, 

W80-01633 1305 6B 

Optimal Capacity of Municipal Water Supply 

Pumps, 

W80-01691 1305 4A 

Estimating Water Treatment Costs, Volume 4. 
Computer User's Manual for Retrieving and Up- 
dating Cost Data, 
W80-03655 1311 5F 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study-Analysis of Conclusions: Summary of 
Findings and Recommendations. 
W80-04171 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study-Appendix A. Technical Studies. Vol. I. 
W80-04173 1312 5G 



The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study-Appendix A. Technical Studies. Vol. II 
W80-O4174 1312 JG 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study-Appendix A. Technical Studies. Vol. Ill 
W80-04175 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study-Appendix A. Technical Studies. Vol. IV. 
W80-04176 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 

Study. Appendix B. Impact Studies 

W80-04177 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study. Appendix C. Analysis of Institutional Ar- 
rangements. 
W80-04178 1312 5G 

The Codorus Creek Wastewater Management 
Study. Supplement to Appendix C. Implement- 
ing a Land-Based System-An Analysis of Ap- 
proaches. 
W80-04179 1312 5G 

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR 
ASIA AND THE PACIFIC 

Report of the ESCAP Regional Preparatory 
Meeting for the United Nations Water Confer- 
ence. 
W80-00406 1302 6A 

ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA 

Economic Commission for Africa, Regional 

Report, 

W80-00409 1302 6A 

ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE 

Economic Commission for Europe. Regional 

Report, 

W80-00408 1302 6A 

ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR LATIN 
AMERICA 

Report of the Regional Preparatory Meeting of 
the Countries of Latin America and the Caribbe- 
an for the United Nations Water Conference, 
W80-00407 1302 6A 

ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR WESTERN 
ASIA 

Report of the Economic Commission for West- 
ern Asia Regional Preparatory Meeting. 
W80-00410 1302 6A 



ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Water, Women, and Development, 
W80-00416 



1302 6A 



ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY 

An Effluent Charge Schedule: Cost, Financial 

Burden, and Punitive Effects, 

W80-01962 1305 6C 

A Macroeconomic Analysis of Regional Envi- 
ronmental Modeling and Planning, 
W80-02452 1307 6B 

Joint Venture in Fisheries Between Distant- 
Water and Developed Coastal Nations: an Eco- 
nomic View, 
W80-02457 1307 6E 

Internalizing Externalities of Phosphorus Dis- 
charges from Crop Production to Surface 
Water: Effluent Taxes Versus Uniform Reduc- 
tions, 
W80-02458 1307 6B 

Economics of Irrigation and the Institutional and 

Pricing Systems of Water in Israel, 

W80-03554 1310 6C 

Pigovian Taxes, Polluter Subsidies, Regulation, 
and the Size of a Polluting Industry, 
W80-03848 1311 6E 



SU 118 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ECONOMICS 



What Can We Get From Effluent Charges, 
W80-03849 1311 6B 

The Analysis of Risk in Irrigation Projects in 

Developing Countries, 

W80-03851 1311 6B 

The Pollution Control Tax Incentive: A Non- 
Incentive, 
W80-03968 1312 6E 

Management of Summer-Seasonal Irrigation 
Water in Beef Cow/Calf Agriculture in the 
Sierra Nevada Foothills, 
W80-04803 1315 3F 

ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY 

Wastewater Reuse-How Viable Is It. Another 

Look, 

W80-00283 1301 5F 

Forecasting the Need for Surface Water Use 

Conjunctive with Groundwater, 

W80-01606 1305 6D 

Mariculture-Biological Treatment Industry, 
W80-01642 1305 5D 

Measuring the Risks of Waste Disposal by Deep- 
Well Injection, 
W80-030C5 1309 6B 

The Economic Feasibility of Dual Purpose Nu- 
clear Desalination of Ground Water, 
W80-03544 1310 3 A 

An Economic Evaluation of the Salinity Impacts 
from Energy Development: The Case of the 
Upper Colorado River Basin, 
W80-03964 1312 6B 

Technical and Economic Evaluation of an MSF 
Solar Energy Powered Desalination Plant, 
W80-04155 1312 3A 

Management of Summer-Seasonal Irrigation 
Water in Beef Cow/Calf Agriculture in the 
Sierra Nevada Foothills, 
W80-04803 1315 3F 

The Economic Consequences of Irrigating Corn 
on Fine Textured Soils in the Humid Midwest, 
W80-05102 1316 6B 

Aquaculture: A Modern Fish Tale, Seminar 
Conducted by Water Resources Research Insti- 
tute, Oregon State University, Spring Quarter 
1979. 
W80-06723 1324 81 

Some Economic Issues in Aquaculture, 
W80-06731 1324 81 

ECONOMIC GROWTH 

Growth, Technology Transfer and the Environ- 
ment, 
W80-01306 1304 6B 

ECONOMIC IMPACT 

Economic Assessment of Potential Hazardous 
Waste Control Guidelines for the Inorganic 
Chemicals Industry, 
W80-00249 1301 6B 

Regional Analysis of Economic Activity, Re- 
source Management and Lake Eutrophication: A 
Case Study of Itasca County, Minnesota, 
W80-0O254 1301 5C 

Economic Impact of the Selenium Effluent 

Standard in Illinois (R76-21), 

W80-00989 1303 6B 

Water Resources and Industrial Development in 
Mississippi: Opportunities and Constraints, 
W80-01003 1303 6D 

Economics of Weather Modification: A Review, 
W80-01008 1303 6B 



The Economic Impact Analysis of Effluent 
Standards for Total Dissolved Solids, 
W80-01310 1304 6B 

An Assessment of Some Economic Effects of 
Fia Land Use Requirements on Urban Coastal 
Zone Development, 
W80-01381 1304 6F 

Economic Impact of Proposed Boron Water 
Quality Standard for Wood River, R76-18, 
W80-01468 1304 6E 

Future Effects on the Mining Industry of 1977 

Clean Water Act, 

W80-01575 1304 6B 

A BCCIPA Model for Water Resource Project 

Evaluation, 

W80-01634 1305 6B 

Natural Resource Policy: The Distributional 

Impact on Consumers of Changing Output 

Prices, 

W80-02012 1306 6C 

What Could Water Regulations Cost, 
W80-02132 1306 6C 

The Economic Effects of Weather Modification 
Activities, Part III - Irrigated and Dryland Ag- 
riculture with Estimates of Production, Employ- 
ment, and Income Effects on the Area Econo- 
my, 
W80-02730 1308 2B 

Executive Summary: Workshops on Socio-Eco- 

nomic Aspects, 

W80-03136 1309 6C 

200-Mile Economic Zones - Fishing Limits and 

the E.E.C., 

W80-03141 1309 6E 

A Dynamic Regional Impact Analysis of Feder- 
al Expenditures on a Water and Related Land 
Resource Project - The Boise Project of Idaho. 
Part I: Direct Economic Impacts, Economics 
Subproject, 
W80-03309 1310 6B 

Application of Operations Research Techniques 
for a Problem in Water Resources Management: 
Economic Appraisal of Changes in Water Use 
Induced by Investments into Navigable Rivers 
and Canals, 
W80-03501 1310 6A 

A Recipe for Bad Water: Welfare Economics 

and Nuisance Law Mixed Well, 

W80-04469 1313 6E 

The Clean Water Act: Unexpected Impacts on 

Industry, 

W80-04914 1315 6E 

Port Authorities View State Coastal Manage- 
ment Programs, 
W80-05094 1315 6E 

A Dynamic Regional Impact Analysis of Feder- 
al Expenditures of a Water and Related Land 
Resource Project - The Boise Project of Idaho, 
Part II: Secondary Economic Impacts of the 
Boise Project of Idaho, 1947-1970, 
W80-05243 1316 6B 

Federal Control of Water Pollution - An Ounce 
of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure, 
W80-05374 1316 6E 

Measuring Economic Impacts: The Application 
of Input-Output Analysis to California Water 
Resources Problems, 
W80-06560 1324 6B 



ECONOMIC IMPACTS 

Assessment of the Environmental Infrastructure 
Required by Large Public and Private Invest- 
ments, 
W80-01699 1305 5C 

Current Issues in U.S. Environmental Policy. 
W80-02847 1308 6E 

ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION 

Rising Energy Prices, Water Demand by Periur- 
ban Agriculture, and Implications for Urban 
Water Supply: The Tucson Case, 
W80-00295 1301 3F 



Pollution Control: Economists' Views, 
W80-01471 1304 



6E 



Monopoly-Power as a Means for Pollution-Con- 
trol. 
W80-03148 1309 6C 

A Dynamic Regional Impact Analysis of Feder- 
al Expenditures of a Water and Related Land 
Resource Project -- The Boise Project of Idaho, 
Part III: Economic Scenario of the Boise Region 
'Without' a Federal Irrigation Project, Econom- 
ics Subproject, 
W80-03311 1310 6B 

A Recipe for Bad Water: Welfare Economics 

and Nuisance Law Mixed Well, 

W80-04469 1313 6E 

Environmental Improvement Through Econom- 
ic Incentives, 
W80-04752 1314 6E 

A Theoretical Analysis of Minute 242, 
W80-04988 1315 6E 



ECONOMIC PARAMETERS 

Economic Parameters, 
W80-00563 



1302 6B 



ECONOMIC PREDICTION 

Rising Energy Prices, Water Demand by Periur- 
ban Agriculture, and Implications for Urban 
Water Supply: The Tucson Case, 
W80-00295 1301 3F 

Possible Developments in U.S. and Global Fish 
Markets Due to Extended Jurisdication and a 
Proposed Research Agenda, 
W80-02451 1307 6E 

A Dynamic Regional Impact Analysis of Feder- 
al Expenditures of a Water and Related Land 
Resource Project - The Boise Project of Idaho, 
Part III: Economic Scenario of the Boise Region 
'Without' a Federal Irrigation Project, Econom- 
ics Subproject, 
W80-03311 1310 6B 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume V-Appendix D, Water Supply 
and Water Pollution Control. 
W80-03577 1310 5G 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume Ill-Appendix B, Projective 
Economic Study. 
W80-03579 1310 6A 

ECONOMICS 

Theory and Application of Environmental Eco- 
nomics, 
W80-00027 1301 6A 

The Potential Economic Uses of Halophytes, 
W 80-00040 1301 6C 

Cost Benefits of Physical Chemical Treatment, 
W80-00113 1301 5D 

Application of Fine Screens in the Treatment of 

Food Processing Wastewater, 

W80-00126 1301 5D 



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ECONOMICS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



A Water Quality Economic Index, 

W80-00346 1301 6B 

World Bank: Pricing as a Means of Controlling 

the Use of Water Resources. 

W80-00411 1302 6C 

Restriction of Supply and Risk in Water Supply 

Systems, 

W80-00442 1302 6C 

On Role of Administrative, Economic and 
Technological Measures in Protection of Surface 
and Subterranean Water Against Contamination 
and Depletion, 
W80-00465 1302 6E 

Economic Impact of Irrigated Agriculture in 

West Minnesota, 

W80-00990 1303 6B 

Water Pollution Control Theory -- An Econom- 
ic Taxonomy, 
W80-00996 1303 6B 

Investing Returns from Depleting Renewable 
Resource Stocks and Intergenerational Equity, 
W80-00997 1303 6B 

Economics of Weather Modification: A Review, 
W80-01008 1303 6B 

An Economic Analysis of Cost Sharing Ar- 
rangements in Water and Related Land Re- 
sources 
W80-01204 1304 6C 

A Further Review of Pollution Control, 
W80-01309 1304 6A 

Economic and Legal Enforcement Mechanisms. 
W80-01467 1304 6E 

The Importance of Industrial Effluent Surveys 

and Effects in the Economical Control of Water 

Pollution, 

W80-01637 1305 5C 

To Build or Not to Build: A Bayesian Analysis, 
W80-01696 1305 6B 

Coastal Wetlands Value Study in Michigan: 

Phase I and II, 

W80-01930 1305 6B 

Economic Value of Fish, Wildlife, and Recrea- 
tion in Michigan's Coastal Wetlands, 
W80-01965 1305 6B 

Economics and Water Conservation, 
W80-01970 1305 6B 

The Economics of the Oceans: Environment, 

Issues, and Economic Analysis, 

W80-02002 1306 6B 

Some Water Resource Policy Considerations, 
W80-02026 1306 6B 

The Backward Incidence of Pollution Control- 
Some Comparative Statics in General Equilibri- 
um, 
W80-02143 1306 6C 

A Determination of the Optimal Price of Unde- 

pletable Externalities, 

W80-02144 1306 6C 

Marine Resources: The Economics of US Ocean 

Policy, 

W80-02449 1307 6B 

Preliminary Report: Water System Improve- 
ments, City of Lewisburg, West Virginia. 
W80-02878 1 308 6D 

Alternative Water Supply Systems in Rural 

Areas, 

W80-03130 1309 6B 



The Economics of the Eastern Block Ocean 

Policy, 

W80-03138 1309 6E 

Uncertainty and Allocation Decisions Involving 

Unique Environmental Resources, 

W80-03146 1309 6B 

The Economic Consequences of Allocating 
Groundwater to Competing Interest in the Santa 
Cruz Basin, Pima County, Arizona, 
W80-03707 1311 6E 

Formulating Aquatic Weed Management Pro- 
grams, 
W80-03841 1311 4A 

A Bioeconomic Model of the Gulf of Mexico 

Shrimp Fishery, 

W 80-03 845 1311 81 

The Analysis of Risk in Irrigation Projects in 

Developing Countries, 

W80-03851 1311 6B 

Adaptive Economics and Natural Resources 

Policy, 

W80-03854 -1311 6B 

Environmental Management in General Equilib- 
rium: A New Incentive Compatible Approach, 
W80-03855 1311 6B 

Environmental Quality and Economic Develop- 
ment, 
W80-03857 1311 6E 

Systems Ecology, People Ecology, and the An- 
thropology of Fishing Communities, 
W80-03860 1311 6B 

Economics and Water Conservation Part 2, 
W80-04149 1312 3D 

Rebuttal of 'Economic Value of Natural Coastal 

Wetlands: A Critique', 

W80-04158 1312 6B 

On the Cost-Benefit Analysis of Port Projects, 
W80-04160 1312 6B 

Optimizing the Benefits of Investments in Sew- 
erage in Developing Countries, 
W80-04163 1312 6B 



The California Water Atlas. 

W80-04444 



1313 2A 



Lake Superior in the 21st Century, 

W80-05265 1316 6B 

Automatic Control for Wastewater Treatment 

Systems, 

W80-05861 1318 5D 

Efficiency and Equity in Management of Agri- 
cultural Water Supplies, 
W80-06081 1319 6C 

Crop Production and Water Supply Characteris- 
tics of Kern County, 
W80-06082 1319 6C 

Hybrid Cooling System Thermodynamics and 

Economics, 

W80-06250 1320 5B 

Optimum Mechanical Draft Wet Cooling 
Towers to Supplement Once-Through Cooling 
at Selected Missouri River Sites, 
W80-06325 1320 5F 

An Empirical Assessment of Conjunctive Use 

and Water Pricing Policy, 

W80-06556 1324 6D 



ECONOMIES 

Principles and Methods for the Provision of 
Economic Incentives in Water Supply and 
Waste Water Disposal Systems 
W80-00436 1302 6B 

ECONOMIES OF SCALE 

Economies of Scale in Sewage Purification and 

Disposal, 

W80-01305 1304 6C 

The Economics of Rural Water Supply, 
W80-03132 1309 6B 

Cost Behavior and Water Systems, 

W80-04156 1312 6C 

ECONOMY 

Linkages Between the Economy and the Envi- 
ronment of the Coastal Zone of Mississippi. Pan 
II: Environmental Model. 
W80-02367 1306 5C 

ECOSYSTEM 

Prey Selection by the Cyclopoid Copepods Me- 
socyclops Edax and Cyclops Vicinus, 
W80-02543 1307 5C 

ECOSYSTEMS 

Ecophysiological Effects of Oil Spills from 
Amoco Cadiz on Pelagic Communities-Prelimi- 
nary Results, 
W80-00152 1301 5C 

Applications of Ecosystem Analysis to Oil Spill 

Impact, 

W80-00162 1301 5C 

The Rates of Transport and Fates of Petroleum 
Hydrocarbons in a Controlled Marine Ecosys- 
tem, and a Note on Analytical Variability, 
W80-00169 1301 5C 

Chemical Investigations of Two Experimental 
Oil Spills in an Estuarine Ecosystem, Part II, 
W80-00186 1301 5C 

A Tidal Simulation System for Estuarine Eco- 
system Research, 
W80-00191 1301 5C 

Perspectives on Lake Ecosystem Modeling. 
W80-00204 1301 2H 

Considerations of Scale in Modeling Large 

Aquatic Ecosystems, 

W80-00205 ' 1301 2H 

Water Column Death and Decomposition of 

Phytoplankton: An Experimental and Modeling 

Review, 

W80-00206 1301 2H 

Modifications to the Model Cleaner Requiring 

Further Research, 

W80-00209 1301 2H 

The Examination of Ecosystem Properties of 

Lake Ontario Through the Use of an Ecological 

Model, 

W80-00215 1301 2H 

An Analysis of PCB in Lake Ontario Using a 
Size-Dependent Food Chain Model, 
W80-00216 1301 5A 

Biogeochemistry of a Forested Ecosystem, 
W80-00328 1301 4C 

Environmental Issues in River Basin Develop- 
ment, 
W80-00433 1302 2A 

The Environmental Impacts of the Aswan High 

Dam, 

W80-00446 1302 5C 

Environmental Assessment of an Active Oil 
Field in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico 1977- 



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EDWARDS AQUIFER (TX) 



1978. Volume III: Chemical and Physical Inves- 
tigations. 
W8O-0O692 1302 5C 

Adaptation of the EPAECO Model to a Lake in 

Central Finland, 

W8O-0O710 1302 2L 

A Mathematical Ecosystem Model Applicable 

to Shallow Water Bodies, 

W 80-007 11 1302 2L 

New Aspects of the Consideration of Feedback 
Mechanisms in an Ecological Model of the Pe- 
lagic Zone, 
W80-00715 1302 2H 

Operational Spraying of Acephate to Suppress 
Spruce Budworm has Minor Effects on Stream 
Fishes and Invertebrates, 
W80-01103 1303 5B 

Accumulation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in a 
Salt Marsh Ecosystem Exposed to Steady State 
Oil Input, 
W80-01161 1303 5C 

Ecological Consequences of Petroleum Spillage 

in Puerto Rico, 

W80-01162 1303 5C 



Pond Littoral Ecosystems 
W 80-0 1209 



1304 2H 



Insular Aquatic Ecosystems: Hawaii, 
W80-01902 1305 6B 

A Digitized Classification System for the Natu- 
ral Vegetation of North America with Hierar- 
chical Summary for World Ecosystems, 
W80-01905 1305 6B 

Ecological Kinetics of Silver in an Alpine Lake 

Ecosystem, 

W80-02120 1306 5B 

The Biology of Salt Wells Creek and Its Tribu- 
taries, Southwestern Wyoming, 
W80-02232 1306 6G 

Value of Wetlands as Domestic Ecosystems, 
W80-02256 1306 6B 

Halophytes, Energetics and Ecosystems, 
W80-02329 1306 2L 

The Tsesis Oil Spill: Its Impact on the Coastal 

Ecosystem of the Baltic Sea, 

W80-03012 1309 5C 

Nutrient Budgets of a Temporary Pond Ecosys- 
tem, 
W80-03123 1309 5C 

Enzyme Activities Following Chronic Exposure 
to Crude Oil in a Simulated Ecosystem. I: 
American Oysters and Brown Shrimp, 
W80-03541 1310 5C 



Pesticides and Aquatic Ecosystems, 
W80-03699 



1311 5C 



Very Simple Model of the Initial Stage of Oligo- 

trophic-Eutrophic Succession. In Bodies of 

Water, 

W80-03792 1311 5 A 

Incorporation, Distribution and Fate of Saturat- 
ed Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Sediments from a 
Cont: oiled Marine Ecosystem, 
W80-03899 1311 5C 

Organic Carbon Cycling in a Swamp-Stream 
Ecosystem and Export by Streams in Eastern 
North Carolina, 
W80-03906 1312 5C 

Phytoplankton Modeling Involving Random 
Rate Constants. Part I: Deterministic Setting, 
W80-O4151 1312 5C 



Rebuttal of 'Economic Value of Natural Coastal 

Wetlands: A Critique', 

W80-04158 1312 6B 

The Ecosystem Approach; Scope and Implica- 
tions of an Ecosystem Approach to Transboun- 
dary Problems in the Great Lakes Basin. 
W80-04159 1312 6E 

Utilization of Natural Ecosystems for 

Wastewater Renovation, 

W80-04188 1312 5D 

Coastal Impact Mitigation and OCS-Induced Oil 
and Gas Development: A Perspective of the 
Clean Water Act's Section 404 Guidelines, 
W80-04193 1312 5C 



The River Continuum Concept, 
W80-04222 



1313 2E 



Distribution, Abundance, Community Structure, 
and Trophic Relationships of the Benthic In- 
fauna of the Northeast Gulf of Alaska, 
W80-04421 1313 5C 

The River Laxa Ecosystem, Iceland, 
W80-04663 1314 2E 

A Consideration of Trophic Dynamics in Some 

Tallgrass Prairie Farm Ponds, 

W80-05025 1315 5C 

Key Organisms in Benthic Food Webs and 

Their Relationship to Important Habitats in 
Lower Cook Inlet, 

W80-05053 1315 5C 

Distribution, Abundance, Community Structure 
and Trophic Relationships of the Nearshore 
Benthos of the Kodiak Shelf, 
W80-05054 1315 5C 

Environmental Assessment of Selected Habitats 
in the Beaufort and Chukchi Littoral System, 
W80-05056 1315 5C 

Verification of a York River Ecosystem Model, 
W80-05180 1316 5C 

Sources, Transport Pathways, Depositional Sites 

and Dynamics of Sediments in the Lagoon and 

Shallow Marine Region, Northern Arctic 

Alaska, 

W80-05354 1316 5C 

Trophic Relationships Among Ice Inhabiting 

Phocid Seals, 

W80-05521 1317 5C 

The Distribution, Abundance, Diversity and 

Productivity of the Western Beaufort Sea 

Benthos, 

W80-05531 1317 5C 



Beaufort Sea Plankton Studies, 
W80-05532 



1317 5C 



Arctic Food Dependency Matrix: An OCS 

Management Tool, 

W80-05605 1317 5C 

Dynamics of Phytoplankton Productivity in the 

Peconic Bay Estuary, Long Island, 

W80-05789 1318 2L 

Proceedings of the Gulf of Mexico Coastal Eco- 
systems Workshop, Port Aransas, TX, Septem- 
ber 4-7, 1979. 
W80-06228 1320 2L 

Ecosystem Dynamics and A Phosphorus Budget 
of an Alluvial Cypress Swamp in Southern Illi- 
nois, 
W80-06254 1320 2 A 

Ecological Studies of Intertidal and Shallow 
Subtidal Habitats in Lower Cook Inlet. 
W80-06428 1321 5C 



Distribution and Budgets of Carbon, Phospho- 
rus, Iron and Manganese in a Floodplain Swamp 
Ecosystem, 
W80-06694 1324 5C 

Impact of Oil on the Pelagic Ecosystem, 
W80-06740 1324 5C 

Impact of Oil on the Littoral Ecosystem: Effects 

on the Phytal Ecosystem, 

W80-06744 1324 5C 

Upwelling in a Nearshore Marine Ecosystem 

and its Biological Implications, 

W80-06847 1324 2L 

ECOTYPES 

Factor Analysis of Temporal and Spatial Pat- 
terns of Multicellular Green Freshwater Algae, 
W80-02520 1307 5C 

Body Size and Feeding Ecology as Alternatives 
to Taxonomy for the Study of Limnetic Zoo- 
plankton Community Structure, 
W80-03815 1311 5 A 

ECTOCARPUS 

Mechanisms of Copper Tolerance in the Marine 
Fouling Alga Ectocarpus Siliculosus- Evidence 
for an Exclusion Mechanism, 
W80-02213 1306 5 A 

EDDIES 

Dispersion in Rough Rectangular Channels, 
W80-02910 1308 2E 

Origins of Oceanic Plankton in the Middle At- 
lantic Blight, 
W80-O4132 1312 2L 

EDDY COUNTY (NM) 

Experimental Salinity Alleviation at Malaga 

Bend of the Pecos River, Eddy County, New 

Mexico, 

W80-06513 1324 5G 

EDTA 

Accumulation of Cadmium by Green Microal- 

gae, 

W80-03276 1309 5B 

In Vitro Inhibition of Three Phosphatases by 
Mercuric Chloride and Their Reversal by Che- 
lating Agent EDTA, 
W80-03685 1311 5A 

Toxicity of Heavy Metals to the Marine Diatom 
Ditylum Bright wellii (West) Grunow: Correla- 
tion Between Toxicity and Metal Speciation, 
W80-04414 1313 5A 

EDUCATION 

Algal Biochemical Tricks and Classification, 
W8O-0O512 1302 5C 

A Field Exercise on Ground Water Flow Using 
Seepage Meters and Mini-Piezometers, 
W80-06014 1319 7B 

Perspective on Geographical Research: (11) Hy- 
drology in Geographic Perspective in South 
Africa, 
W80-06409 1321 9A 

Effectiveness of Field Trips in Teaching 

Groundwater Concepts, 

W80-06415 1321 9A 

EDUCATION TECHNIQUES 

Education Techniques and Planning for Water 
Resources Development - Phase III, 
W80-06506 1324 6A 

EDWARDS AQUIFER (TX) 

Records of Wells, Chemical Analyses, and 
Water Levels of Selected Edwards Wells, Bexar 
County, Texas, 
W80-01299 1304 2F 



SU-121 



EDWARDS AQUIFER (TX) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Ground-Water Resources and Model Applica- 
tions for the Edwards (Balcones Fault Zone) 
Aquifer in the San Antonio Region, Texas, 
W80-02883 1308 2F 

Water Resource Uses and Issues in Texas, 
W80-03933 1312 7C 

Calibration of the Edwards Aquifer Model, 
W80-05167 1316 2F 

EDWARDS PLATEAU (TX) 
Occurrence, Availability, and Chemical Quality 
of Ground Water in the Edwards Plateau 
Region of Texas, 
W80-01298 1304 2F 

EELGRASS 

Uptake of Cadmium by the Eelgrass Zostera 

Marina, 

W80-00789 1302 5 A 

Consumption of Eelgrass, Zostera Marina, by 
Birds and Invertebrates During the Growing 
Season in Lake Grevelingen (SW Netherlands), 
W80-03819 1311 5C 

EELS 

Evidence for the Protective Effect of Metalloth- 

ioneins Against Inorganic Mercury Injuries to 

Fish, 

W80-00839 1303 5 A 

Effects of Temperature on the Growth and Sur- 
vival of the European Eel, Anguilla Anguilla L., 
W80-02968 1308 5 A 

A Light Microscopic Study of the Action of 
Sodium Orthovanadate on the Gills of Fresh- 
Water and Sea- Water Eels (Anguilla Anguilla 
L.), 
W80-03300 1309 5B 

Identification of Organic Sulfur Compounds 
Transferred to Fish from Petroleum Suspension 
by Mass Chromatography, 
W80-03671 1311 5B 

Interactions Between Vascular Actions of De- 
tergent and Catecholamines in Perfused Gills of 
European Eel, Anguilla Anguilla L. and Brown 
Trout, Salmo Trutta, L., 
W80-04388 1313 5 A 

Effect of Organophosphate Insecticide 'Owado- 
fos Plynny-50' (Fenitrothion) on Bioelectric 
Changes in Cardiac Muscle of Eel, Anguilla 
Anguilla L., 
W80-04416 1313 5C 

EFFECTIVE PRECIPITATION 

Effective Rainfall Estimation, 

W80-04231 1313 2G 

EFFECTS 

Zooplankton Grazing in Simulation Models: The 

Role of Vertical Migration, 

W80-00207 1301 2H 

Modeling Management of Ponderosa Pine 

Forest Resources, 

W80-00228 1301 2 A 

The Effects of pH on the Aluminum, Iron and 
Calcium Phosphate Fractions of Lake Sedi- 
ments, 
W80-00588 1302 2J 



Microbial Effects on Soil Erodibility, 
W80-O0594 1302 



2J 



Some Effects of Groundwater Extraction in the 
Western Part of the Netherlands on the Hydro- 
logical Regime, 
W80-O0978 1303 2F 



Effects of Suburban Construction on Runoff 
Contributing Zones in a Small Southern Ontario 
Drainage Basin, 
W80-01272 1304 2E 

Variation of Alluvial-Channel Width with Dis- 
charge and Character of Sediment, 
W80-01426 1304 2J 

Effects of Paved Surfaces on Recharge to the 
Floridan Aquifer in East-Central Florida-A 
Conceptual Model, 
W80-01428 1304 4C 

Integrated Approach to Pollution Control Surat, 

India: A Case Study, 

W80-01619 1305 5C 

Structural Designs and Problems for Water Pol- 
lution Control, 
W80-01620 1305 5C 

The Role of Nutrients and Their Effects on the 
Biota in Freshwater Lentic Systems, 
W80-01622 1305 5C 

The Importance of Industrial Effluent Surveys 

and Effects in the Economical Control of Water 

Pollution, 

W80-01637 1305 5C 

Oil Separation from Oily Wastewater by In- 
clined Plates, 
W80-01658 1305 5D 

A Mechanism for Biological Denitrification in 

Aerated Lagoon System, 

W80-01670 1305 5D 

Stream Channel Modification in Hawaii. Part C: 
Tolerance of Native Stream Species to Observed 
Levels of Environmental Variability, 
W80-01911 1305 6G 

Stream Channel Modification in Hawaii, Part D: 

Summary Report, 

W80-01912 1305 6G 

(Growth and Chemical Composition of Reed 

(Phragmites Australlis) as Related to Water Eu- 

trophication), Wachstum und Chemische Zu- 

sammensetzug von Schilf (Phragmites Australis) 

in Abhangigkeit von der 

Gewassereultrophierung. 

W80-01913 1305 5C 

The Impacts of Coal Strip Mining on the Hydro- 
geologic System of the Northern Great Plains: 
Case Study of Potential Impacts on the North- 
ern Cheyenne Reservation, 
W80-03042 1309 5B 

Effects of Grazing on Runoff and Sediment 
Yield from Desert Rangeland at Badger Wash in 
Western Colorado, 1953-73, 
W80-03166 1309 4C 

The Effects of Oyster Shell Dredging on an 

Estuarine Benthic Community, 

W80-03734 1311 2L 

The Influence of Land-Use Change on Water 

Resources, 

W80-04873 1315 4C 

Assessing Land Use Changes With an Urban 

Runoff Model, 

W80-05239 1316 2A 

Experimental Study of Trace Metal Chemistry 
in Soft-Water Lakes at Different pH Levels, 
W80-05415 1317 2H 

Effects of Acidification on Mobilization of 
Heavy Metals and Radionuclides from the Sedi- 
ments of a Freshwater Lake, 
W80-05417 1317 2H 



Effects of Artificial Acidification on the Growth 

of Periphyton, 

W80-05418 1317 2H 

Experimental Acidification of Lake 223, Experi- 
mental Lakes Area: Background Data and the 
First Three Years of Acidification, 
W80-05419 1317 2H 

Physiocochemical Factors and Their Effects on 

Algal Growth in a New Southern California 

Reservoir, 

W80-05720 1318 5C 

Stormwater Detention in Developing Water- 
sheds, 
W80-05944 1318 2E 

Public Attitudes Toward the Recreational Use 
of Drinking Water Reservoirs in Massachusetts, 
W80-06157 1319 6B 

Simulation of Effects of Urbanization on Storm- 
water Runoff and Quality, 
W80-06223 1320 4C 

Permanent Effects of Elevated Temperature on 

the Hydraulics and Strength Properties of Clay 

Confining Layers in Aquifer Storage of Thermal 

Energy, 

W80-06509 1324 8D 

Hydrologic Characteristics of Wisconsin's Wet- 
lands and Their Influence on Floods, Stream 
Flow, and Sediment, 
W80-06595 1324 21 

Wind Setup Effects in Large Open Channels, 
W80-06830 1324 8B 

Impact of Gravel Mining on River System Sta- 
bility, 
W80-06833 1324 2J 

Changes in Properties of a Newly Cleared 
Tropical Alfisol as Affected by Mulching, 
W80-06841 1324 2G 

EFFECTS OF PESTICIDES 

Effects of Malathion on Microorganisms of an 

Artificial Salt-Marsh Environment, 

W80-00303 1301 21 

EFFICIENCIES 

Determination of Energy Content and Net Effi- 
ciency of Solar Energy Conversion by Fishpond 
Helophytes, 
W80-01230 1304 21 

Treatment of Effluents from Textile Fiber Proc- 
essing Industries, 
W80-01653 1305 5D 

Comment on 'The Efficiency and Equity of Cost 
Allocation Methods for Multipurpose Water 
Projects' by James C Loughlin, 
W80-03137 1309 6C 

Arid Lands Biomass Production in Arizona, 
W80-03546 1310 21 

Evaluation of Mound Systems for Purification of 

Septic Tank Effluent, 

W80-04112 1312 5D 

Experimental Degradation of Detritus made 
from the Salt Marsh Plants Spartina Alterniflora 
Loisel., Salicornia Virginica L., and Juncus Roe- 
merianus Scheele, 
W80-05321 1316 21 

EFFICIENT TAX POLICY 

Internalizing Externalities of Phosphorus Dis- 
charges from Crop Production to Surface 
Water: Effluent Taxes Versus Uniform Reduc- 
tions, 
W80-02458 1307 6B 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



ELECTRIC POWERPLANTS 



EFFLUENT CHARGE SCHEDULE 

An Effluent Charge Schedule: Cost, Financial 

Burden, and Punitive Effects, 

W80-01962 1305 6C 

EFFLUENT CHARGES 

Interactive Pollutants and Joint Abatement 
Costs: Achieving Water Quality Standards with 
Effluent Charges, 
W80-04187 1312 5G 

EFFLUENT STREAMS 

Waste Reduction by Process Modification in 

Sweet Corn Processing, 

W80-00125 1301 3E 

EFFLUENTS 

Algal Assays for Areas Receiving or Pro- 
grammed to Receive Sewage Effluent, 
W80-00193 1301 5A 

Nitrogen Removal from Secondary Effluent Ap- 
plied to a Soil-Turf Filter, 
W80-00274 1301 5F 

Wastewater Effluent-An Element of Total 

Water Resource Planning, 

W80-O0284 1301 3C 

Effect of Algal Growth and Dissolved Oxygen 
in Redox Potentials in Soil Flooded with Sec- 
ondary Sewage Effluent, 
W80-00286 1301 5D 

Long-Term Effects of Land Application of Do- 
mestic Wastewater: Vineland, New Jersey, 
Rapid Infiltration Site, 
W80-O0529 1302 5E 

Environmental Pollution Control Alternatives: 

Municipal Wastewater, 

W80-00544 1302 5D 

Economic Impact of the Selenium Effluent 

Standard in Illinois (R76-21), 

W80-00989 1303 6B 

The Economic Impact Analysis of Effluent 
Standards for Total Dissolved Solids, 
W80-01310 1304 6B 

A Real Time Model of Nitrogen-Cycle Dynam- 
ics in An Estuarine System, 
W80-01355 1304 5C 

Submarine Wasterwater Outfall - Near Field 

Flow Dynamics and Mixing, 

W80-01387 1304 6A 

Ocean Outfall Wastewater Disposal Feasibility 

and Planning. 

W80-01402 1304 5E 

An Investigation of Proposed Effluent Dis- 
charge into a Tropical Mangrove Estuary, 
W80-01613 1305 5C 

Pollution Control Through Recovery from 
Wastes and Effluent Treatment in Synthetic 
Resin Processing Industry, 
W80-01651 1305 5D 

Man-Made Stress Patterns in Two Impound- 
ments, 
W80-01725 1305 5C 

Status Report on Compliance with the Chlor- 
Alkali Mercury Regulations 1976-77. 
W80-02835 1308 6E 

Toxicity of Effluents from Sulphite Pulping Op- 
erations Practicing Recovery and Biological 
Treatment. 
W80-02840 1308 5D 

The Merrimack: Designs for a Clean River. 

Annex C: Consultant's Industrial Wastewater 

Profiles. 

W80-02876 1308 5E 



Septic Tank Wastewater Disposal Systems as 
Phosphorus Sources for Surface Waters, 
W80-02904 1308 5B 

Confined Disposal Area Effluent and Leachate 
Control (Laboratory and Field Investigations), 
W80-03398 1310 5E 

Water Quality Committee (Annual Report). 
W80-03405 1310 5G 



Staged Multiport Diffusers, 
W80-03717 



1311 5B 



Characteristics of Effluents from Gray and 

Black Water Septic Tanks, 

W80-03791 1311 5B 

What Can We Get From Effluent Charges, 
W80-03849 1311 6B 

Renovation of Septic Tank Effluent in Sand- 
Clay Mixtures, 
W80-03913 1312 5D 

Land Treatment of Municipal Wastewater Ef- 
fluents: Case Histories. 
W80-04168 1312 5D 

Studies on the Chemical and Microbiological 
Characteristics of Soil-Filtered Dairy-Shed Ef- 
fluent, 
W80-04229 1313 5B 

Quality of Drainage Water from Pasture Treated 

with Dairy Shed Effluent, 

W80-04272 1313 5B 



Measuring Effluent Plumes, 
W80-05162 



1316 5A 



Developing a Toxicity Testing Capability for 

Australia, 

W80-06734 1324 5 A 

EGERIA DENSA 

Photosynthesis in the Aquatic Macrophyte 
Egeria Densa. Ill Gas Exchange Studies, 
W80-03806 1311 5C 

EGGYPTS WESTERN DESERT 

The Corrosive Well Waters of Egypt's Western 

Desert, 

W80-05447 1317 8G 

EGYPT 

Application of Geoscientific Knowledge to 
Evaluation of Land and Water Resources in 
Some Desert Areas of Egypt, 
W80-00639 1302 6B 

Water Resources and Land Reclamation in 

Egypt, 

W80-00643 1302 6B 

Secondary Salinization and Sodication in Egypt: 

A Case Study, 

W80-02858 1308 5G 



Nile River Discharge, 
W80-02901 



1308 2B 



New Data on the Distribution of Pollutants and 
Their Effect on Some Hyponeuston Constituents 
in the S.E. Mediterranean, 
W80-02948 1308 5 A 

The Problem of Phosphorus in the Eutrophic 

Lake Maryut, 

W80-03371 1310 5B 

EINSTEIN METHOD (MODIFIED) 

General Study of the Modified Einstein Method 
of Computing Total Sediment Discharge, 
W80-06593 1324 2J 

EKOLN BAY (SWEDEN) 

Subfossil Chironomids as Evidence of Eutrophi- 
cation in Ekoln Bay, Central Sweden, 
W80-04453 1313 5C 



ELASTIC THEORY 

Elastic Constants of Ice by Brillouin Spectros- 
copy, 
W80-06781 1324 2C 

ELASTICITY OF DEMAND 

The Backward Incidence of Pollution Control- 
Some Comparative Statics in General Equilibri- 
um, 
W80-02143 1306 6C 

Economics and Water Conservation Part 2, 
W80-04149 1312 3D 

ELBE ESTUARY (GERMANY) 

Tidal Computation in the Elbe Estuary with a 

Coupled FE Model, 

W80-06914 1324 2L 

ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT 

Understream Turbine Plant, 

W80-01933 1305 8C 

ELECTRIC FISH 

Electric Fish as a Tool for Water Quality As- 
sessment, 
W80-00659 1302 5 A 

ELECTRIC GENERATORS 

Shaft Torsional Oscillations of Hydrogenerators, 
W80-03315 1310 8C 

ELECTRIC MOTORS 

Submersible Motors.. .Reliable Performance De- 
pends on Reliable Installation, 
W80-05559 1317 8C 

ELECTRIC POWER 

Can Off-Peak Pumping Cut Utility Power Costs, 
W80-01405 1304 6D 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume X-Appendix I, Electric Power. 
W80-03572 1310 6B 

Instantaneous Rainfall Rate: Its Measurement 

and Its Influence on High- Voltage Transmission 

Lines, 

W80-04538 1314 7B 

ELECTRIC POWER COSTS 

Forecasting the Need for Surface Water Use 

Conjunctive with Groundwater, 

W80-01606 1305 6D 

ELECTRIC POWER DEMAND 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume X-Appendix I, Electric Power. 
W80-03572 1310 6B 

ELECTRIC POWER INDUSTRY 

Physical and Engineering Properties of Hazard- 
ous Industrial Wastes and Sludges, 
W80-00243 1301 8G 

ELECTRIC POWER PLANTS 

Integration of Thermal and Food Processing 
Residuals into a System for Commercial Culture 
of Freshwater Shrimp (Power Plant Waste Heat 
Utilization in Aquaculture). Volume 3, 
W80-01135 1303 5E 

ELECTRIC POWER PRODUCTION 

Electric Generating Water Power Device. 
W80-01932 1305 8C 



Understream Turbine Plant, 
W80-01933 



1305 8C 



Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume X-Appendix I, Electric Power. 
W80-03572 1310 6B 

ELECTRIC POWERPLANTS 

Integration of Thermal and Food Processing 
Residuals into a System for Commercial Culture 
of Freshwater Shrimp. (Power Plant Waste Heat 
Utilization in Aquaculture)., Volume II, 
W80-00497 1302 3C 



SU-123 



Si£ ; $SK8K 



ELECTRIC POWERPLANTS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Long-Term Availability of Water Resources for 

Energy Development in the Central United 

States, 

W80-00499 1302 6D 

Isolation of Pathogenic Naegleria from Artifi- 
cially Heated Waters, 
W80-01390 1304 5C 

Economic Impact of Proposed Boron Water 
Quality Standard for Wood River, R76-18, 
W80-01468 1304 6E 

Effect of a Stream Electric Generating Station 
on the Emergency Timing of the Mayfly, Hexa- 
genia Bilineata (SAY), 
W80-01733 1305 5C 

Population Dynamics and Biomass Production 

of Neomysis Integer (Leach) in the Bergumer- 

meer, 

W80-02553 1307 5C 

Effect of a Pump-Storage Hydro-Electric 
Scheme on the Stratification and Ecology of a 
Scottish Loch, 
W80-02574 1307 5C 

Undeveloped Hydropower As a Potential 

Energy Source in Idaho, 

W80-03918 1312 6B 

Algal Response to a Thermal Effluent: Study of 

a Power Station on the Provo River, Utah, 

USA, 

W80-04449 1313 5C 

ELECTRICAL CONDUCTANCE 

Measurement of Apparent Electrical Conductiv- 
ity of Soils by an Electromagnetic Induction 
Probe to Aid Salinity Surveys, 
W80-00750 1302 2G 

Inexpensive Four-Electrode Probe for Monitor- 
ing Soil Salinity, 
W80-00751 1302 2G 

A Compact, Low-Cost Circuit for Reading 

Four-Electrode Salinity Sensors, 

W80-00752 1302 2G 

The Effect of Hydrogeology on Variations in 

the Electrical Conductivity of Groundwater 

Fluctuations, 

W80-02412 1307 2F 

An Electrical Conductance Method for Deter- 
mining Condensation and Evaporation Processes 
in Arid Soils with High Spatial Resolution, 
W80-03470 1310 2D 

ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY TECHNIQUE 

Measurement of Evaporation From Salt Water 

Pan, 

W80-06683 1324 2D 

ELECTRICAL DESIGN 

Causes and Effects of 3-Phase Power System 

Unbalance, 

W80-01730 1305 8C 

ELECTRICAL MOTORS 

Causes and Effects of 3-Phase Power System 

Unbalance, 

W80-01730 1305 8C 

ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES 

In-Situ Measurements of the Activation Energy 

for D.C. Conduction in Polar Ice, 

W80-02478 1307 2C 

Permittivity of Ice and Water at Millimeter Wa- 
velengths, 
W80-O4635 1314 2C 

An Analysis of the In-Situ Resistivity of Sea Ice 

in Terms of Its Microstructure, 

W 80-06 KM 1319 2C 



The Pendular-Funicular Liquid Transition in 

Snow, 

W80-06784 1324 2C 

ELECTRICAL WELL LOGGING 

Electric Logs.. .Just for Water Wells, 
W80-02650 1307 7B 

ELECTRO-PHYSIOLOGY 

Effect of Organophosphate Insecticide 'Owado- 
fos Plynny-50' (Fenitrothion) on Bioelectric 
Changes in Cardiac Muscle of Eel, Anguilla 
Anguilla L., 
W80-04416 1313 5C 

ELECTRODES 

The Determination of Cyanide Ion in Natural 
Waters with a Selective Ion Electrode, 
W80-01256 1304 5A 

Preliminary Evaluation of an Alternate Elec- 
trode Array for Use in Shallow Subsurface Elec- 
trical Resistivity Studies, 
W80-06324 1320 2G 

ELECTRODIALYSIS 

Demineralization of Brackish Municipal Water 

Supplies-Comparative Costs, 

W80-03978 1312 6B 

Desalting: An Offer You May Not Refuse, 
W80-04509 1314 3A 

Solar Powered Electrodialysis - Part I: Design 
of a Solar Powered Electrodialysis System for 
Desalting Remote, Brackish Water Sources. 
W80-O6O01 1319 3A 

Water Treatment for Small Public Supplies, 
W80-06007 1319 5F 

Desalting Demonstration Plant Feasibility 

Study, Alamogordo, New Mexico. 

W80-06451 1324 3 A 

Desalting Demonstration Plant Feasibility 

Study, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

W80-06452 1324 3 A 

ELECTROLYSIS 

Electrolytic Cell for Treatment of Water Solu- 
tions, 
W80-02621 1307 5F 

Water Purification Method and Apparatus, 
W80-03426 1310 5D 

Method of Generating Hydrogen and Oxygen 

From Water, 

W80-03550 1310 IB 



Process for Electrolyzing Water, 
W80-05965 



1318 5F 



ELECTROLYTES 

Lead Toxicosis and Salt Glands in Domestic 

Ducks, 

W80-03287 1309 5B 

ELECTROMAGNETIC VELOCITY METER 

Instrumentation of Urban Hydrology Monitor- 
ing Sites in Southeast Florida, 
W80-03766 1311 7B 

ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES 

Electromagnetic Determination of Soil Water 

Content: Measurements in Coaxial Transmission 

Lines, 

W80-06395 1321 2G 

ELECTROMYOGRAPHY 

An Electromyogram of the Mandibular Adduc- 
tor of the Intact Baikal Grayling, Thymallus 
Arcticus Baicalensis, in a Phenol Solution, 
W80-03247 1309 5C 



ELECTRON MICROSCOPY 

Effects of Simazine on the Blue-Green Alga 

Anacystis Nidulans, 

>V80-01104 1303 5B 

Changes in Planktonic Microbial Populations - 
an Analysis by Scanning Electron Microscope, 
W8O-O2506 1307 5C 

Taxonomic Notes on Epiphytic Diatoms of Mis- 
sissippi Sound, U.S.A., 
W80-03781 1311 5C 

ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE 

An Epr Study of the Reduction of Vanadium(V) 

to Vanadium(IV) by Fulvic Acid, 

W80-02601 1307 1A 



ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 

Early Flood Warning System, 
W80-00889 



1303 2E 



Integrated Computer-Based Data Acquisition 
System Utilising Radio Communications, 
W80-01040 1303 7B 

A Digital Recording System for Tipping Bucket 
Raingages: Description and Field Testing, 
W80-02680 1307 2B 

Electronic Instrumentation Adds Dimensions to 

Metering, 

W80-06709 1324 5F 

ELECTROPLATING INDUSTRY 

Financing Your Pollution Control Needs, 
W80-03145 1309 6C 

ELEMENTS 

(Growth and Chemical Composition of Reed 

(Phragmites Australlis) as Related to Water Eu- 

trophication), Wachstum und Chemische Zu- 

sammensetzug von Schilf (Phragmites Australis) 

in Abhangigkeit von der 

Gewassereultrophierung. 

W80-01913 1305 5C 

ELEVATED SAND MOUND SYSTEM 

Inventory and Evaluation of Elevated Sand 
Mound Sewage Disposal Systems in Pennsylva- 
nia, 
W30-03912 1312 5D 

ELEVATED SAND MOUNDS 

Evaluation of Mound Systems for Renovation of 

Septic Tank Effluent, 

W80-03001 1309 8D 

ELEVATION 

Flood Elevations for the Sooes River at Pro- 
posed Fish Hatchery, Clallam County, Washing- 
ton - A Surface-Water Site Study, 
W80-00231 1301 81 

Configuration of the Top of the Floridan 
Aquifer, Southwest Florida Water Management 
District and Adjacent Areas, 
W80-O0934 1303 7C 

ELODEA 

Influence of the Mode of Contamination on the 
Subsequent Elimination of Cobalt 60 by a Phan- 
erogame, A Mollusc, A Crustacean and by a 
Freshwater Fish (In French), 
W80-02098 1306 5B 

Toxicity of Soluble Copper and Other Metal 

Ions to Elodea Canadenis, 

W80-02980 1308 5 A 

Concentration of the Herbicide 2,4-D by Some 

Higher Water Plants, 

W80-03243 1309 5B 

ELONGATED BUBBLES 

Deduction of Glacier Flow from the Distribu- 
tion of Elongated Bubbles, 
W80-05834 1318 2C 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



ENERGY BUDGET 



ELUTRIATE 

Analyses of Native Water, Bottom Material, and 
Elutriate Samples of Southern Louisiana Water- 
ways, 1977-78, 
W80-05867 1318 5A 

EMBANKMENTS 

Wave Motion in Rockfill Embankments, 
W80-01848 1305 8B 

Production and Structure in the Early Stages of 

Vegetation Development in the Lauwerszee- 

Polder, 

W80-03524 1310 2L 

A Hybrid Finite Element Model Applied to 

Unsteady Flow Problems, 

W80-06901 1324 8B 

EMBRYONIC GROWTH STAGE 

Some Observations on the Reproduction and 

Embryonic Development of Five Species of 

Fish Kept in Experimental Radioactive Water 

Bodies, 

W80-03244 1309 5 A 

EMERGENCE 

Phenology of Chironomus Spp. In Saline Lakes 

of Central British Columbia, 

W80-02564 1307 5C 

EMERGENT PLANTS 

The Nutritional Ecology of Cyperus Esculentus, 

an Emergent Aquatic Plant, Grown on Different 

Sediments, 

W80-03786 1311 21 

EMINENT DOMAIN 

The Freshwater Wetlands Act: Permissive Reg- 
ulation vs. Constructive Taking, 
W80-01568 1304 6E 

EMISSION SPECTROMETRY 

An Inductive-Coupled Plasma Atomic-Emission 
Spectrometric Method for Routine Water Qual- 
ity Testing, 
W80-00229 1301 7B 

EMISSION STANDARDS 

Water Intake, Wastewater Production and 
Treatment, and Air Pollution Control in Coal- 
Fired Steam-Electric Power Generating Sta- 
tions. 
W80-04565 1314 5D 

EMITTERS 

Trickle Irrigation Water Quality and Preventive 

Maintenance, 

W80-01955 1305 5F 

EMPHEMERAL STREAMS 

Physicochemical Transformations Within 
Ephemeral Streambeds Related to Sewage Ef- 
fluent Releases, 
W80-06695 1324 5B 

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS 

Water Resources Education Requirements of 

Engineering Firm, 

W80-01680 1305 6B 

EMPLOYMENT 

World Bank: An Approach for Selection of 
Labour Vs. Capital Intensive Technologies for 
Water Resource Development Projects. 
W 80-004 12 1302 6C 

World Employment Programme: Appropriate 
Construction Technology for Water Control and 
Irrigation Works in Developing Countries, 
W80-00419 1302 6 A 

Water Resources Education Requirements of 

Engineering Firm, 

W80-01680 1305 6B 



Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume Ill-Appendix B, Projective 
Economic Study. 
W80-03579 1310 6A 

EMS-DOLLART ESTUARY (THE 
NETHERLANDS) 

Some Observations on the Lipid Concentration 
in the Ems-Dollart Estuary and the Western 
Wadden Sea, 
W80-06651 1324 2L 

EMULSIONS 

Treatment of Concentrated Waste Waters Con- 
taining Oil Emulsions, 
W80-00111 1301 5D 

ENCLOSED SEAS 

Pollution Modelling for Enclosed Water Bodies, 
W80-01628 1305 5A 

ENDRIN 

Acute Endrin Toxicity on Oxidases of Ophioce- 

phalus Punctatus (Bloch), 

W80-00842 1303 5 A 

Considerations in Assessing the Potential for, 
and Significance of, Biomagnification of Chemi- 
cal Residues in Aquatic Food Chains, 
W80-02115 1306 5 A 

ENERGY 

Geothermal Energy: Problems and Shortcom- 
ings of Classification of a Unique Resource-A 
Look at Problems with Water Law, with Partic- 
ular Emphasis on New Mexico, 
W80-00388 1301 6E 

Long-Term Availability of Water Resources for 

Energy Development in the Central United 

States, 

W80-00499 1302 6D 



Economic Parameters, 
W80-00563 



1302 6B 



Energy Requirements of Present Pollution Con- 
trol Technology, 
W80-01311 1304 6C 

Energy and Useful By-Product Recovery from 

Animal Wastes, 

W80-01639 1305 5D 

Biodegradation of Palm Oil Sludge and its 
Waste Recovery as an Energy Source for Ani- 
mals and Soil Amendment, 
W80-01641 1305 5D 

Agricultural Energy Modeling: Discussion of 

Linear Programming Models, 

W80-01698 1305 6A 

Wave Forces on Partially Submerged Cylinders, 
W80-02336 1306 8B 

An Overview of River-Basin Assessment Tech- 
niques in an Energy-Impacted Region-Yampa 
River Basin, Colorado and Wyoming, 
W80-02865 1308 6A 

Chemical Fluctuations Due to Seasonal and 
Cropping Effects on an Algal-Seagrass Commu- 
nity, 
W80-03785 1311 21 

Rebuttal of 'Economic Value of Natural Coastal 

Wetlands: A Critique', 

W80-04158 1312 6B 

Energy Dissipation During Subglacial Abrasion 
at Nisqually Glacier, Washington, U.S.A., 
W80-04329 1313 2C 

Impact of Energy Development on the Law of 

the Colorado River, 

W80-04775 1314 6E 



The Coastal Zone Management Act Amend- 
ments of 1976, 
W80-04784 1314 6E 

Offshore Siting of Nuclear Power Plants, 
W80-04942 1315 5B 

Law of the Sea: Its Impact on the International 

Energy Crisis, 

W 80-05002 1315 6E 

Energy Facility Siting in the Urban Coastal 

Zone: Compatible or Not, 

W80-05365 1316 6E 

Unresolved Issues of Coastal Zone Management, 
W80-05368 1316 6E 

Geothermal Development and Western Water 

Law, 

W80-05372 1316 6E 

A Suggestion for Anticipating Alterations in 
Wave Action on Shores Consequent Upon 
Changes in Water Depths in Harbors and Coast- 
al Waters, 
W80-05864 1318 2L 

Bayesian Analysis of Energy Prices on Irriga- 
tion, 
W80-06505 1324 3F 

Ground Water and Energy, Report of the U.S. 
Department of Energy's National Workshop, 
Albuquerque, NM, January 29-31, 1980. 
W80-06713 1324 4B 

ENERGY BALANCE 

Daytime Energy Exchange and Evaporation 

from a Wooded Swamp, 

W80-02182 1306 2D 

ENERGY BUDGET 

Experimental and Field Studies on Ecological 
Energetics of Asellus Aquaticus L. (Isopoda). 
Energy Budget of a Population in the Littoral 
Zone of Powsinskie Lake, 
W80-00507 1302 5C 

Production and Energy Flow in the Macro- 
benthos of Two Sandy Beaches in South West 
India, 
W80-01463 1304 5C 

Energy Balance of Running Water System, 
W80-01738 1305 5C 

New Results on Primary Production and Bio- 
genic Aeration in German Rivers, 
W80-01749 1305 5C 

Halophytes, Energetics and Ecosystems, 
W80-02329 1306 2L 

Nutrient Budgets of a Temporary Pond Ecosys- 
tem, 
W80-03123 1309 5C 

Climatological Estimate of the Average Month- 
ly Energy and Water Budgets of Lake Tahoe, 
California-Nevada, 
W80-03953 1312 2H 

An Energy Budget Analysis of Water Use by 

Saltcedar, 

W80-04020 1312 2D 

Comprehensive Monitoring of Meteorology, 
Hydraulics, and Thermal Regime of the San 
Diego Aqueduct, California, 
W80-04100 1312 2D 

Energy Budget and Monthly Evaporation Esti- 
mates for Lake Superior, 1973, 
W80-05282 1316 2D 



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ENERGY BUDGET 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Evaluation of the Bowen Ratio/Energy Balance 

Method for Determining Forest Evapotranspira- 

tion, 

W80-06405 1321 2D 

ENERGY BUGET 

Mapping Potential Evapotranspiration in Hilly 

Terrain, 

W80-06069 1319 2D 

ENERGY CONSERVATION 

Irrigation Management -- A Mechanism for 

Saving Energy and Water, 

W80-05249 1316 3F 

ENERGY CONVERSION 

Process for Actuating a Hydraulic Prime Mover 
Through Conversion of Energy in Water Cur- 
rent, 
W80-00904 1303 8C 

Environmental Impact Assessment for Oper- 
ational OTEC Platforms, 
W80-01139 1303 5C 

Determination of Energy Content and Net Effi- 
ciency of Solar Energy Conversion by Fishpond 
Helophytes, 
W80-01230 1304 21 

Estimation of Net Photosynthetic Efficiency 

from Growth Analytical Data, 

W80-01231 1304 21 

Programmatic Environmental Impact Assess- 
ment for Operational OTEC Platforms - A 
Progress Report, 
W80-02071 1306 5C 

OTEC Environmental and Resource Assessment 

Program, 

W80-02072 1306 5C 

Environmental Impact Assessment for OTEC-1, 
W80-02073 1306 5B 

OTEC Physical and Climatic Environmental 

Impacts, 

W80-02074 1306 5B 

Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Pro- 
gram at Potential OTEC Sites, 
W80-02075 1306 5C 

Photosynthetically Active Radiation in a Stand 
of Phragmites Communis Trin. II. Model of 
Light Extinction in the Stand, 
W80-03869 1311 2H 

OTEC Physical and Climatic Environmental 

Impacts: An Overview of Modeling Efforts and 

Needs, 

W80-04197 1312 5C 

Progress Report for the Environmental Impact 
Assessment Program for the 1-MWe Early 
Ocean Test Platform, 
W80-04198 1312 5C 

Environmental Concerns for OTEC Identified in 
the DOE OTEC Environmental Readiness Doc- 
ument, 
W80-04438 1313 5C 

1979 Status of the OTEC Environment Pro- 
gram, 
W80-04439 1313 5C 

Hybrid Energy System: Wind and Water, 
W80-04502 1314 8C 

Including Geothermal Resources Within the 
Mineral Estate: The Need for a Statutory Rule 
of Presumption, 
W80-05088 1315 6E 



Photosynthetically Active Radiation in a Stand 

of Phragmites Communis Trin. IV. Stochastic 

Model, 

W80-05314 1316 2H 

Photosynthetically Active Radiation in a Stand 
of Phragmites Communis Trin. I. Distribution of 
Irradiance and Foliage Structure, 
W80-05667 1317 2H 

ENERGY COST RATIOS 

Can Off-Peak Pumping Cut Utility Power Costs, 
W80-01405 1304 6D 

ENERGY DEVELOPMENT 

An Economic Evaluation of the Salinity Impacts 
from Energy Development: The Case of the 
Upper Colorado River Basin, 
W80-03964 1312 6B 

Optimal Water Use and Salinity Control for 
Energy-Upper Colorado River Basin, 
W80-04190 1312 6A 

Use of Saline Water in Energy Development, 
W80-06698 1324 3C 

ENERGY DISSIPATION 

Sand Bed Friction Factors for Oscillatory 

Flows, 

W80-00734 1302 2L 



ENERGY STORAGE 

Aquifers Store Energy. 
W80-O494O 



1315 3C 



Radial Hydraulic Jump, 
W80-01020 



1303 8B 



Laboratory Study of Flow and Thermal Struc- 
tures in Heated and/or Cooled Layers of Water, 
W80-01799 1305 2H 

Energy-Dissipating Bypass for Hydroelectric 

Powerhouse, 

W80-02697 1307 8B 



Submerged Radial Hydraulic Jump, 
W80-04311 



1313 8B 



Force Fluctuations on Sill of Hydraulic Jump, 
W80-04834 1315 8B 

ENERGY EQUATION 

Laboratory Study of Flow and Thermal Struc- 
tures in Heated and/or Cooled Layers of Water, 
W80-01799 1305 2H 

ENERGY EXCHANGE 

Daytime Energy Exchange and Evaporation 

from a Wooded Swamp, 

W80-02182 1306 2D 

ENERGY LOSS 

Daytime Energy Exchange and Evaporation 

from a Wooded Swamp, 

W80-02182 1306 2D 

ENERGY PRODUCTION 

Energy Production and Water Resources in the 

Colorado River Basin, 

W80-02859 1308 6D 

Conflicts in Attaining National Goals for Both 
Water Quality and Energy Production, 
W80-04755 1314 6D 

ENERGY RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 

An Overview of River-Basin Assessment Tech- 
niques in an Energy-Impacted Region-Yampa 
River Basin, Colorado and Wyoming, 
W80-02865 1308 6A 

ENERGY SOURCE 

Anaerobic Digestion-Optimization of Energy 

Source from Wastes, 

W80-01643 1305 5D 

ENERGY SOURCES 

Offshore Siting of Nuclear Power Plants, 
W80-04942 1315 5B 



ENGINEERING 

CMEA Glossary on Water Management, 
W80-00437 1302 6A 

The Application of Petroleum Engineering to 

Geothermal Development, 

W80-05653 1317 8A 

Engineering Technology in Production of Oys- 
ters and Salmon, 
W80-06728 1324 81 

ENGINEERING EDUCATION 

Water Resources Education Requirements of 

Engineering Firm, 

W80-01680 1305 6B 

ENGINEERING PARAMETERS 

Engineering and Cost Parameters, 

W80-00564 1302 6B 

ENGINEERING PERSONNEL 

Adequacy of Data Resources for the Needs of 
the Consulting Engineer to Local Government, 
W80-02806 1308 8B 

ENGINEERING STRUCTURES 

Cost of Controls for 'Small Hydroelectric 

Plants' or River Systems, 

W80-01388 1304 6A 

Dam with Suspended Hydroelectric Station, 
W80-02634 1307 8A 

Temporary Cofferdam at Koeberg, 

W80-05996 1318 8H 

The Biggest Hydro-Electric Project in the 

World. 

W80-05998 1318 8C 

ENGLAND 

Rainfall Measurement by Radar, 

W80-00329 1301 7B 

A System for Real-Time Processing Transmis- 
sion and Display of Radar-Derived Rainfall 
Data, 
W80-00330 1301 7B 

Design of the Dee Telemetry System with Com- 
puter Acquisition of Data, 
W80-00331 1301 7B 

Installation and Operation of the Dee Telemetry 

System, 

W80-00332 1301 7B 

Capital and Operating Costs of the Existing Dee 
Radar, Telemetry and Flow Forecasting Proj- 
ect, 
W80-00333 1301 7B 

Real-Time Conversion of Rainfall to Runoff for 
Flow Forecasting in the River Dee, 
W80-00334 1301 2E 

Control Rules for Long and Short Term Objec- 
tives, 
W80-00335 1301 2E 

Rainfall Forecasts in the United Kingdom Using 

Radar Data, 

W80-00336 1301 2B 

Estimation of Drainage Density from Topologi- 
cal Variables, 
W80-00953 1303 2E 

Wind-Wave Relationships for a Coastal Site in 

the Central English Channel, 

W80-01012 1303 2L 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



ENVIRONMENT 



The Frontiers Plan: A Strategy for Using Radar 
and Satellite Imagery for Very-Short-Range 
Precipitation Forecasting, 
W80-01038 1303 2B 

Spartial Variation in Epilithic Algae in a Stony 
Stream (Wilfin Beck) with Particular Reference 
to Cocconeis Placentula, 
W80-01360 1304 5C 

Life-History and Distribution of Simulation Aus- 
teni (Diptera: Simuliidae) In Relation to Phyto- 
plankton in Some Southern English Rivers, 
W80-01361 1304 5C 

Calculation of Aquifer Parameters from Sparse 

Data, 

W80-01707 1305 2F 

A Model for Nitrate-Nitrogen Transport and 

Dentrification in the River Thames, 

W80-01863 1305 5B 

Tidal Flows in Salt Marsh Creeks, 

W80-01882 1305 2L 

Tidal and Seasonal Variations of Trace Elements 

in Two Cornish Estuaries, 

W80-01884 1305 2L 

The Quantitative Measurement of Fog and Rime 

Deposition Using Fog-Gauges, 

W80-02333 1306 2B 

On the Generalized Kinematic Routing Method, 
W80-02577 1307 2E 

Methods of Comparing Annual Rainfall Records 

for Climatic Purposes, 

W80-02867 1308 2B 

A Simplified Model for the Generation of Daily 

Streamflows, 

W80-03195 1309 2E 

Land-Use and Upland Water Resources in Brit- 

ain-A Strategic Look, 

W80-03363 1310 2A 

Perspectives from Three Years Experience of 
Regional Water Services in Thames Water Au- 
thority, 
W80-03364 1310 5G 

Minor Elements in the Sediments of the Thames 

Estuary, 

W80-03370 1310 2J 

Seasonal Shifts of Sediment Within an Estuary 

Mediated by Algal Growth, 

W80-03374 1310 2J 

The Determination of Estuarine Sedimentation 
Rates by 134CS/137CS and Other Artificial Ra- 
dionuclide Profiles, 
W80-03377 1310 2J 

Scientific Aspects of the 1975-76 Drought in 

England and Wales, 

W80-03444 1310 2E 

Meteorological Aspects of the 1975-76 Drought, 
W80-03445 1310 2E 

Some Detailed Water Balance Studies of Re- 
search Catchments, 
W80-03446 1310 2 A 

The Effect of the Drought on British Agricul- 
ture, 

W80-03447 1310 2E 

The Effects of Drought on the River Systems, 
W80-03448 1310 2A 

Pollution Problems Arising from the 1975-76 

Drought, 

W80-03449 1310 2E 



Planning for Development of Groundwater and 

Surface Water Resources, 

W80-03450 1310 2E 

A Systems Model of Stream Flow and Water 

Quality in the Bedford-Ouse River- 1. Stream 
Flow Modelling, 

W80-03456 1310 2E 

A Case Study of Rationalization of a Rain Gage 

Network in Southwest England, 

W80-04046 1312 2B 

Skeletonema Potamos (Weber) Hasle and Cyclo- 
tella Atomus Hustedt (Bacillariophyceae) in the 
Plankton of Rivers in England and France, 
W80-04120 1312 21 

Modelling Nitrate Concentrations in Pumped 

Storage Reservoirs, 

W80-04266 1313 5G 

The Interpretation of Tritium in the Chalk Un- 
saturated Zone, 
W80-04621 1314 2F 

A One-Dimensional Representation of Residual 

Currents in the Severn Estuary and Associated 

Observations, 

W80-04630 1314 2L 

A Comparative Study of Nitrate Levels at Three 
Adjacent Ground-Water Sources in a Chalk 
Catchment Area West of London, 
W80-05128 1316 2F 

Reduction of Coliform Bacteria in Two Upland 

Reservoirs: The Significance of Distance Decay 

Relationships, 

W80-05476 1317 5B 

The Harmonization of the Monitoring of the 
Quality of Rivers in the United Kingdom, 
W80-05499 1317 5 A 

Polarographic Measurement of Manganese (II) 

in Estuarine Waters, 

W80-05785 1318 2L 

Relationships Between Heterotrophic Bacteria 
and Pollution in an Industrialized Estuary, 
W80-06126 1319 5B 

The Spatial Dimension in the Interpretation of 

Stream Solute Behaviour, 

W80-06203 1320 2K 

Dieldrin in A River Catchment and Potential 

Methods of Removal, 

W80-06283 1320 5D 

A Note of the Performance of a 82Br Radioac- 
tive Tracer in the River Skerne, England, 
W80-06629 1324 2E 

Modelling of Tidal Barrier Schemes: An Analy- 
sis of the Open-Boundary Problem by Reference 
to AC Circuit Theory, 
W80-06659 1324 2L 

Flow-Driven Water Quality Simulation Models, 
W80-06771 1324 5B 

ENGLAND COAST 

Velocity Profiles Over a Rippled Bed and the 

Threshold of Movement of Sand, 

W80-05133 1316 2L 

ENGLISH CHANNEL 

Wind-Wave Relationships for a Coastal Site in 

the Central English Channel, 

W80-01012 1303 2L 

The Relationship Between Inorganic and Organ- 
ic Nutrients in Sea Water, 
W80-01354 1304 5C 



Finite Element Computation of Some Tidal 

Spectral Components, 

W80-06916 1324 2L 

ENGLISH LAKE DISTRICT 

Strategies for Co-existence in Two Limnetic Cy- 

clopoid Copepods, 

W80-02542 1307 5C 

ENGRAULIS 

Mercury Concentrations in Pelagic Fishes (An- 
chovy, Mackerel and Sardine) from the Italian 
Coast and Strait of Gibraltar, 
W80-03236 1309 5A 

ENTERIC VIRUS 

The Survival of Enteric Viruses in Septic Tanks 

and Septic Tank Drain Fields, 

W80-02404 1307 5B 

Enumeration and Inactivation of Enteric Viruses 

in Sludge, 

W80-06535 1324 5D 

ENTEROBACTER 

Effects of Bottom Sediments on the Survival of 
Enterobacter Aerogenes in Seawater, 
W80-00662 1302 5 A 

ENTEROMORPHA 

Organotin Resistance in Green Seaweeds, 
W80-00815 1303 5C 

ENTRAINMENT 

Evaluation of an Air-Bubble Curtain to Reduce 
Impingement at an Electric Generating Station, 
W80-OO804 1303 5 A 

Heat Tolerance of Free-Living Estuarine Ani- 
mals to Predict Their Survival in Heated Ef- 
fluents, 
W80-OO812 1303 5C 

Study of the Mortality of Zooplankton Passing 
Through the Cooling Water System of a Ther- 
moelectric Powerplant, (In French), 
W80-02370 1306 5C 

Entrainment and Impingement of Fish by Power 
Plants in the Great Lakes which Use the Once- 
Through Cooling Process, 
W80-02965 1308 5 A 

Production, Mortality, and Power Plant Entrain- 
ment of Larval Yellow Perch in Western Lake 
Erie, 

W80-04701 1314 5A 

Vertical Mixing Induced by Wind and a Rotat- 
ing Screen in a Stratified Fluid in a Channel, 
W80-04837 1315 2H 

Estimates of Entrainment in the Fraser River 

Plume, British Columbia, 

W80-05478 1317 2L 

The Entrainment of Cohesive Sediments in 

Freshwater, 

W80-06187 1319 2J 

ENVIRONMENT 

Exploring Data Structure of New York Bight 
Benthic Data Using Post-Collection Stratifica- 
tion of Samples, and Linear Discriminant Analy- 
sis for Species Composition Comparisons, 
W80-01287 1304 2L 

Bibliography of Environmental Studies on Lake 

Champlain, 

W80-01581 1304 2H 

Environmental Protection for Whom, 
W80-03853 1311 6B 

Environmental Management in General Equilib- 
rium: A New Incentive Compatible Approach, 
W80-03855 1311 6B 



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ENVIRONMENT 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Cultural Differences in Perceptions of Environ- 
mental Problems, 
W80-03973 1312 6B 

Environmental Alternatives and Social Goals, 
W80-04157 1312 6E 

Rebuttal of 'Economic Value of Natural Coastal 

Wetlands: A Critique', 

W80-04158 1312 6B 

Hydrologic Environment of the Silurian Salt 

Deposits in Parts of Michigan, Ohio, and New 

York, 

W80-05443 1317 5E 

ENVIRONMENT EFFECTS 

Limnological Studies in Montana: Hyalite Reser- 
voir and Responses of Lotic Periphyton to 
Deep-Water Discharges, Grazing and Logging, 
W80-04670 1314 4C 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT 

The Alaskan Outer Continental Shelf Environ- 
mental Assessment Program, 
W80-02064 1306 5C 

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 

Theory and Application of Environmental Eco- 
nomics, 
W80-OO027 1301 6A 

Formulation and Testing of a New Water Qual- 
ity Index, 
W80-00304 1301 7B 

Planning for Environmental Management: New 

Directions and Initiatives, 

W80-00386 1301 6E 

Environmental Protection in Comecon Member 

Nations, 

W80-01472 1304 6E 

Integrated Approach to Pollution Control Surat, 

India: A Case Study, 

W80-01619 1305 5C 

Planning and Implementing the Taipei Sewerage 

System, 

W80-01646 1305 5G 

Current Issues in U.S. Environmental Policy. 
W80-02847 1308 6E 

Environmental Quality and Economic Develop- 
ment, 
W80-03857 1311 6E 

Environmental Problems of Developing Coun- 
tries, 
W80-03969 1312 6E 

West European Institutional Arrangements for 
Environmental Policy Implementation-Especial- 
ly Air and Water Pollution Control, 
W80-04200 1312 6E 

Remote Sensing Evidence and Environmental 

Law, 

W80-04468 1313 6E 

The Emergency Powers in the Environmental 
Protection Statutes: A Suggestion for a Unified 
Emergency Provision, 
W80-04496 1313 6E 

Growth of Subterranean Clover in a Range Soil 
as Affected by Microclimate and Phosphorus 
Availability, III. Comparative Growth of Sub- 
terranean and Rose Clovers at Cold Soil Tem- 
peratures, 
W80-04814 1315 3F 

Environmental Law: The Growth and Evolu- 
tion of Rights and Liabilities, 
W80-05684 1317 6E 



Irondequoit Bay Development Planning: Some 
Implications for Institutional Reform, 
W80-05911 1318 6E 

ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 

Control of Salt Marsh Culicoides and Tabanus 
Larvae in Small Plots with Granular Organo- 
phosphorus Pesticides, and the Direct Effect on 
Other Fauna, 
W8O-O0O13 1301 5C 

The Mineral Content of Sphagnum Fuscum as 

Affected by Human Settlement, 

W80-00024 1301 21 

Effects of Ground Applications of Malathion on 
Saltmarsh Environments in Northwestern Flor- 
ida, 
W80-00025 1301 5C 

Planning to Narrow the Implementation Gap, 
W80-00067 1301 4A 

Chemical Characterization of Mousse and Se- 
lected Environmental Samples from the Amoco 
Cadiz Oil Spill, 
W80-00151 1301 5C 

Ten-Year Overview of Oil Spill Clean-Up at 

Sea, 

W80-00155 1301 5C 

Applications of Ecosystem Analysis to Oil Spill 

Impact, 

W80-00162 1301 5C 

Ecological Impacts of Oil Spill Cleanup: Are 

They Significant, 

W80-00163 1301 5C 

A Plan for Scientific Response to an Oil Spill in 

the Beaufort Sea, 

W80-00164 1301 5C 

Are Petroleum Hydrocarbons an Important 
Source of Mutagens in the Marine Environment, 
W80-00165 1301 5C 

Sensitivity of 39 Alaskan Marine Species to 
Cook Inlet Crude Oil and No. 2 Fuel Oil, 
W80-00168 1301 5C 

Comparative Uptake of Naphthalenes from 

Water and Oiled Sediment by Benthic Amphi- 

pods, 

W80-00171 1301 5C 

The Interactive Effects of Temperature, Salin- 
ity, and Sublethal Exposure to Phenanthrene, a 
Petroleum-Derived Polycyclic Aromatic Hy- 
drocarbon (PAH), on the Respiration Rate of 
Juvenile Mud Crabs, Rhithropanopeus Harrisii, 
W80-00172 1301 5C 

Distribution of Tar and Relationship to Changes 
in Intertidal Organisms on Sandy Beaches in 
Southern California, 
W80-00173 1301 5B 

Survey of the Effects of the Seto Inland Sea Oil 

Spill in 1974, 

W80-00187 1301 5C 

Data Compilation of Periphyton Colonized on 
Artificial Substrates Placed in the Sacramento 
and Feather Rivers, California, 1975, 
W80-00223 1301 6G 

Regional Analysis of Economic Activity, Re- 
source Management and Lake Eutrophication: A 
Case Study of Itasca County, Minnesota, 
W80-00254 1301 5C 

Water Quality of Runoff from Surface Mined 

Lands in Northern Arizona, 

W80-00288 1301 5B 



Effects of Malathion on Microorganisms of an 

Artificial Salt-Marsh Environment, 

W80-00303 1301 21 

Utilization of Oxygen Models in Environmental 

Impact Analysis, 

W80-00312 1301 5C 

Environmental Issues in River Basin Develop- 
ment, 
W80-00433 1302 2A 

The Environmental Impacts of the Aswan High 

Dam, 

W80-00446 1302 5C 

Rehabilitation of Catchment Areas in Mountain 

Regions, 

W80-00469 1302 4A 

Reduction of Aquatic Vegetation Following the 
Colonization of a Northern Swedish Lake by the 
Muskrat, Ondatra Zibethica, 
W80-00513 1302 5C 

An Assessment of the Effects of Bathymetric 
Changes Associated with Sand and Gravel 
Mining on Tidal Circulation in the Lower Bay 
of New York Harbor, 
W80-00693 1302 2J 

Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Ef- 
fects, 
W80-00995 1303 6B 

Alpine Lakes in Kings Canyon National Park, 
California Baseline Conditions and Possible Ef- 
fects of Visitor Use, 
W80-01116 1303 5C 

Response to Oil Spills in the Arctic Environ- 
ment: A Review, 
W80-01138 1303 5C 

Environmental Impact Assessment for Oper- 
ational OTEC Platforms, 
W80-01139 1303 5C 

Offshore Oil: Its Impact on Texas Communities. 

Volume I - Executive Summary, 

W80-01143 1303 5C 

Impact of the Argo Merchant Oil Spill on Ma- 

crobenthic and Pelagic Organisms, 

W80-01145 1303 5C 

Fate and Effect of Bunker C Oil Spilled by the 

USNS Potomac in Melville Bay - Greenland - 

1977, 

W80-01148 1303 5C 

Effects of an Oil Spill on Salt Marshes at Harbor 

Island, Texas. I: Biology. 

W80-01149 1303 2J 

Physical Aspects of the Oil Spill From the Su- 
pertanker 'Metula', 
W80-01150 1303 5C 

The Impact of the Sansinena Explosion and 
Bunker C Spill on the Marine Environment, 
W80-01152 1303 5C 

Presence and Sources of Oil in the Sediment and 
Benthic Community Surrounding the Ekofisk 
Field after the Blowout at Bravo, 
W80-01155 1303 5C 

Potential Long-Term Effects of Prudhoe Bay 
Crude Oil in Arctic Sediments on Indigenous 
Benthic Invertebrate Communities, 
W80-01160 1303 5C 

Accumulation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in a 
Salt Marsh Ecosystem Exposed to Steady State 
Oil Input, 
W80-01161 1303 5C 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 



Ecological Consequences of Petroleum Spillage 

in Puerto Rico, 

W80-01162 1303 5C 

Microclimate in Fishpond Littoral Ecosystems, 
W80-01218 1304 2H 

Cost Benefit Analysis and the Determination of 

Best Environmental Options, 

W80-01302 1304 6B 

Growth, Technology Transfer and the Environ- 
ment, 
W80-01306 1304 6B 

Environmental Features, General Hydrology, 
and External Sources of Nutrients Affecting 
Wilderness Lake, King County, Washington, 
W80-01595 1304 2H 

An Investigation of Proposed Effluent Dis- 
charge into a Tropical Mangrove Estuary, 
W80-01613 1305 5C 

Some Public Health Aspects of Leachate from 

Landfills, 

W80-01676 1305 5E 

Assessment of the Environmental Infrastructure 
Required by Large Public and Private Invest- 
ments, 
W80-01699 1305 5C 

Statistical Methods Used to Assess Biological 

Impact at Nuclear Power Plants, 

W80-O17O1 1305 5C 

Effects of Impoundments on Rivers: An Austra- 
lian Case Study, 
W80-01726 1305 5C 

Effect of a Stream Electric Generating Station 
on the Emergency Timing of the Mayfly, Hexa- 
genia Bilineata (SAY), 
W80-01733 1305 5C 

Some Problems in finding Good Standards for 

Cooling Water, 

W80-01744 1305 5C 

Sedimentation Process Above the Aswan High 
Dam in Lake Nasser-Nubia (Egypt-Sudan), 
W80-01786 1305 5C 

Contamination of Great Smoky Mountains 
Trout Streams by Exposed Anakeesta Forma- 
tions, 
W80-01873 1305 5B 

An Overview of River-Basin Assessment Tech- 
niques in an Energy-Impacted Region- Yampa 
River Basin, Colorado and Wyoming, 
W80-01952 1305 6G 

Effects of the Pipeline Haul Road on Nearby 
Ponds and Lakes Across Alaska's North Slope, 
W80-01975 1305 5C 

Historical, Physical, and Chemical Limnology of 

Twin Lakes, Colorado, 

W80-02049 1306 5C 

Environmental Assessment of the Alaskan Con- 
tinental Shelf. Lower Cook Inlet Interim Syn- 
thesis Report. 
W80-02053 1306 5A 

Contaminants and Environmental Disturbances 
That May Accompany Petroleum Exploration 
and Development, 
W80-02055 1306 5B 

Geological Hazards to Petroleum Exploration 
and Development in Lower Cook Inlet, 
W80-02056 1306 5B 

Biological Populations and Ecological Systems, 
W80-02058 1306 5C 



A Synthesis of Environmental Information Con- 
cerning Potential OCS Oil and Gas Develop- 
ment in Lower Cook Inlet, 
W80-02059 1306 5B 

Effect of Crude Oil on a Louisiana Spartina 

Alterniflora Salt Marsh, 

W80-02060 1306 5C 

The Alaskan Outer Continental Shelf Environ- 
mental Assessment Program, 
W80-02064 1306 5C 

Programmatic Environmental Impact Assess- 
ment for Operational OTEC Platforms - A 
Progress Report, 
W80-02071 1306 5C 

OTEC Environmental and Resource Assessment 

Program, 

W80-02072 1306 5C 

Environmental Impact Assessment for OTEC-1, 
W80-02073 1306 5B 

OTEC Physical and Climatic Environmental 

Impacts, 

W80-02074 1306 5B 

Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Pro- 
gram at Potential OTEC Sites, 
W80-02075 1306 5C 

Pesticides: Their Impact on the Estuarine Envi- 
ronment, 
W80-02109 1306 5 A 

The Effects of Water Stress on Phenology and 
Carbohydrate Storage in the Shortgrass Prairie, 
W80-02199 1306 21 

Vegetational Response to Three Environmental 
Gradients in the Salt Playa Near Goshen, Utah 
County, Utah, 
W80-02205 1306 21 

Short and Long-Term Impacts of the River Nile 

Projects, 

W80-02206 1306 6G 

Overview of Major Development Impacts on 

Wetlands, 

W80-02257 1306 6B 

Minimization of Construction Impacts on Wet- 
lands: Dredge and Fill, Dams, Dikes, and Chan- 
nelization, 
W80-02258 1306 6B 

The Effects of a Coal Fired Power Plant on 

Wetlands, 

W80-02259 1306 5C 

Stream Channelization (P.L. 83-566) Increased 

Wetland Losses in the Dakotas, 

W80-023O0 1306 6E 

The Environmental Fate of Three Dichloro- 
phenyl Nitrophenyl Ether Herbicides in a Rice 
Paddy Model Ecosystem, 
W80-02301 1306 5C 

Persistence and Factors Affecting Dissipation of 
Molinate Under Flooded Rice Culture, 
W80-02302 1306 5C 

Promised Lands, Volume 2: Subdivisions in 

Florida's Wetlands, 

W80-02314 1306 6G 

Land Management Alternatives for St. John's 

Marsh, St. Clair County, Michigan. 

W80-02317 1306 6G 

Effects of Peat Utilization on Water Quality in 

Minnesota, 

W80-02327 1306 6G 



Studies on the Influence of Man (Angling) on 

Freshwater Fish Populations in Southern 

Poland, 

W80-02487 1307 6G 

Effect of a Pump-Storage Hydro-Electric 
Scheme on the Stratification and Ecology of a 
Scottish Loch, 
W80-02574 1307 5C 

The Yampa River Basin, Colorado and Wyo- 

ming~a Preview to Expanded Coal-Resource 

Development and its Impacts on Regional Water 

Resources, 

W80-02582 1307 6 A 

Environmental Pollution from Highway Deicing 

Compounds, 

W80-02657 1307 5C 

Western Coal Planning Assistance Project: A 
Guide to Methods for Impact Assessment of 
Western Coal/Energy Development. 
W80-02715 1308 6B 

The Modification of Inland Waters, 

W80-02746 1308 5C 

The Impact of Surface Mining on the Hydrolo- 
gic Environment of the Big Sandy Creek Water- 
shed, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, 
W80-02809 1308 4C 

Planning Decisions in Selecting Wastewater Ef- 
fluent Disinfection for the Olentangy Environ- 
mental Control Center, 
W80-02831 1308 5D 

Current Issues in U.S. Environmental Policy. 
W80-02847 1308 6E 

An Archaeological Overview of the Middle and 

Lower Santa Cruz Basin, 

W80-030O0 1308 oG 

Monitoring the Marine Environment, Proceed- 
ings of a Symposium Held at the Royal Geo- 
graphical Society, London, on 28 and 29 Sep- 
tember 1978. 
W80-03013 1309 5C 

Monitoring the Effect of Oil Pollution on Rocky 

Seashores, 

W80-03015 1309 5C 

Systematic Surveys and Monitoring in Near- 
shore Sublittoral Areas Using Diving, 
W80-03016 1309 5C 

Monitoring with Deep Submersibles, 
W80-03017 1309 5C 

Continuous Plankton Records: Monitoring the 

Plankton of the North Atlantic and the North 

Sea, 

W80-03018 1309 5C 

The Monitoring of Substances in Marine Waters 

for Genetic Damage, 

W80-03019 1309 5C 

Biological Monitoring Around an Oil Refinery, 
W80-03021 1309 5C 

Monitoring Radioactivity in the Marine Envi- 
ronment, 
W80-03022 1309 5C 

Impacts of Off-Road Vehicles on Infiltration and 
Sediment Production of Two Desert Soils, 
W80-03057 1309 2J 

Botswana's Present Climate and the Evidence 

for Past Change, 

W80-03062 1309 6A 

Desertification: Natural or Man-Induced, 
W80-03064 1309 2 A 



SU-129 



ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Experience of Drought in the Sahel Region, 
W80-03069 1309 6B 

Benthic Invertebrates, Periphyton, and Bottom 
Material and Their Trace-Metal Concentrations 
in Salmon Creek Basin, Clark County, Washing- 
ton, 
W80-03162 1309 5B 

A Dynamic Regional Impact Analysis of Feder- 
al Expenditures on a Water and Related Land 
Resource Project - The Boise Project of Idaho, 
Part V: Environmental Impacts, 
W80-03313 1310 6B 

Processes Affecting the Fate of Dredged Materi- 
al, 
W80-03396 1310 5E 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, 
Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James 
River, Virginia: Appendix F: Environmental Im- 
pacts of Marsh Development with Dredged Ma- 
terial: Sediment and Water Quality, 
W80-03400 1310 5E 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, 
Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James 
River, Virginia, Appendix E: Environmental Im- 
pacts of Marsh Development with Dredged Ma- 
terial: Metals and Chlorinated Hydrocarbon 
Compounds in Marsh Soils and Vascular Plant 
Tissues, 
W80-03401 1310 5E 

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Boli- 
var Peninsula, Marsh and Upland Habitat Devel- 
opment Site, Galveston Bay, Texas; Summary 
Report, 
W80-034O2 1310 5E 

Road De-Icing Salts in an Urban Stream and 

Flood Control Reservoir, 

W80-03468 1310 5B 

The Effects of Waterfowl Management Prac- 
tices on Mosquito Abundance and Distribution 
in Louisiana Coastal Marshes, 
W80-03511 1310 6G 

The Effect of the Marsh Elder (Iva Frutescens) 
on the Standing Crop Biomass of Spartina 
Patens and Associated Wildlife, 
W80-03516 1310 21 

Avian Ecology of a Managed Glacial Marsh, 
W80-03529 1310 21 

Methods of Estimating Some Possible Interac- 
tions of Agricultural Development and Water 
Resources in Alaska, 
W80-03711 1311 2 A 

Erosional Aspects of Managing Urban Streams, 
W80-03773 1311 2J 

Effects of Oil on Marine Phytoplankton Com- 
munities, 
W80-03895 1311 5C 

The Transfer of Cadmium from Marine Hetero- 
trophic Bacteria to Macoma Balthica, 
W80-O3897 1311 5C 



Biological Observations, 
W80-O4O81 



1312 5C 



Impact of an Introduced Fish Species (Morone 
Americana) on the Fisheries Resources of Ne- 
braska, 
W80-04109 1312 5C 

Post-War Land Drainage, Fertilizer Use and En- 
vironmental Impact in Northern Ireland, 
W80-04I15 1312 4A 

omental Implications of Water Develop- 
ment for Developing Countries, 
W80-04186 1312 6D 



Man-Induced Modifications in Estuaries of the 
Northern Gulf of Mexico: Their Impacts on 
Fishery Resources and Measures of Mitigation, 
W80-04191 1312 5C 

Coastal Impact Mitigation and OCS-Induced Oil 
and Gas Development: A Perspective of the 
Clean Water Act's Section 404 Guidelines, 
W80-04193 1312 5C 

Pre-Impact Process Analysis: Design for Mitiga- 
tion, 
W80-04194 1312 5C 

The Fishery Conservation and Management Act 
as a Tool for Mitigation in Outer Continental 
Shelf Petroleum Development, 
W80-04195 1312 5C 

The Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Outer Conti- 
nental Shelf Baseline Environmental Survey - 
MAFLA 1977/1978. Volume 1-B. Executive 
Summary Report. 
W80-04196 1312 5C 

Progress Report for the Environmental Impact 
Assessment Program for the 1-MWe Early 
Ocean Test Platform, 
W80-04198 1312 5C 

Baseline Studies of Fish and Shellfish Resources 

of Norton Sound and the Southeastern Chukchi 

Sea, 

W80-04422 1313 5C 

Trophic Relationships Among Ice Inhabiting 

Phocid Seals and Functionally Related Marine 

Mammals, 

W80-04423 1313 5C 

Environmental Assessment of an Active Oil 
Field in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico 1977- 
1978. Volume I - Synopsis. 
W80-04433 1313 5C 

Environmental Concerns for OTEC Identified in 
the DOE OTEC Environmental Readiness Doc- 
ument, 
W80-04438 1313 5C 

Coastal Frontal Systems as a Pollutant Control 
Mechanism for Offshore Energy Production, 
W80-04440 1313 5C 

Algal Response to a Thermal Effluent: Study of 

a Power Station on the Provo River, Utah, 

USA, 

W80-04449 1313 5C 



Dams and Wildlife, 

W80-04678 

Heat Pump Update, 
W80-04745 



1314 21 



1314 5B 



Sublethal Effects of Petroleum Hydrocarbons 
and Trace Metals, Including Biotransformations, 
as Reflected by Morphological, Chemical, Phys- 
iological, Pathological, and Behavioral Indices, 
W80-04954 1315 5C 

Beaufort Sea Barrier Island-Lagoon Ecological 
Process Studies. Section I - Avian Ecology in 
Simpson Lagoon, Beaufort Sea, Alaska, 
W80-04956 1315 5C 

Beaufort Sea Barrier Island-Lagoon Ecological 
Process Studies. Ecology of Invertebrates in 
Simpson Lagoon, Beaufort Sea, Alaska, 
W80-04958 1315 5C 

Obstacles to Geothermal Development, 
W80-04983 1315 5C 

Water and the Environment - A Scottish Solu- 
tion, 
W80-05117 1316 6G 



Modern Marine Sediments as a Natural Analog 

to the Chemically Stressed Environment of a 

Landfill, 

W80-05293 1316 5B 

Oil Spill Vulnerability, Coastal Morphology, 
and Sedimentation of Kotzebue Sound, 
W80-05339 1316 5C 

Watershed Impacts of Recreational Develop- 
ment in Guadalupe Mountains National Park, 
Texas, 
W80-05410 1317 6B 

Biological Impacts of Minor Shoreline Struc- 
tures on the Coastal Environment: State of the 
Art Review, Volume I, 
W80-05473 1317 8B 

Biological Impacts of Minor Shoreline Struc- 
tures on the Coastal Environment: State of the 
Art Review, Volume II: Data Printout, 
W80-05474 1317 8B 

Some Relationships Between Environmental As- 
sessments and Arctic Marine Development, 
W80-05503 1317 5C 

Assessing Impacts of Petroleum Development 
on Alaska's Continental Shelf -- A New Ap- 
proach, 
W80-05504 1317 5C 

The Regulatory Aspects of Offshore Petroleum 
Activity in the Alaska Beaufort Sea - An Indus- 
try Viewpoint, 
W80-05507 1317 5C 

The Eastern Arctic Marine Environmental 

Study Program, 

W80-05510 1317 5C 

Spilled Oil Retention Potential - Beaufort Sea 

Coast of Alaska, 

W80-05511 1317 5C 

Simulation Modeling of Marine Bird Population 
Energetics, Food Consumption, and Sensitivity 
to Perturbation, 
W80-05523 1317 5C 

Shorebird Dependence on Arctic Littoral Habi- 
tats, 
W80-05524 1317 5C 

Lethal and Sublethal Effects on Selected Alas- 
kan Marine Species After Acute and Long-Term 
Exposure to Oil and Oil Components, 
W80-05527 1317 5C 

Beaufort Sea Barrier Island-Lagoon Ecological 
Process Studies. Ecology of Fishes in Simpson 
Lagoon, Beaufort Sea, Alaska, 
W80-05529 1317 5C 

Ecological Studies of Colonial Seabirds at Cape 
Thompson and Cape Lisburne, Alaska, 
W80-05530 1317 5C 



Deep water Dumpsite 106, 
W80-05571 

Southern California Bight, 
W80-05573 

Puget Sound, 

W80-05574 



1317 5C 



1317 5C 



1317 5C 



The Environmental Geology and Geomorpho- 
logy of the Barrier Island - Lagoon System 
Along the Beaufort Sea Coastal Plain, 
W80-05600 1317 5C 

The Physiology of Some Blue-Green Algal Iso- 
lates from Peat, 
W80-05634 1317 21 

Libby Dam Project: Ex-Post Facto Analysis of 
Selected Environmental Impacts, Mitigation 



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ENZYMES 



S8&28SX 



Commitments, Recreation Usage and Hydro- 
electric Power Production, 
W80-05794 1318 6G 

Guidelines: the Use of Cultural Resource Infor- 
mation in Water Resource Environmental 
Impact Reports, 
W80-05807 1318 6B 

Analyses of Native Water, Bottom Material, and 
Elutriate Samples of Southern Louisiana Water- 
ways, 1977-78, 
W80-05867 1318 5A 

Recent Vegetation Changes Along the Colorado 
River Between Glen Canyon Dam and Lake 
Mead, Arizona, 
W80-05880 1318 21 

Regulatory and Environmental Implications of 

Ground Water Heat Pumps, 

W80-06030 1319 6E 

Land Use, Land Cover, and Drainage on the 
Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula, Eastern North 
Carolina, 1974, 
W80-06247 1320 4C 

Evaluation of the Impact of Texas Lignite De- 
velopment on Texas Water Resources, 
W80-06261 1320 4C 

The Impact of Oil and Gas Production From the 

Marine Environment: An Analysis of the 

Record, 

W80-06313 1320 5C 



Oil Interactions with Fisheries, 
W80-06314 



1320 5C 



Consolidation of Irrigation Systems: Phase II 

Engineering, Economic, Legal, and Sociological 

Requirements, 

W80-06321 1320 6B 

Potential Hydrologic Effects of Peat Mining in 
the Red Lake Peatlands, North-Central Minne- 
sota-A Project Plan, 
W80-06355 1321 5C 

Ecological Studies of Intertidal and Shallow 
Subtidal Habitats in Lower Cook Inlet. 
W80-06428 1321 5C 

Local Municipalities Have Got a Challenging 

Task (Plaaslike Owerhede Het 'N Uitdagende 

Taak), 

W80-06455 1324 5E 

Large-Scale Operations Management Test of 
Use of the White Amur for Control of Problem 
Aquatic Plants; Report 1, Baseline Studies; 
Volume I: The Aquatic Macrophytes of Lake 
Conway, Florida, 
W80-06541 1324 21 



The Acid Connection. 
W80-06641 



1324 2B 



ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENT 

Hydrological Structure Analysis for Estimating 

the Primary Production in the Tropical Atlantic 

Ocean, 

W80-02129 1306 5C 

Dynamics and Succession of the Phytoplankton 
in a Tropical Lake: Lake Lanao, Phillipines, 
W80-04363 1313 5C 

ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENTS 

Vegetational Response to Three Environmental 
Gradients in the Salt Playa Near Goshen, Utah 
County, Utah, 
W80-02205 1306 21 

ENVIRONMENTAL ISOTOPE TECHNIQUES 

Isotope Hydrology. 

W80-00421 1302 4A 



ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 

Utilization of Environmental Knowledge for 
Watershed Management in Northern Michigan, 
W80-02022 1306 6B 

Computer-Aided Stream Pollution Control and 

Management, Part I, 

W80-02701 1308 5G 

Computer-Aided Stream Pollution Control and 

Management, Part II, 

W80-02702 1308 5G 

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY 

Current Issues in U.S. Environmental Policy. 
W80-02847 1308 6E 

ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION 

The Case for Licensing Waste Disposal Sites in 

South Africa, 

W80-06735 1324 5E 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS 

Participation in Water Resources Planning: 
Leader and Non-Leader Comparisons, 
W80-03903 1312 6B 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 

The Balance of Groundwater Resources of the 
European Community: A Methodology for a 
Multinational Problem, 
W80-04182 1312 4B 

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY 

Theory and Application of Environmental Eco- 
nomics, 
W80-00027 1301 6A 

A Macroeconomic Analysis of Regional Envi- 
ronmental Modeling and Planning, 
W80-02452 1307 6B 

Environmental Quality and Residuals Manage- 
ment, 
W80-02846 1308 6B 

ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION 

Integrated Planning and Water Quality Manage- 
ment: The Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
Amendments of 1972 and Coastal Zone Manage- 
ment, 
W80-00527 1302 6E 

ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION 

Analysis of Wastewater Land Treatment Sys- 
tems in the Phoenix Urban Area, 
W80-O0272 1301 5D 

Optimizing the Benefits of Investments in Sew- 
erage in Developing Countries, 
W80-04163 1312 6B 

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY GUIDELINES 

Guidelines: the Use of Cultural Resource Infor- 
mation in Water Resource Environmental 
Impact Reports, 
W80-05807 1318 6B 

ENVIRONMENTS 

Linkages Between the Economy and the Envi- 
ronment of the Coastal Zone of Mississippi. Part 
II: Environmental Model. 
W80-02367 1306 5C 

ENVIRONMETNAL EFFECTS 

Initial Impacts of Experimental Fish Introduc- 
tions on the Macrozooplankton of Small Oligo- 
trophic Lakes, 
W80-01767 1305 5G 

ENZYMES 

Tissue Enzyme Activities Following Exposure 
to Dietary Mirex in the Channel Catfish, Icta- 
lurus Punctatus, 
W80-00395 1301 5 A 

Effect of Distillery Waste on Some Freshwater 

Teleosts-Biochemical Studies, 

W80-00396 1301 5B 



Acute Endrin Toxicity on Oxidases of Ophioce- 

phalus Punctatus (Bloch), 

W80-00842 1303 5 A 

Effects of In Vivo Cadmium Exposure on AT- 

Passes in Gill of the Lobster, Homarus Ameri- 

canus, 

W80-OO851 1303 5A 

Cell-Free Benzo(A)Pyrene Hydroxylase Activi- 
ty in Marine Zooplankton, 
W80-01049 1303 5A 

In Vivo and in Vitro Effect of Phenoclor DP6 
on Drug Metabolizing Activity in Mullet Liver, 
W80-01071 1303 5 A 

Effect of Selected Water Toxicants and Other 
Chemicals upon Adenosine Triphosphatase Ac- 
tivity in Vitro, 
W80-01073 1303 5A 

Cellular Responses to Polycyclic Aromatic Hy- 
drocarbons and Phenobarbital in Mytilus Edulis, 
W80-01077 1303 5A 

Phosphatase Activity in Eutrophic Tokyo Bay, 
W80-01451 1304 5C 

Effect of Crude Oil and Detergent 'Solo' on the 
Activity of Some Hydrolases in Hemolymph of 
Crab Rhithropanopeus Harrisi, 
W80-02079 1306 5 A 

Effect of Copper Sulfate and Sodium Pentach- 
lorophenate on Adenine and Adenosine Phos- 
phates in Lymnaea Luteola (Mollusca: Gastro- 
poda), 
W80-02097 1306 5 A 

Some Studies on the Hepatic Microsomal 

Enzyme Activities and Steroid Hormone Levels 

in Carp, Cyprinus Carpio Exposed for Six 

Months, 

W80-02225 1306 5 A 

On the Effects of DDT on Enzyme Activities in 

Mugil Cephalus L., 

W80-02377 1306 5B 

Responses of Phosphorus Remobilizing Cyto- 
phaga Species to Nutritional and Thermal Stress, 
W80-02501 1307 5C 

Polysaccharide Degradation by Aquatic Cyto- 
phaga Populations in a Eutrophic Lake and in 
Mixed Cultures, 
W80-02502 1307 5C 

Biotransformation of Benzo(a)Pyrene by Little 
Skate Hepatic Microsomes-Stimulation and Re- 
constitution of Benzo(a)Pyrene Hydroxylase Ac- 
tivity, 
W80-02953 1308 5B 

Temperature Influence on Basal Activity and 
Induction of Mixed Function Oxygenase Activi- 
ty in Fundulus Heteroclitus, 
W80-02958 1308 5 A 

Purification and Properties of Soluble Arylsul- 
phatases Isolated from Hepatopancreas of the 
Shrimp Crangon Crangon L. 
W80-03278 1309 5 A 

Activity of Liver Fructose 1,6 Biphosphatase in 
Rainbow Trout Held in Different Concentra- 
tions of Indissociated Ammonia (In Italian), 
W80-03279 1309 5B 

Enzyme Activities Following Chronic Exposure 
to Crude Oil in a Simulated Ecosystem. I: 
American Oysters and Brown Shrimp, 
W80-03541 1310 5C 

Enzyme Activities Following Chronic Exposure 
to Crude Oil in a Simulated Ecosystem. II: 
Striped Mullet, 
W80-03542 1310 5C 



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ENZYMES 



SUBJECT INDEX 



In Vitro Inhibition of Three Phosphatases by 
Mercuric Chloride and Their Reversal by Che- 
lating Agent EDTA, 
W80-03685 1311 5A 

Some Biochemical Constituents of Stage I and II 
Nauplii of Balanus Balanoides (L.) and the 
Effect of Anoxia on Stage I, 
W80-04005 1312 5C 

Phosphatase Activity and Its Role in the Miner- 
alization of Organic Phosphorus in Coastal Sea 
Water, 
W80-04141 1312 5F 

Photosynthetic Carboxylating Enzymes in 

Marine Phytoplankton, 

W80-04146 1312 5C 

Application of Enzyme Methods to the Determi- 
nation of Pollutants in Water, 
W80-04868 1315 5 A 

Arylsulfatase Activity in Salt Marsh Soils, 
W80-05674 1317 2K 

EOCNOMICS 

A Modeling Approach to Evaluate Tidal Wet- 
lands, 
W80-01927 1305 2L 

EPHEMERAL STREAMS 

Ephemeral Flow and Water Quality Problems: 
A Case Study of the San Pedro River in South- 
eastern Ariz., 
W80-00281 1301 2E 

Geomorphic Features Affecting Transmission 
Loss Potential on Semiarid Watersheds, 
W80-00289 1301 2J 

Vegetation Response to a Moisture Gradient on 
an Ephemeral Stream in Central Arizona, 
W80-01957 1305 21 

Estimation of Floods of Various Frequencies for 
the Small Ephemeral Streams in Eastern Wash- 
ington, 
W80-04093 1312 2E 

Stochastic Generation of Monthly Flows for 

Ephemeral Streams, 

W80-06210 1320 2E 

EPILITHIC FAUNA 

Secondary Production of Epilithic Fauna in a 

Woodland Stream, 

W80-04658 1314 5C 

EPIPHYTES 

Primary Production of Algae Growing on Natu- 
ral and Artificial Aquatic Plants: A Study of 
Interactions Between Epiphytes and Their Sub- 
strate, 
W80-04131 1312 21 

EPIPHYTIC ALGAE 

Epiphytic Diatoms of Three Seagrass Species in 

Mississippi Sound, 

W 80-02602 1307 5 A 

Taxonomic Notes on Epiphytic Diatoms of Mis- 
sissippi Sound, U.S.A., 
W80-03781 1311 5C 

EPIPHYTOLOGY 

The Distribution of Algal Epiphytes on Macro- 

phyte Hosts Offshore from La Parguera, Puerto 

Rico, 

W80-03797 1311 5C 

The Microdistribution of Epiphytes on the 
Leaves of Natural and Artificial Macrophytes, 
W80-O3798 1311 5C 

A Nutritional Analysis of a Sublittoral Diatom 
Assemblage Epiphytic on Enteromorpha from a 
Long Island Salt Marsh, 
W80-03862 1311 21 



EPIZOOTIOLOGY 

Aeromonas Distribution and Survival in a Ther- 
mally Altered Lake, 
W80-03787 1311 4A 

EPN 

Toxicity and Bioconcentration of EPN and Lep- 
tophos to Selected Estuarine Animals, 
W80-01778 1305 5A 

A Marine Algal Bioassay Method: Results with 

Pesticides and Industrial Wastes, 

W80-04740 1314 5 A 

EQUATIONS 

Sediment Yieid Equation from an Erosion Simu- 
lation Model, 
W80-00280 1301 2J 

On the Choice of Boundary Conditions for One- 
Dimensional Models of Estuarine Water Quality, 
W80-00706 1302 2L 

A Dynamic Model of Quality of River Water 
with Consideration of Nitrification Process, 
W80-01132 1303 5C 



Eutrophication Models, 
W80-01134 



1303 5C 



Modification of Phosphorus Retention Models 

for Use with Lakes with Low Areal Water 

Loading, 

W80-01982 1305 5C 

Mathematical Modelling of Eutrophied Coastal 

Areas, 

W80-01993 1305 5C 

Quantitative Description of Steady State, Nutri- 
ent-Saturated Algal Growth, Including Adapta- 
tion, 
W80-02466 1307 5C 

Comparison and Combination of Two Recent 
Proposals for a Generalized Penman Equation, 
W80-02699 1307 2D 

The Volume-Averaged Mass-Transport Equa- 
tion for Chemical Diagenetic Models, 
W80-03044 1309 5B 

Assessment of the Quality of Generalized Wind 

Functions in Penman's Equations, 

W80-04230 1313 2D 

Estimating the C Factor in the Universal Soil 
Loss Equation for Landscaped Slopes, 
W80-05147 1316 2J 

Estimating the C Factor in the Universal Soil 
Loss Equation for Landscaped Slopes: A Field 
Rating System, 
W80-05148 1316 2J 

Effects of Equation Averaging on Model Verifi- 
cation, 
W80-05200 1316 2E 

General Conservation Equations for Multi-Phase 
Systems: 3. Constitutive Theory for Porous 
Media Flow, 
W80-05739 1318 2F 

General Study of the Modified Einstein Method 
of Computing Total Sediment Discharge, 
W80-06593 1324 2J 

Evapotranspiration From Vegetative Surfaces in 

Maine, 

W80-06707 1324 2D 

Applications of Boundary Elements in Water 
Resources, 

W80-06859 1324 2A 



EQUILIBRIUM 

Behaviour of Manganese in the Rhine and 
Scheldt Estuaries, I. Physico-Chemical Aspects, 
W80-01288 1304 2L 

Applicability of Cellular Equilibrium and 
Monod Theory to Phytoplankton Growth Ki- 
netics, 
W80-04465 1313 5C 

The Movement and Equilibrium of Bedforms in 

Central San Francisco Bay, 

W80-O6335 1321 2L 

EQUILIBRIUM PRICES 

A Determination of the Optimal Price of Unde- 

pletable Externalities, 

W80-02144 1306 6C 

EQUIPMENT 

A Chamber for In Situ Evaluations of Periphy- 

ton Productivity in Lotic Systems, 

W80-01173 1303 5C 

Modifications to the Mackereth Corer, 
W80-01268 1304 2J 

A Close-Interval Water Sampler with Minimal 

Disturbance Properties, 

W80-01269 1304 7B 

A Durable, Resuable Enclosure System that 
Compensates for Changing Water Levels, 
W80-01271 1304 7B 

A Thermal Conductivity Probe Designed for 

Easy Installation and Recovery from Shallow 

Depths, 

W80-02348 1306 2G 

1977 Market for Water and Wastewater Treat- 
ment Equipment, 
W80-02460 1307 6B 

Mercury-in-Glass Thermometers for Precise 
Temperature Measurements Near O C, 
W80-02483 1307 2C 

A System for Accurate Temperature Control of 

Small Fluid Baths, 

W80-02484 1307 2C 

A Digital Recording System for Tipping Bucket 
Raingages: Description and Field Testing, 
W80-02680 1307 2B 

Financing Your Pollution Control Needs, 
W80-03145 1309 6C 

A Rainfall Simulator with Nonrepetitious Move- 
ment of Drop Outlets, 
W80-03726 1311 2B 

The Design and Use of an Oscillating Trolley 
Wave-Simulator, for Installation in Unidirec- 
tional Flow Flumes, 
W80-03737 1311 2L 

A Simple Tubular Phytoplankton Sampler for 

Vertical Profiling in Lakes, 

W80-04344 1313 7B 

Oxygen-Regime and Artificial Aeration of Net- 
Cages in Mariculture, 
W80-04410 1313 5A 

A Technical Examination of Ground Water 
Geothermal Heat Pump Components, 

W80-05051 1315 8C 

Modifying Automated Pumping Samplers for 

Use in Small Mountain Streams, 

W80-05256 1316 5A 



Flotation Pump Device, 

W80-06124 



1319 5G 



A Sampler for Cohesive Sediment in the Bemhic 

Boundary Layer, 

W80-06132 1319 7B 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



EROSION RATES 



A Rapid in Situ Method of Extracting Water 

From Tidal Marsh Soils, 

W80-06842 1324 2G 

EQUITY 

Investing Returns from Depleting Renewable 
Resource Stocks and Intergenerational Equity, 
W8O-0O997 1303 6B 

Comment on 'The Efficiency and Equity of Cost 
Allocation Methods for Multipurpose Water 
Projects' by James C. Loughlin, 
W80-03137 1309 6C 

EREBUS GLACIER 

Is Vertical Shear in an Ice Shelf Neglibible, 
W80-02363 1306 2C 

ERIE COUNTY (NY) 
Glacial Geology and Stratigraphy of Western 
New York Nuclear Service Center and Vicinity, 
Cattaraugus and'Erie Counties, New York, 
W 80-065 31 1324 2C 

EROSION 

Influence of Surface Roughness and Clod Size 
and Stability on Soil and Water Losses, 
W8O-O0593 1302 2J 

An Analysis of the Processes of River Bank 

Erosion, 

W80-00612 1302 2J 

Resume of Research Into River Channel 

Changes Conducted in the USSR, 

W80-01274 1304 2 J 

Water Quality and Construction: A Management 

Plan, 

W80-01398 1304 4C 

Preferential Clay Mineral Erosion from Water- 
sheds in the Maumee River Basin, 
W80-01837 1305 2J 

Soil Conservation Limitations on Removal of 
Crop Residues for Energy Production, 
W80-01839 1305 2J 

Comparative Erosion Rates of Loess Soils in 

Poland and Iowa, 

W80-01853 1305 2J 

Wheel Traffic Considerations in Erosion Re- 
search, 
W80-01857 1305 2J 

Erodibility of Surface-Mine Spoil Banks in 
Southeastern Ohio: An Approximation, 
W80-01894 1305 2 J 

The Effect of Tillage Systems on Pesticides in 

Runoff from Small Watersheds, 

W80-02147 1306 2J 

Flow Field and Scouring Effects of Steady and 
Pulsating Jets Impinging on a Movable Bed, 
W80-02188 1306 2J 

Erosion Potential Assessment for the Willamette 

River Basin, Oregon, 

W80-03613 1311 7C 

Erosional Aspects of Managing Urban Streams, 
W80-03773 1311 2J 

Impact of Nonpoint Pollution Control on West- 
ern Lake Superior, Red Clay Project, Final 
Report: Summary, 
W80-04181 1312 2J 

Kinetics of Red Clay Bluff Dissolution in West- 
ern Lake Superior, 
W80-04216 1313 2J 

Agricultural Sources of Fluvial Suspended Sedi- 
ments, 
W80-O4258 1313 2J 



Processes of Glacier Erosion on Different Sub- 
strata, 
W80-04314 1313 2C 

Giant Grooves Made by Concentrated Basal Ice 

Streams, 

W80-04334 1313 2C 

Geometry of Former Subglacial Water Channels 

and Cavities, 

W80-04337 1313 2C 

Application of Geomorphic Principles to Envi- 
ronmental Management in Semiarid Regions, 
W80-04443 1313 4D 

The Irrigation Revolution and Its Environmen- 
tal Consequences, 
W80-04490 1313 6E 

Nips, Notches, and the Solution of Coastal 
Limestone: An Overview of the Problem with 
Examples from Greece, 
W80-04628 1314 2J 

Measurement, Prediction, and Hazard Evalua- 
tion of Earth Fissures and Subsidence, South- 
Central Arizona, 
W8O-O5O06 1315 2F 

Nutrients Dynamics in Nearshore Alaskan Beau- 
fort Sea Waters, 
W80-05060 1315 5C 

Estimating the C Factor in the Universal Soil 
Loss Equation for Landscaped Slopes, 
W80-05147 1316 2J 

Estimating the C Factor in the Universal Soil 
Loss Equation for Landscaped Slopes: A Field 
Rating System, 
W80-05148 1316 2J 

Surface Mining and the Hydrologic Balance, 
W80-05334 1316 4C 

Bottom and Near-Bottom Sediment Dynamics in 
Lower Cook Inlet, 
- W80-05349 1316 5B 

Faulting, Sediment Instability, Erosion, and 

Deposition Hazards of the Norton Basin Sea 

Floor, 

W80-05595 1317 2J 

Criteria for the Instability of Upper-Stage Plane 

Beds, 

W80-05936 1318 2J 

Bedform Spacing and flow Resistane, 
W80-06096 1319 2J 

Erosivity Values for Individual Design Storms, 
W80-06195 1319 2J 

Source Identification for Suspended Sediments, 
W80-06406 1321 2J 

Sediment Deposition in the White River Reser- 
voir, Northwestern Wisconsin, 
W80-06532 1324 2J 

Chemical Yields in Runoff, and Denudation in a 
Small Arable Catchment, East Devon, England, 
W80-06633 1324 2J 

Runoff, Erosion, and Crop Yield Simulation for 

Land Use Management, 

W80-06676 1324 4A 

Sand Motion Initiation by Water Waves: Two 

Asymptotes, 

W80-06829 1324 2J 

EROSION CONTROL 

SCS Practices as Related to Sediment and Ero- 
sion Control, 
W80-O0O54 1301 4D 



Urban Stormwater Pollution: An Investigation 

of the Problem and Its Control, 

W80-00525 1302 5B 

Runoff and Erosion Reduction Via Drainage 

and Increased Infiltration, 

W80-01202 1304 4D 

Water Quality and Construction: A Management 

Plan, 

W80-01398 1304 4C 

Soil Conservation Limitations on Removal of 
Crop Residues for Energy Production, 
W80-01839 1305 2J 

Underwater Terrain Reinforcement Matting, 
W80-02618 1307 8 A 

Hydrologic Considerations in Decision Analyses 
for Reclaiming Strip Mine Land in the South- 
west, 
W80-03176 1309 4A 

Combined Vegetative-Structural Slope Stabiliza- 
tion, 
W80-03455 1310 4D 

Laboratory Evaluation of Methods to Separate 
Fine Grained Sediment from Stormwater, 
W80-03566 1310 4D 

Erosional Aspects of Managing Urban Streams, 
W80-03773 1311 2J 

Planning for Nonpoint Pollution Control in 

North Carolina, 

W8O-O4130 1312 5B 

Impact of Nonpoint Pollution Control on West- 
ern Lake Superior, Red Clay Project, Final 
Report: Summary, 
W80-04181 1312 2J 

Application of Geomorphic Principles to Envi- 
ronmental Management in Semiarid Regions, 
W80-04443 1313 4D 

Soil-Water Retention, Transmission, and Quality 
of Leachate from Polymer-Treated Soils, Effects 
of the In Situ Crosslinking, 
W80-O4609 1314 2G 

Hydroseeding Forest Roadsides in British Co- 
lumbia for Erosion Control, 
W80-05149 1316 4D 

A Model Study of a Synthetic Fabric Material 
for Use as a Slope Protection Method on Irriga- 
tion Dams, 
W80-05806 1318 4D 

The Streambank Erosion Control Evaluation 
and Demonstration Act of 1974: Interim Report 
to Congress. 
W80-06536 1324 4D 

Evaluation of Spray-On Stabilizers for Bank 

Protection, 

W 80-065 3 7 1324 4D 

The Physical Properties of Some Eroded Soils 

of Southeastern Nigeria, 

W80-06615 1324 2J 

Sea Research Program for Channel Stability and 

Gully Control, 

W80-06673 1324 4D 

EROSION PROCESSES 

An Analysis of the Processes of River Bank 

Erosion, 

W8O-O0612 1302 2J 

EROSION RATES 

Agricultural Management Practices to Effect 
Reductions in Runoff and Sediment Production. 
W80-01607 1305 4D 



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SU-133 



EROSION RATES 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Laboratory Procedures for Determining the Dis- 

persibility of Clayey Soils, 

W80-03316 1310 8D 

Reconnaissance Assessment of Erosion and Sedi- 
mentation in the Canada de Los Alamos Basin, 
Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, California, 
W 80-05 305 1316 2 J 

EROSION REDUCTION 

Runoff and Erosion Reduction Via Drainage 

and Increased Infiltration, 

W80-01202 1304 4D 

EROSIVITY INDEX 

Erosivity Values for Individual Design Storms, 
W80-06195 1319 2J 

ERROR ANALYSIS 

Empirical Lake Models for Phosphorus: Devel- 
opment, Applications, Limitations and Uncer- 
tainty, 
W80-00212 1301 2H 

ERYTHROCRUORIN 

Respiratory Properties of Erythrocruorin (Ex- 
tracellular Hemoglobin) in the Blood of the An- 
nelid Arenicola Marina with Special Reference 
to the Influences of Salinity and Temperature, 
W80-04728 1314 5B 

ERYTHROCYTES 

Studies on Toxicities of Biphenyl Ether Herbi- 
cides and Their Analogues to Fish— 1. The Meth- 
emoglobin-Formation by the Nitroso-Deriva- 
tives in White-Spotted Char, Salvelinus Leuco- 
maenis, Erythrocytes, 
W80-04889 1315 5B 

Studies on Toxicities of Biphenyl Ether Herbi- 
cides and Their Analogues to Fish-II. Produc- 
tion of Methemoglobin-Forming Metabolites of 
the Amino-Derivatives by White-Spotted Char, 
Salvelinus Leucomaenis, Liver Homogenate, 
W80-O489O 1315 5B 

ESCHERICHIA COLI 

Soil Suitability for On-Site Waste Disposal: De- 
velopment of Genetically Marked Escherichia 
coli Strains as Tracers of Subsurface Water 
Flow, 
W80-04017 1312 5E 

ESCHERICHIA COLI T 

Removal of Bacteriophage Escherichia coli Tl 
by Sand Columns Using Ca(2 + ) as a Filter Aid, 
W80-05811 1318 5F 

ESTATE TAXES 

Federal Tax Incentives for Private Environmen- 
tal Planning, 
W80-00496 1302 6E 

ESTER DOME AREA (ALASKA) 

Environmental Path of Arsenic in Groundwater, 
W80-03303 1310 5B 

Geology and Geochemistry of Arsenic, Ester 

Dome Area, Alaska, 

W80-03712 1311 2K 

ESTIMATED COSTS 

Geothermal Well Drilling Estimates Based on 

Past Well Costs, 

W80-O3427 1310 6B 

Desalting Handbook for Planners. 

W80-06013 1319 3 A 

ESTIMATING 

Engineering and Cost Parameters, 

W80-00564 1 302 6B 

Statistical Terminology: Definitions and Inter- 
pretation for Flood Peak Estimation, 
W80-00729 1302 2E 



An Estimate of Pollution Loads from Non-Point 

Source of an Urban Catchment, 

W80-01626 1305 5A 

Estimating Willingness to Pay: Why and How., 
W80-03846 1311 6B 

Estimation of Floods of Various Frequencies for 
the Small Ephemeral Streams in Eastern Wash- 
ington, 
W80-04093 1312 2E 

Estimates of Lake St. Clair Evaporation, 
W80-04217 1313 2D 

Estimation of Soil Moisture at Deeper Depth 

from Surface Layer Data, 

W80-04236 1313 2G 

Diurnal Oxygen Rhythm and Primary Produc- 
tion in the Mixed Layer of the Atlantic Ocean at 
20 Degrees N, 
W80-04282 1313 5 A 

Current C14 Methods for Measuring Primary 

Production: Gross Underestimates in Oceanic 

Waters, 

W80-04284 1313 5 A 

Evaluation of Methods for Estimating Ground- 
Water Withdrawals in Western Kansas, 
W80-04370 1313 4B 

Estimating the Risk of Channel Erosion, 
W80-05209 1316 2J 

Probability Weighted Moments Compared with 
Some Traditional Techniques in Estimating 
Gumbel Parameters and Quantiles, 
W80-05703 1318 2E 

An Evaluation of Some Record Reconstruction 

Techniques, 

W80-05714 1318 2E 

Estimation of Parameters and Quantiles of 

Wakeby Distributions. 1. Known Lower 

Bounds, 

W80-05873 1318 2E 

Estimation of parameters and Quantiles of 

Wakby Distributions. 2. Unknown Lower 

Bounds, 

W80-05874 1318 2E 

Streamflow Estimates in Selected Wisconsin 

Streams, 

W80-05878 1318 2E 

Adoption of Flood Flow Frequency Estimates 

at Ungaged Locations, 

W80-05928 1318 2E 

Reciprocal-Distance Estimate of Point Rainfall, 
W80-06296 1320 2B 

Determination of Actual Evaporation for Hy- 
drological Budgets Using Infra-Red Thermo- 
metry by Remote Sensing (Determination De 
L'Evaporation Reelle Dans Les Bilans Hydrolo- 
giques Par La Teledetection en Thermographic 
Infra-Rouge), 
W80-06482 1324 2D 

ESTIMATING EQUATION 

Sediment Yield Equation from an Erosion Simu- 
lation Model, 
W 80-002 80 1301 2 J 

ESTIMATING EQUATIONS 

The Use of Development Value Estimates for 

Coastal Wetland Permit Decisions, 

W80-03144 1309 6B 

Description and Use of an Improved Method for 
Determining Estuarine Zooplankton Grazing 
Rates on Phytoplankton, 
W80-04357 1313 5A 



Intervention Analysis with Missing Data, 
W80-04823 1315 7C 

Estimating Transmissivity and Well Loss Con- 
stant Using Multirate Test Data from a Pumped 
Well, 
W80-05744 1318 2F 

River Nutrient and Chemical Transport Estima- 
tion, 
W80-05959 1318 5B 

Maximum-Likelihood Estimation of the General 
Extreme- Value Distribution Parameters, 
W80-06217 1320 2E 

A Computer Method for Loading Model Net- 
works, 
W80-06636 1324 5F 

A Fish Mark-Recapture Study in Boskop Dam, 

Western Transvaal, 

W80-06857 1324 6A 

ESTIMATION 

Estimation of Seasonal Growth of Underground 

Biomass, 

W80-01226 1304 21 

ESTROPHICATION 

The Fauna of the Muddy Sediments of Lough 

Neagh, with Particular Reference to Eutrophi- 

cation, 

W80-01356 1304 5C 

ESTUARIES 

A Tidal Simulation System for Estuarine Eco- 
system Research, 
W80-00191 1301 5C 

Plants and Animals of the Estuary. 

W80-OO3OO 1301 2L 

Plant Life of the Estuary, 

W80-00301 1301 2L 

Estuarine Animals, 

W80-OO3O2 1301 2L 

Fishery Survey of Cedar Lakes and the Brazos 

and San Bernard River Estuaries, 

W80-00305 1301 2H 

Freshwater and the Florida Coast: Southwest 

Florida. 

W80-00367 1301 6E 

Water Quality Investigation of Estuaries of 

Georgia, 1976, 

W80-00553 1302 2L 

The Production and Fate of Phytoplankton Size 
Fractions in the Plume of the Hudson River, 
New York Bight, 
W80-00628 1302 2L 



Upwelling and Estuary Flushing, 
W80-00632 



1302 2L 



On the Choice of Boundary Conditions for One- 
Dimensional Models of Estuarine Water Quality, 
W80-00706 1302 2L 

Evaluation of a Digital Model for Estuarine 

Water Quality Simulation in Waste Allocation 

Studies, 

W80-00761 1302 5B 

Chemical and Physical Processes Controlling 
the Chemical Composition of Suspended Materi- 
al in the River Tay Estuary, 
W 80-00960 1303 2L 

Variations of Longitudinal Diffusivity in the 

Hudson Estuary, 

W80-00961 1303 2L 

Removal of 'Soluble' Iron in the Potomac River 

Estuary, 

W80-01014 1303 5A 



SU-134 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ESTUARIES 



Nutrient Cycling and Primary Production in 

Port Hacking, New South Wales, 

W80-01122 1303 5C 

Proceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Zone 

Research in Massachusetts (November 27-28, 

1978), 

W80-01136 1303 2J 

Alkalinity and pH in the Southern Chesapeake 

Bay and the James River Estuary, 

W 80-0 1267 1304 2L 

Behaviour of Manganese in the Rhine and 
Scheldt Estuaries, I. Physico-Chemical Aspects, 
W80-01288 1304 2L 

Tidally Induced Residual Currents in Estuaries 

of Variable Breadth and Depth, 

W80-01293 1304 2L 

A Real Time Model of Nitrogen-Cycle Dynam- 
ics in An Estuarine System, 
W80-01355 1304 5C 

Ocean Outfall Wastewater Disposal Feasibility 

and Planning. 

W80-01402 1304 5E 

Water Quality Investigation of Estuaries of 

Georgia - 1977, 

W80-01411 1304 5 A 

Hydrology of Major Estuaries and Sounds of 

North Carolina, 

W80-01598 1304 2L 

An Investigation of Proposed Effluent Dis- 
charge into a Tropical Mangrove Estuary, 
W80-01613 1305 5C 

River, Estuary, Lake and Reservoir Quality 

Management, 

W80-01624 1305 5 A 

Application of Formaldoxime Colorimetric 
Method for the Determination of Manganese in 
the Pore Water of Anoxic Estuarine Sediments, 
W80-01841 1305 2L 

Tidal Energy and Sublittoral Macrobenthic Ani- 
mals in Estuaries, 
W80-01868 1305 2L 

Terrigenous Organic Matter in Sediments of the 
St. Lawrence Estuary and the Saguenay Fjord, 
W80-01870 1305 2L 

Residual Fluxes of Water and Salt at Two Sta- 
tions in the Severn Estuary, 
W80-01883 1305 2L 

Tidal and Seasonal Variations of Trace Elements 

in Two Cornish Estuaries, 

W80-01884 1305 2L 

Zooplankton Distribution in Relation to the Hy- 
drology of the Derwent River Estuary, 
W80-01985 1305 5C 

Predicting Level of Dissolved Reactive Phos- 
phate in the Lafayette River, Virginia, from 
Information on Tide, Wind, Temperature, and 
Sewage Discharge, 
W80-02178 1306 5B 

Short-Term Covariability of Chlorophyll and 
Temperature in the St. Lawrence Estuary, 
W80-02184 1306 2L 

Halophytes: Adaptive Mechanisms, 

W80-02324 1306 21 

Inlet Stability Solutions for Tributary Inflow, 
W80-02339 1306 2L 

Parameter Identification of Two-Dimensional 

Estuarine Model, 

W80-02409 1307 5G 



The Barnacle, Balanus Subalbidus, as a Salinity 
Bioindicator in the Oligohaline Estuarine Zone, 
W80-02413 1307 2L 

Finite Element Model of 2-D Stratified Flow, 
W80-02911 1308 2L 

Zinc in the Conwy River and Estuary, 
W80-03029 1309 2L 

An Approach for Hydrodynamic Modeling of 

Maine's Estuaries, 

W80-03084 1309 2L 

Tracer Study of Sediment- Water Interactions in 

Estuaries, 

W80-03368 1310 2J 

Factors Influencing Water Movements in the 

Firth of Clyde, 

W80-03369 1310 2L 

Minor Elements in the Sediments of the Thames 

Estuary, 

W80-03370 1310 2J 

Phytoplankton Production in a Turbid, Temper- 
ate Salt Marsh Estuary, 
W80-03372 1310 2L 

A Comparison of the Axial Distributions of Salt 

and 137CS in the Severn Estuary During August 

1974, 

W80-03373 1310 5B 

Seasonal Shifts of Sediment Within an Estuary 

Mediated by Algal Growth, 

W80-03374 1310 2J 

The Determination of Estuarine Sedimentation 
Rates by 134CS/137CS and Other Artificial Ra- 
dionuclide Profiles, 
W80-03377 1310 2J 

Numerical Simulation of the Coos Bay-South 

Slough Complex, 

W80-03559 1310 2L 

On the Calculation of the Width Averaged Flow 
Due to Long Waves in an Open Channel, 
W80-03619 1311 2E 

Behaviour of Manganese in the Rhine and 
Scheldt Estuaries, II. Geochemical Cycling, 
W80-03630 1311 2L 

Tidal Hydraulics in Estuarine Channels, 
W80-03714 1311 2L 

Recent Geochemical History of Flood Deposits 

in the Northern Chesapeake Bay, 

W80-03735 1311 2J 

Hydrochemistry of Dissolved Inorganic Carbon 
in the St. Lawrence Estuary (Canada), 
W80-03736 1311 2L 

Incorporation, Distribution and Fate of Saturat- 
ed Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Sediments from a 
Controlled Marine Ecosystem, 
W80-03899 1311 5C 

The Problem of Misplaced Sediment, 
W80-04071 1312 5C 

Man-Induced Modifications in Estuaries of the 
Northern Gulf of Mexico: Their Impacts on 
Fishery Resources and Measures of Mitigation, 
W80-04191 1312 5C 

Nutrient and Oxygen Redistribution During a 
Spring Neap Tidal Cycle in a Temperature Estu- 
ary, 
W80-04212 1313 2L 

Effects of Continuous Chlorination on Entrained 

Estuarine Plankton, 

W80-04220 1313 2L 



Demersal Fish and Shellfish Assessment in Se- 
lected Estuary Systems of Kodiak Island, 
W80-04425 1313 5C 

The Role of Zooplankton in the Nitrogen Dy- 
namics of a Shallow Estuary, 
W80-04448 1313 5C 



The Estuary Revisited, 
W80-04505 



1314 2L 



A One-Dimensional Representation of Residual 

Currents in the Severn Estuary and Associated 

Observations, 

W80-04630 1314 2L 

Short-Term Variations in Phytoplankton Bio- 
mass in a Tidal Estuary in Northern Brittany, 
W80-04633 1314 2L 

Trace Metals in Suspended Particulates, Biota, 
and Sediments of the St. Croix, Narraguagus, 
and Union Estuaries and the Goose Cove 
Region of Penobscot Bay, 
W80-04809 1315 5B 

Estuarine Sanctuaries - The Oregon Experience, 
W80-04922 1315 6E 

Comparative Nutrient Dynamics of a Marsh- 

Mudflat Ecosystem, 

W80-05131 1316 5B 

The Effect of Tidal Resuspension on the Distri- 
bution of Intertidal Epipelic Algae in an Estu- 
ary, 
W80-05132 1316 2L 

A Small Cliff-Bound Estuarine Environment: 

Sandyhaven Pill in South Wales, 

W80-05146 1316 2L 

Comparison of Verified Physical and Mathemat- 
ical Model, 
W80-05177 1316 2L 

Verification of an Estuarine Model for Apalachi- 

cola Bay, Florida, 

W80-05179 1316 2L 

Verification of a York River Ecosystem Model, 
W80-05180 1316 5C 

Verification of Finite Element Hydrodynamic 

Model Cafe, 

W80-05202 1316 2L 

Verification of Fixed-Bed Estuarine Models, 
W80-05211 1316 2L 

Two-Dimensional Tidally Averaged Estuarine 

Model, 

W80-05251 1316 2L 

Numerical Modeling of Tidal Circulation in 

Harbors, 

W80-05433 1317 2L 

A Two-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Model of a 

Tidal Estuary, 

W80-05449 1317 2L 

Sediment Bacteria as a Water Quality Indicator 
in the Lynnhaven Estuary, 

W80-05467 1317 5 A 

A Semi-Implicit Two-Dimensional Model of Es- 
tuarine Circulation, 
W80-05475 1317 2L 



Estuaries, 
W80-05569 



1317 2L 



Simulation of Sulfur Cycle in Estuarine Sedi- 
ments, 
W80-05727 1318 2K 

C & D Canal Effect on Salinity of Delaware 

Estuary, 

W80-05777 1318 2L 



SU-135 



ESTUARIES 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Polarographic Measurement of Manganese (II) 

in Estuarine Waters, 

W80-05785 1318 2L 

Dynamics of Phytoplankton Productivity in the 

Peconic Bay Estuary, Long Island, 

W80-05789 1318 2L 

Discussion of the Turbidity Maximum in Partial- 
ly Mixed Estuaries, 
W8O-05790 1318 2L 

Water Quality Analysis of the Halifax River, 

Florida, 

W80-05856 1318 5B 

Organic-Rich Colloidal Marerial in Estuaries 

and Its Alteration by Chlorination, 

W8O-O6093 1319 5A 

Relationships Between Heterotrophic Bacteria 
and Pollution in an Industrialized Estuary, 
W80-06126 1319 5B 

Experiments on Arrested Saline Wedge, 
W80-06128 1319 2L 

Estuarine Front Formation and Propagation, 
W80-06194 1319 2L 

Salt Flux and Mixing in the Columbia River 

Estuary, 

W80-06294 1320 2L 

Distributions and Stable-Isotope Composition of 

Carbon in San Francisco Bay, 

W80-06338 1321 5C 

History, Landforms, and Vegetation of the Es- 
tuary's Tidal Marshes, 
W80-06341 1321 2L 

Some Observations on the Lipid Concentration 
in the Ems-Dollart Estuary and the Western 
Wadden Sea, 
W80-06651 1324 2L 

Sedimentation in the Fraser River and its Estu- 
ary, Southwestern British Columbia (Canada), 
W80-06653 1324 2J 

On the Stokes' Drift Induced by Tidal Motions 

in a Wide Estuary, 

W80-06658 1324 2L 

Modelling of Tidal Barrier Schemes: An Analy- 
sis of the Open-Boundary Problem by Reference 
to AC Circuit Theory, 
W80-06659 1324 2L 

Evidence for the Formation and Age of a Com- 
mercial Sand Deposit in the Bristol Channel, 
W80-06661 1324 2L 

Utilization of Tidal Currents by Estuarine Zoo- 
plankton, 
W80-06662 1324 2L 

Estuarine Sediments: Successional Model, 
W80-06757 1324 5B 

The Equitable Approach to Pollution Control 
Management in the Thames Estuary, 
W80-06772 1324 5B 

Collocation Formulations for the Finite Element 

Analysis of Tidal and Transport Processes in 

Estuaries, 

W80-06877 1324 2L 

Finite Element Methods in Two Layer and 

Multi-Leveled Flow Analysis, 

W80-06903 1324 2L 

A Finite Element Solution for Depth-Averaged 
Two-Dimensional Navier-Stokes Equations for 
Mows in Rivers and Channels, 
W80-06905 1324 2E 



Finite Element Analysis of Depth Varying Flow 

in Lakes and Coastal Regions, 

W80-06909 1324 2H 

An Upwind Finite Element Formulation for 
Convection or Buoyancy Dominated Flows in 
Rivers, Bays and Estuaries, 
W80-06911 1324 2L 

Tidal Wave Analysis for Estuaries With Interti- 

dal Flats, 

W80-06912 1324 2L 

Tidal Computation in the Elbe Estuary with a 

Coupled FE Model, 

W 80-069 14 1324 2L 

Finite Element Models in a Hybrid Model Study 

of Estuarine Sedimentation, 

W80-06924 1324 2L 

ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENT 

Water Quality Investigation of Estuaries of 

Georgia, 1976, 

W80-00553 1302 2L 

Distribution of Intertidal Diatoms Associated 
with Sediments in Yaquina Estuary, Oregon, 
W80-01436 1304 5C 

Mitigation: A Concept for Wetland Restoration, 
W80-02288 1306 6E 

The National Estuarine Sanctuary Program, 
W80-03416 1310 6E 

Production and Structure in the Early Stages of 

Vegetation Development in the Lauwerszee- 

Polder, 

W80-03524 1310 2L 

Effects of Chlorobrominated and Chlorinated 
Cooling Waters on Estuarine Organisms, 
W80-04393 1313 5C 

A Small Cliff-Bound Estuarine Environment: 

Sandyhaven Pill in South Wales, 

W80-05146 1316 2L 

In Situ Determination of Suspended Particulate 
Matter and Dissolved Organic Matter Concen- 
trations in an Estuarine Environment by Means 
of an Optical Beam Attenuance Meter, 
W80-05849 1318 2L 

The Geochemical Partitioning and Bioavailabi- 
lity of Trace Metals in Marine Sediments, 
W80-06333 1321 5B 

Sources and Sinks of Biologically Reactive 
Oxygen, Carbon, Nitrogen, and Silica in North- 
ern San Francisco Bay, 
W80-06337 1321 2L 

ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENTS 

Phytoplankton Distribution and Light Attenu- 
ation in Port Hacking Estuary, 
W80-03799 1311 5C 

The Release of Reactive Phosphate by a Posi- 
donia Australis Seagrass Community, 
W8O-03808 1311 2A 

Species Composition and Seasonal Occurence of 
Centric Diatoms in a Polluted Marine Environ- 
ment, 
W80-03820 1311 5C 

Physiological Aspects of Primary Production in 

Seagrasses, 

W80-04134 1312 2L 

A Study of the Role of the Seagrass Posidonia 
Australis in the Carbon Budget of an Estuary, 
W80-04278 1313 5C 



The Flax Pond Ecosystem Study: Exchanges of 
Inorganic Nitrogen Between an Estuarine Marsh 
and Long Island Sound, 
W80-04389 1313 2L 

ESTUARINES 

Mass Transfer Verifications of Tidal Froude 

Models, 

W80-02695 1307 2L 

ESTUARING ENVIRONMENTS 

Seasonal Occurrence and Variation in Standing 
Crop of a Drift Algal Community in the Indian 
River, Florida, 
W80-03803 1311 5C 

ETHOPROP 

A Marine Algal Bioassay Method: Results with 

Pesticides and Industrial Wastes, 

W80-04740 1314 5A 

EUGLENA 

Feeding in the Rotifer Brachionus Calyciflorus 
IV. Selective Feeding on Tracer Particles as a 
Factor in Trophic Ecology in an in Situ Tech- 
nique, 
W80-02527 1307 5C 

EUPHAUSIA 

DDT and Its Metabolites in Antarctic Knll (Eu- 
phausia Superba Dana) from South Atlantic, 
W80-00868 1303 5 A 

EUPHOTIC ZONE 

Nitrate and Phytoplankton Production in South- 
ern California Coastal Waters, 
W80-03789 1311 5C 

Size-Selective Predation, Light Transmission, 
and Oxygen Stratification: Evidence from the 
Recent Sediments of Manipulated Lakes, 
W80-06118 1319 2H 

EURASIAN WATERMILFOIL 

The Biology of Canadian Weeds. 34. Myriophyl- 

lum Spicatum L., 

W80-01362 1304 4A 

British Columbia Aquatic Plant Management 

Program, 

W80-03840 1311 4A 

EUREKA AREA (CA) 
Ground-Water Conditions in the Eureka Area, 
Humboldt County, California, 1975, 
W80-00926 1303 2F 

EUREKA SPRINGS LANDFILL (FL) 

Hydrogeologic Data for Eureka Springs Land- 
fill and Adjacent Area, North-Central Hillsbor- 
ough County, Florida, 1969-73, 
W80-06580 1324 5B 

EUROPE 

Economic Commission for Europe. Regional 

Report, 

W80-00408 1302 6A 

An Analysis of the Processes of River Bank 

Erosion, 

W80-00612 1302 2J 

Low-Frequency Sea Level and Current Fluctu- 
ations Along the Coast of Northwest Italy, 
W80-00742 1302 2L 

Source Identification for Suspended Sediments, 
W80-06406 1321 2J 

Reservoir Effects on Sediment Yield, 
W80-06407 1321 2J 

EUROPEAN COMMUNITY 

The Balance of Groundwater Resources of the 
European Community: A Methodology for a 
Multinational Problem, 
W80-04182 1312 4B 



SU 136 



SUBJECT INDEX 



EUTROPHICATION 



EURYDICE 

Noxious Effects of Diesel Oil D-2 and the Syn- 
ergistic Effect of Polychlorinated Biphenyls 
(Aroclor 1242) on Zooplankton Species Euryd- 
ice Truncata, 
W80-02947 1308 5 A 

EURYTEMORA AFFINIS 

The Measurement of Temperature Tolerance: 

Verification of an Index, 

W80-06041 1319 2L 

EURYTEMORE AFFINIS 

Genetic and Physiological Adaptation of the 
Copepod Eurytemora Affinis to Seasonal Tem- 
peratures, 
W80-06038 1319 2L 

EUTROPHICATION 

Hypolimnetic Oxygen Depletion in Central 
Lake Erie: Has There Been Any Change, 
W80-00197 1301 2H 

Regional Analysis of Economic Activity, Re- 
source Management and Lake Eutrophication: A 
Case Study of Itasca County, Minnesota, 
W80-00254 1301 5C 

Eutrophication and Rehabilitation of Surface 

Waters, 

W80-00417 1302 5C 

The Source of Muddy Odor in Bream (Abramis 

Brama) from the Porvoo Sea Area (Gulf of 

Finland), 

W80-00661 1302 5 A 

A Simple Eutrophication Model for the Bay of 

Keszthely, Lake Balaton, 

W80-00712 1302 2L 

Modelling of the Eutrophication Process in 

Lakes and Reservoirs, 

W80-00718 1302 2H 

Effects of Artificial Eutrophication on the Me- 
tabolism of the Japanese Oyster Crassostrea 
Gigas, 
W80-00792 1302 5B 

The Relationship Between Water Depth and 
Sedimentary Pigment Concentration in Two 
Holomictic Berkshire Lakes, 
W80-00871 1303 5G 

On the Morphology of Summer Algae in Non- 
Stratified Lakes, 
W80-01117 1303 5C 

Seasonal Changes in Phytoplankton Densities in 

Four North Island Lakes, 1973-74, 

W80-01125 1303 5C 

Eutrophication Models, 

W80-01134 1303 5C 

Public Information and Lake Eutrophication: A 
Case Study of Gull Lake in Southwestern Michi- 
gan, 
W80-01255 1304 5C 

Nitrogen - A Growth Limiting Nutrient in Eu- 

trophic Lakes, 

W80-01308 1304 5C 

Growth Response of Anabaena Flos-Aquae 
(LYNGB.) Debrebisson in Waters Collected 
from Long Lae Reservoir, Washington, 
W80-01369 1304 5C 

Nitrogen Fixation-A Review of this Phenom- 
enon as a Polluting Process, 
W80-01447 1304 5C 

Environmental Features, General Hydrology, 
and External Sources of Nutrients Affecting 
Wilderness Lake, King County, Washington, 
W80-01595 1304 2H 



The Role of Nutrients and Their Effects on the 
Biota in Freshwater Lentic Systems, 
W80-01622 1305 5C 

Eutrophication: Current State-of-the-Art and 

Probable Areas of Investigation, 

W80-01627 1305 5 A 

Attempts to Reduce Eutrophication in an Artifi- 
cial Bathing Lake, 
W80-01752 1305 5C 

Impoundments and Their Influence on the 

Rivers Studied by Bioassays, 

W80-01781 1305 5C 

(Growth and Chemical Composition of Reed 
(Phragmites Australlis) as Related to Water Eu- 
trophication), Wachstum und Chemische Zu- 
sammensetzug von Schilf (Phragmites Australis) 
in Abhangigkeit von der 

Gewassereultrophierung. 
W80-01913 1305 5C 

Mathematical Modelling of Eutrophied Coastal 

Areas, 

W80-01993 1305 5C 

Changes in the Ichthyofauna of Lake Ziolo as an 
Index of Progressing Eutrophication (In Polish), 
W8O-021OO 1306 5C 

Nutrient Budgets and the Effects of Develop- 
ment on Trophic Conditions in Lakes, 
W80-02127 1306 5C 

Eutrophication in a Brackish Delta Lake, 
W80-02378 1306 5C 

Chemical and Biological Survey of the Upper 

Gila River System in New Mexico: Preliminary 

Study of Nutrients in Snow and Quemado 

Lakes, 

W80-02405 1307 5C 

Interdepression Differences in the Hypolimnetic 
Areal Relative Oxygen Deficits of Douglas 
Lake, Michigan, 
W80-02573 1307 5C 

Theoretical Considerations on Eutrophication, 
W80-02576 1307 5C 

Dynamics of Dissolved Oxygen in a Hypereu- 
trophic Lake: Lake Kasumigaura, Japan, 
W80-02684 1307 2H 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in Iowa Lakes, 
W80-02731 1308 2H 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in Kansas Lakes, 
W80-02732 1308 2H 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in Nebraska 

Lakes, 

W80-02733 1308 2H 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in Oklahoma 

Lakes, 

W80-02734 1308 2H 

Distribution of Phytoplankton in North Dakota 

Lakes, 

W80-02735 1308 2H 

Limnological and Socioeconomic Evaluation of 
Lake Restoration Projects: Approaches and Pre- 
liminary Results. 
W80-02742 1308 6B 

The Availability of Sediment Phosphate to 

Algae, 

W80-02751 1308 5C 

Lake Restoration, Proceedings of a National 

Conference, August 22-24, 1978, Minneapolis, 

Minnesota. 

W80-02773 1308 2H 



General Concepts of Lake Degradation and 

Lake Restoration, 

W80-02787 1308 5C 



Lake Measurements, 
W80-02788 



1308 5C 



Some Watershed Analysis Tools for Lake Man- 
agement, 
W80-02790 1308 5B 

Treatment of Domestic Wastes in Lakeshore 

Developments, 

W80-02791 1308 5D 

Dredging and Lake Restoration, 

W80-02792 1308 2J 

Physical and Chemical Treatment of Lake Sedi- 
ments, 
W80-02793 1308 2J 



Lake Restoration by Dilution, 
W80-02795 



1308 2H 



Lake Restoration by Nutrient Inactivation, 
W80-02796 1308 5F 

The Need for More Biology in Lake Restora- 
tion, 
W80-02798 1308 2H 

Aquatic Plant Harvesting as a Lake Restoration 

Technique, 

W80-02800 1308 21 

EPA's Lake Restoration Evaluation Program, 
W80-02801 1308 6B 

Preliminary Findings of Medical Lake Restora- 
tion, 
W80-02804 1308 2H 

Lake Rehabilitation: A Status Report, 
W80-02869 1308 2H 

Effect of Bottom Conditions on Eutrophy of 

Impoundments, 

W80-02881 1308 2H 

A Discrete Model for the Study of a Lake, 
W80-03106 1309 5C 

Oxygen Deficit-Phosphorus Loading Relation 

in Lakes, 

W80-03185 1309 5B 

The Impacts of Wastes from a Phosphate Plant 
on the Marine Environment (Gulf of Gabes, 
Tunis) (In French), 
W80-03232 1309 5B 

The Problem of Phosphorus in the Eutrophic 

Lake Maryut, 

W80-03371 1310 5L 

Impact of Nutrient Enrichment in a Waterchest- 
nut Ecosystem at Takahama-Iri Bay of Lake 
Kasumigaura, Japan-I. Nutrient Influx and Phy- 
toplankton Bloom, 
W80-03467 1310 5A 

Phosphrus Export from Rural Maine Water- 
sheds, 
W80-03776 1311 5B 

A Nine-Year Study of the Phytoplankton of the 
Eutrophic and Non-Stratifying Loch Leven 
(Kinross, Scotland), 
W80-03816 1311 5C 

Keep Recreational Waters Algae-Free, 
W80-04116 1312 5G 

Growth and Population Studies on Tilapia Gali- 

laea in Lake Kinneret, 

W80-04152 1312 5G 



SU-137 



EUTROPHICATION 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Changes in Phosphorus Concentration in a Eu- 
trophic Lake as a Result of Macrophyte-K.il! 
Following Herbicide Application, 
W80-04276 1313 5C 

A Statistical Model for Small Lake Water Qual- 
ity Management, 
W80-04359 1313 5C 

Nitrogen Fixation in a Nitrogen-Limited Im- 
poundment, 
W80-04360 1313 5C 

Sodium and Potassium Ions Effects on Phospho- 
rus Transport in Algal Cells, 
W80-04392 1313 5C 

Massive Fish Mortalities Caused by Algal 

Blooms in Eutrophic Ecosystems, 

W80-04408 1313 5C 

Studies on the Usefulness of Different Mesh-Size 
Plankton Nets for Thickening Zooplankton, 
W80-04445 1313 5C 

Effect of Nutrient Inflow on the Bacterial Flora 

in the River Sakuragawa, Japan, 

W80-04447 1313 5C 

Factors Causing Elevated Biological Oxygen 

Demand in the Littoral Zone of Lake Wingra, 

Wisconsin, 

W80-04457 1313 5C 

A Contribution to the Phosphorus Loading Con- 
cept, 
W80-04656 1314 5C 

The Study of Eutrophication of Algal Benthos 
by Essential Metals in Artificial Rivers, 
W80-04726 1314 5 A 

The Different Adaptability of Fish to Eutrophi- 
cation, (In German), 
W80-04912 1315 5C 

Lake Ecosystems: A Polyhedral Dynamics Rep- 
resentation, 
W80-05040 1315 5C 

Hypolimnion Injection of Nutrient Effluents as a 
Method for Reducing Eutrophication, 
W80-05422 1317 2H 

Physiocochemical Factors and Their Effects on 

Algal Growth in a New Southern California 

Reservoir, 

W80-05720 1318 5C 

Nearshore Impact of Stormwater in Lake Sam- 

mamish, Washington, 

W80-05750 1318 5C 

Benthic and Atmospheric Contributions to the 
Nutrient Budgets of A Soft-Water Lake, 
W80-05833 1318 2H 

The Phosphorus-Chlorophyll Relationship in 

Roodeplaat Dam 

W80-06037 1319 5C 

Reservoir Eutrophication: Factors Governing 

Primary Production, 

W80-06367 1321 5C 

Simulation of Recent and Projected Total Phos- 
phorus Trends in Lake Ontario, 
W80-06439 1321 5B 

Eutrophication Stress in the Littoral Zone Re- 
sulting From Shoreland Development, 
W8O-O6690 1324 5C 

EVALUATION 

An Economic and Environmental Evaluation of 
Alternative Land Development Around Lakes, 
W80-OOI48 1301 6B 



Guidelines for the Use of Structural Versus Re- 
gression Analysis in Geomorphic Studies, 
W8O-0O224 1301 7B 

The Design and Evaluation of Institutional Ar- 
rangements for Water Planning and Manage- 
ment, 
W80-00431 1302 6E 

A Model for Simulating Lake Ecosystems, 
W80-00521 1302 5C 

Generation and Evaluation of Alternative Plans 
for Regional Wastewater Systems: An Imputed 
Value Method, 
W80-00982 1303 5D 

Progress Report on Water Resources of the Tu- 
lalip Indian Reservation, Washington, 
W80-01435 1304 2A 

A Survey Research Evaluation of Citizen Par- 
ticipation Strategies, 
W80-01542 1304 6B 

Water Resources of the Swinomish Indian Res- 
ervation, Washington, 
W80-01599 1304 7C 

Artificial Wetlands: Values, Regulatory, and De- 
velopmental Issues, 
W80-01603 1305 6B 

Waste Treatment and Methane Production by a 

Plastic-Media Anaerobic Filter, 

W80-01640 1305 5D 

Water Supply Regionalization: A Critical Evalu- 
ation, 
W80-01684 1305 4A 

Comparative Evaluation of Statistical Method 

for Water Supply Forecasting, 

W80-01687 1305 2A 

Many Uses and Many Users: Some Desirable 
Characteristics of a Common Land and Water 
Classification system, 
W80-01898 1305 7B 

Evaluation of Habitat Quality in Wyoming 

Trout Streams, 

W80-01906 1305 6B 

Habitat Scarcity, A Basis for Assigning Unit 
Values for Assessment of Aquatic Wildlife Habi- 
tat, 
W80-01908 1305 6B 

A Modeling Approach to Evaluate Tidal Wet- 
lands, 
W80-01927 1305 2L 

Onshore Impacts of Offshore Oil: A User's 

Guide to Assessment Methods, 

W80-02070 1306 5C 

Value of Wetlands as Domestic Ecosystems, 
W80-02256 1306 6B 

The Economics of Marine Fisheries Manage- 
ment in the Era of Extended Jurisdiction: The 
Canadian Perspective. 
W80-02450 1307 6E 

Reconnaissance Evaluation of Surface-Water 
Quality in Eagle, Grand, Jackson, Pitkin, Routt, 
and Summit Counties, Colorado, 
W80-02597 1307 5B 

Limnological and Socioeconomic Evaluation of 
Lake Restoration Projects: Approaches and Pre- 
liminary Results. 
W80-02742 1308 6B 

EPA's Lake Restoration Evaluation Program, 
W80-02801 1308 6B 



Firefly Assay of Adenine Nucleotide* Form 
Algae: Comparison of Extraction Methods, 
W80-03111 1309 5C 

River Amenity Evaluation: A Review and Com- 
mentary, 
W80-O4758 1314 6B 

Estimating Costs and Benefits for Nonstructural 

Flood Control Measures, 

W80-04769 1314 6F 

Determination of Trace Elements in Natural 

Waters by the D.C Argon Plasma, Multielement 

Atomic Emission Spectrometer (DCP-MAES) 

Technique, 

W80-04858 1315 7B 

Final Report on Sampling and Evaluation of 

Archaeological and Historical Sites in or Near 

Bureau of Reclamation's Authorized Salmon 

Falls Division, Twin Falls and Cassia Countries, 

Idaho, 

W80-05113 1316 6B 

Reconnaissance Snow Surveys of the National 
Petroleum Reserve in Alaska, April 1977 and 
April-May 1978, 
W80-05294 1316 2C 

The Field Evaluation of a Synthetic Material for 

Use as a Slope Protection Method on Irrigation 

Dams, 

W80-05468 1317 8G 

Some Basic Considerations in the Design of Hy- 

drologic Data Networks, 

W80-05709 1318 7A 

An Evaluation of Some Record Reconstruction 

Techniques, 

W80-05714 1318 2E 

Commensuration in Federal Water Resources 
Planning: Problem Analysis and Research Ap- 
praisal, 
W80-05754 1318 6B 

Irrigation Project Monitoring: A Feedback for 

Planners and Management, 

W80-05985 1318 6 A 

Classification of Ground-Water Recharge Poten- 
tial in Three Parts of Santa Cruz County, Cali- 
fornia, 
W80-06056 1319 4B 

Hydrology of Jumper Creek Canal Basin, Sump- 

ter County, Florida, 

W80-06063 1319 4A 

A Survey and Evaluation of Cultural Resources: 
Phase II of the Oroville-Tonasket Unit Exten- 
sion, 
W80-06284 1320 6B 

Evaluation of Remote Hydrologic Data-Acquisi- 
tion Systems, West Central Florida, 
W80-06345 1321 7B 

Evaluation Methods for Hydrogeologic Condi- 
tions at Radioactive Waste Burial Sites, 
W80-06435 1321 5E 

Recent Changes in the Near-Shore Phytoplank- 

ton of Lake Erie's Western Basin at Kingsville, 

Ontario, 

W80-06444 1321 2H 

Removal of Radium-226 From Sarasota County, 
Florida, Drinking Water by Reverse Osmosis, 
W80-06639 1324 5F 

The Determination of Chlorophyll A in Water 

Containing Sediment, 

W80-06648 1324 5A 



SU 138 



SUBJECT INDEX 



EVAPOTRANSPIRATION 



EVALUATION MATRIX 

Instream Flow Strategies for Washington, 
W80-00531 1302 



6E 



Instream Flow Strategies for California, 
W80-00532 1302 6E 

EVALUATIONS 

Field Manual for Performance Evaluation and 
Troubleshooting at Municipal Wastewater 
Treatment Facilities, 
W80-00253 1301 5D 

EVANGELINE AQUIFER (TX) 

A Digital Model for Simulation of Ground- 
Water Hydrology in the Houston Area, Texas, 
W80-O0935 1303 6A 

Approximate Water-Level Changes in Wells in 
the Chicot and Evangeline Aquifers in the Hous- 
ton-Galveston Region, Texas, 1977-80 and 1979- 
80, 
W80-06360 1321 7C 

EVAPORATION 

The Removal of Volatile Suspended Solids from 

Wastewaters, 

W80-O0103 1301 5D 

The Priestley-Taylor Evaporation Model Ap- 
plied to a Large, Shallow Lake in the Nether- 
lands, 
W80-00349 1301 2D 

A Wind Tunnel Investigation of the Rate of 
Evaporation of Large Water Drops Falling at 
Terminal Velocity in Air, 
W80-00602 1302 2B 

Heat and Mass Exchange Coefficients for Open 

Water Surfaces, 

W80-00714 1302 2D 

Predicting Hysteretic Effects in Evaporation 

From Bare Soil, 

W80-00732 1302 2D 

A Study of the Vacuum-Freezing High Pressure 

Ice-Melting Process, 

W80-01007 1303 3A 

An Improved Aerodynamic Evaporation Tech- 
nique for Large Lakes with Application to the 
International Field Year for the Great Lakes, 
W80-01029 1303 2D 

Weathering Estimations for Spilled Oil from 

Bouchard No 65, 

W80-01147 1303 5C 

The Fate and Weathering of Surface Oil from 

the Bravo Blowout, 

W80-01153 1303 5C 

Performance of a F.R.P. Pan Evaporimeter, 
W80-01829 1305 2D 

Space-Correlation Fields of Pan Evaporimeter 

Network, 

W80-01831 1305 2D 

Recycling of Water in the Amazon Basin: An 

Isotopic Study, 

W80-02181 1306 2 A 

Daytime Energy Exchange and Evaporation 

from a Wooded Swamp, 

W80-02182 1306 2D 

Apparatus and Process for Volume Reduction of 
Aqueous Waste Through Solar Evaporation, 
W80-02630 1307 5D 

A Comparison of Some Methods for Estimation 

of Potential Evaporation, 

W80-02689 1307 2D 



Comparison and Combination of Two Recent 
Proposals for a Generalized Penman Equation, 
W80-02699 1307 2D 

The Relationship Between Annual Rainfall and 

Pan Evaporation in Australia, 

W80-02885 1308 2D 

An Electrical Conductance Method for Deter- 
mining Condensation and Evaporation Processes 
in Arid Soils with High Spatial Resolution, 
W80-03470 1310 2D 

Comprehensive Monitoring of Meteorology, 
Hydraulics, and Thermal Regime of the San 
Diego Aqueduct, California, 
W80-04100 1312 2D 

Thermal Modeling of Flow in the San Diego 
Aqueduct, California, and Its Relation to Evapo- 
ration, 
W80-04102 1312 2D 

Estimates of Lake St. Clair Evaporation, 
W80-04217 1313 2D 

Evaporation from Vegetation in Landscapes De- 
veloping Secondary Salinity Using the Ventilat- 
ed-Chamber Technique, II. Evaporation from 
Atriplex Plantations over a Shallow Saline 
Water Table, 
W80-04273 1313 2D 

Energy Budget and Monthly Evaporation Esti- 
mates for Lake Superior, 1973, 
W80-05282 1316 2D 

Simple Models for Calculating Evaporation 
from Dry and Wet Tundra Surfaces, 
W80-05316 1316 21 

Accuracy of Harbeck Diagram for Forced 

Evaporation, 

W80-05840 1318 5B 

Simultaneous Transport of Surface-Applied 

Salts and Water Through Unsaturated Soils as 

Affected by Infiltration, Redistribution, and 

Evaporation, 

W80-05957 1318 2G 

Net Reainfall and Interception Loss in a Savan- 
na Cover (Netto Reenval En 
Onderskeppingsverlies In 'N Savannabedekk- 
ing). 
W80-06091 1319 21 

Effects of Lily Pads on Evaporation, 
W80-06392 1321 2D 

Forest Management Effects on Interception, 

Evaporation, and Water Yield, 

W80-06476 1324 2D 

Determination of Actual Evaporation for Hy- 
drological Budgets Using Infra-Red Thermo- 
metry by Remote Sensing (Determination De 
L'Evaporation Reelle Dans Les Bilans Hydrolo- 
giques Par La Teledetection en Thermographic 
Infra-Rouge), 
W80-06482 1324 2D 

Measurement of Evaporation From Salt Water 

Pan, 

W80-06683 1324 2D 

EVAPORATION CONTROL 

Non Conventional Water Resources: Some Ad- 
vances in their Development, 
W80-00429 1302 3C 

Expanded Polystyrene Spheres as Evaporation 

Suppressors, 

W80-06825 1324 3B 

EVAPORATION ESTIMATES 

Energy Budget and Monthly Evaporation Esti- 
mates for Lake Superior, 1973, 
W80-05282 1316 2D 



EVAPORATION PANS 

Performance of a F.R.P. Pan Evaporimeter, 
W80-01829 1305 2D 

Measurement of Evaporation From Salt Water 

Pan, 

W80-06683 1324 2D 

EVAPORATIVE FREEZING OPERATIONS 

A Study of the Vacuum-Freezing High Pressure 

Ice-Melting Process, 

W80-01007 1303 3A 

EVAPORATIVE LOSSES 

Forest Management Effects on Interception, 

Evaporation, and Water Yield, 

W80-06476 1324 2D 

EVAPORATORS 

Performance of a F.R.P. Pan Evaporimeter, 
W80-01829 1305 2D 

EVAPORIMETERS 

Space-Correlation Fields of Pan Evaporimeter 

Network, 

W80-01831 1305 2D 

EVAPOTRANSPIRATION 

Evaporation from Vegetation in Landscapes De- 
veloping Secondary Salinity Using the Ventilat- 
ed-Chamber Technique, I. Comparative Tran- 
spiration from Juvenile Eucalyptus Above 
Saline Groundwater Seeps, 
W80-00755 1302 21 

Utilizing an Infrared Thermometer for Air Tem- 
perature Measurements, 
W8O-012OO 1303 7B 

Development and Installation of a Simple Me- 
chanical Weighing Type Lysimeter, 
W80-01890 1305 2D 

Experimental Investigation of Evapotranspira- 

tion, 

W80-02051 1306 2D 

A Comparison of Some Methods for Estimation 

of Potential Evaporation, 

W80-02689 1307 2D 

Evapotranspiration Under Depleting Soil Mois- 
ture, 
W80-02909 1308 2D 

The Simulation of Transmissivity, Storativity 
and Evapotranspiration in a Digital Model of a 
Fissured Dolomite Aquifer Near Ndola, Zambia, 
W80-03033 1309 2F 

A Sensitivity Analysis of the Penman-Monteith 
Actual Evapotranspiration Estimates, 
W80-03036 1309 2D 

An Improved Weighing Lysimeter Facility for 

Citrus Evapotranspiration Studies, 

W80-03325 1310 2D 

Phreatophyte Evapotranspiration and its Poten- 
tial Reduction Without Eradication, 
W80-03442 1310 2D 

Evapotranspiration From an Arid Zone Plant 

Community, 

W80-03548 1310 2D 

On the Assessment of Crop Droughts: A Case 

Study for Disa (Gujarat), 

W80-03637 1311 2B 

Measuring Evapotranspiration of Turfgrass, 
W80-03646 1311 2D 

Urban Lawn Evapotranspiration-Measurement 

and Prediction, 

W80-04021 1312 2D 



SU-139 



EVAPOTRANSPIRATION 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Consumptive Use and Yields of Crops in New 

Mexico, 

W80-04107 1312 2D 

A Study en Water Availability to the Crops 
Grown Under Rainfed Conditions in Different 
Soils at Bijapur, 
W80-04239 1313 2G 

Suitability of Region-Wide Irrigation Scheduling 
by Local Evapotranspiration Measurement, 
W80-04442 1313 2D 

Construction and Performance of Large Auto- 
matic (Nonweighing) Lysimeters, 
W80-04528 1314 2D 

Comparison Between Measured and Simulated 
Plant Water Potential During Soil Water Ex- 
traction by Potted Ryegrass, 
W80-05138 1316 2G 

A Weighing Lysimeter Facility at Roodeplaat 
for Crop Evapotranspiration Studies, 
W80-05759 1318 21 

Mapping Potential Evapotranspiration in Hilly 

Terrain, 

W80-06069 1319 2D 

Evaluation of the Bowen Ratio/Energy Balance 
Method for Determining Forest Evapotranspira- 
tion, 
W80-06405 1321 2D 

Response of Semiarid Grassland Sites to Nitro- 
gen Fertilization: I. Plant Growth and Water 

Use, 

W80-06488 1324 21 

Evapotranspiration From Vegetative Surfaces in 

Maine, 

W80-06707 1324 2D 

Evapotranspiration Studies on Themeda Trian- 
dra Forsk. Under Field Conditions (Evapotran- 
spirasie-Studies OP Themeda Triandra Forsk. 
Onder Veldtoestande), 
W80-06718 1324 2D 

Estimating Water Used by Irrigated Corn in 

West Central Minnesota, 

W80-0684O 1324 3F 

EVAPOTRANSPIRATION CONTROL 

Vegetation Management for Water Yield Im- 
provement in the Colorado River Basin, 
W80-01164 1303 4A 

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Chlorinated Pes- 
ticides in Soils of the Everglades National Park 
and Adjacent Agricultural Areas, 
W80-00618 1302 5A 



Record Torrential Rainstorms on the Island of 

Hawaii, January-February 1979, 

W80-03475 1310 2B 



Unusual Rainfalls in Illinois, 
W80-06379 



1321 2B 



EVOLUTION 

The Estuary Revisited, 
W80-O4505 



1314 2L 



EXCAVATION 

Ground Water Control to the Rescue: Two Case 

Histories, 

W80-02648 1307 8H 

Deep Excavation in Puerto Rico is Dewatered, 
W80-04944 1315 8B 

EXCAVATIONS 

Ground Freezing for Support of Open Excava- 
tions, 
W80-01529 1304 2G 

EXCESSIVE PRECIPITATION 

Secondary Permeability as a Possible Factor in 
the Origin of Debris Avalanches Associated 
with Heavy Rainfall, 
WSO-03048 1309 2B 



EXCHANGE COEFFICIENTS 

Rate of Loss of Ammonia from Water to the 

Atmosphere, 

W80-00075 1301 2K 

EXCREMENT 

Microbial Impact of Canada Geese (Branta Can- 
adensis) and Whistling Swans (Cygnus Colum- 
bianus Columbianus) on Aquatic Ecosystems, 
W80-03794 1311 5B 

EXE RIVER (ENGLAND) 

The Spatial Dimension in the Interpretation of 

Stream Solute Behaviour, 

W80-06203 1320 2K 

EXPANSIVE CLAYS 

Landslide-Prone Soils of Southwestern Pennsyl- 
vania, 
W80-03190 1309 2G 

Field Measurement of Soil Hydraulic Properties 
Characterizing Water Movement Through 
Swelling Clay Soils, 
W80-03935 1312 2G 

The Swelling of Clay: II. Montmorillonites, 
W80-06835 1324 2G 

EXPERIMENTAL FACILITIES 

Utilization of Natural Ecosystems for 

Wastewater Renovation, 

W80-04188 1312 5D 

EXPERIMENTAL FARMS 

Environmental Factors in Application of Liquid 
Sludge to Upstate New York Farmlands, 
W80-06564 1324 5E 

EXPERIMENTAL FORMS 

Corn Response to Ammoniacal Nitrogen Under 

Varying Levels of Magnesium and Potassium 

Fertility, 

W80-04871 1315 3F 

EXPERIMENTAL LAKES AREA 

A Relation Between Lake Morphometry and 
Primary Productivity and Its Use in Interpreting 
Whole-Lake Eutrophication Experiments, 
W80-02462 1307 5C 

EXPERIMENTS 

Water Column Death and Decomposition of 

Phytoplankton: An Experimental and Modeling 

Review, 

W80-00206 1301 2H 

Removal of Mercury in Industrial Wastewater 
Application of Thiourea Type Chelate Resin, 
W80-01650 1305 5D 

A Mechanism for Biological Denitrification in 

Aerated Lagoon System, 

W80-01670 1305 5D 

Compositing of Centrifuged Sludge Cake, 
W80-01672 1305 5C 

EXPLOITATION 

Exploitation of Fishery Resources in Lake Bala- 
ton, 
W80-02488 1307 6G 

EXPLORATION 

Groundwater Exploration and Development 

Techniques, 

W80-01836 1305 2F 

Dowsing Achieves New Credence, 

W80-03432 1310 7B 



Sources and Characteristics of Liquid Process 

Wastes from Arctic Offshore Hydrocarbon Ex- 
ploration, 

W80-03898 1311 5C 

Dowsers Wield Weird Wands: Is It Science, Art 

or Magic, 

W80-04522 1314 7B 

Gravity Geophysical Delineation of Buried 
Channel Aquifers in the Dissected Till Plains of 
Northern Missouri, 
W80-05463 1317 6A 

The Eastern Arctic Marine Environmental 

Study Program, 

W80-05510 1317 5C 

Potential Schemes for Offshore Labrador Year 

Round Production, 

W80-05579 1317 5C 

Spectral Wave Forecast Analysis and Operation- 
al Evaluation for Offshore Labrador Oil Explo- 
ration, 
W80-05580 1317 5C 

Hazards Analysis on the Atlantic Outer Conti- 
nental Shelf, 
W80-05581 1317 5B 

EXPLOSIVES 

An Approach to the Toxicological Evaluation 
of a Complex Industrial Wastewater, 
W80-02117 1306 5A 

EXPORT 

Fresh Water Export by Oil Tankers, 
W80-02769 1308 6C 

EXTENSOMETERS 

Measuring Local Subsidence with Extenso- 

meters in the Baton Rouge Area, Louisiana, 

1975-79, 

W80-06581 1324 2r 

EXTERNALITIES 

A Determination of the Optimal Price of Unde- 

pletable Externalities, 

W80-02144 1306 6C 

EXTRATROPICAL CYCLONES 

The Response of Coastal Winds at Albatross 
Banks, Lower Cook Inlet, and Hinchinbrook 
Entrance to a Passing Synoptic Disturbance - 
Preliminary Analysis, 
W80-05348 1316 5 A 

FACIES (SEDIMENTARY) 

Outcrop Study of a Complex Sand Aquifer to 
Aid in the Interpretation of Subsurface Data, 
W80-01260 1304 2F 

FACILITIES 

Evaluation of Membrane Processes and Their 

Role in Wastewater Reclamation, 

W80-05105 1316 5D 

Energy Facility Siting in the Urban Coastal 

Zone: Compatible or Not, 

W80-05365 1316 6E 

Unresolved Issues of Coastal Zone Management, 
W80-05368 1316 6E 

Draft Environmental Assessment Desalting 

Demonstration Plant, Alamogordo, New 

Mexico. 

W80-O67O2 1324 3 A 

Draft Environmental Assessment Desalting 
Demonstration Plant, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
W80-06703 1324 3 A 

Aquaculture in a Solar Greenhouse, 
W80-06730 1324 81 



SU 140 



SUBJECT INDEX 



FECUNDITY 



FACTOR ANALYSIS 

Factor Analysis of Temporal and Spatial Pat- 
terns of Multicellular Green Freshwater Algae, 
W80-02520 1307 5C 

FAILURE (MECHANICS) 

Well Maintenance Programs Can Prevent Fail- 
ures, 
W80-05084 1315 8 A 

FAILURES 

Emergencies in Water Delivery, 

W80-01001 1303 7A 

FAIRBANKS (ALASKA) 
Arsenic, Nitrate, Iron, and Hardness in Ground 
Water, Chena Ridge Vicinity, Fairbanks Area, 
Alaska, 
W80-04862 1315 5B 

FALL RIVER (CA) 
Analysis of Structural and Nonstructural Flood 
Control Measures Using Computer Program 
HEC-5C, 

W80-04772 1314 6A 

FALLOUT 

Direct Observations of Aerosols Attached to 

Falling Snow Crystals, 

W80-O0O80 1301 2C 

The Environmental Transport of Lead and Cad- 
mium, 
W80-03914 1312 5B 

Fallout Plutonium in an Alkaline, Saline Lake, 
W80-04306 1313 2H 

The Interpretation of Tritium in the Chalk Un- 
saturated Zone, 
W80-04621 1314 2F 

Reactor-Released Radionuclides and Fine- 
Grained Sediment Transport and Accumulation 
Patterns in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey and Adja- 
cent Shelf Waters, 
W80-05130 1316 5B 

Atmospheric Long Range Transport of Lead to 

Denmark, 

W80-05482 1317 2B 

FARM LAGOONS 

Manure Spills May Be Threat to Water Supplies. 
W80-05624 1317 5B 

FARM MANAGEMENT 

Water, Food, and Fiber, 

W80-00455 1302 3F 

Conservation Bench Terraces for Rice in a Sub- 
humid Climate, 
W80-OO595 1302 3F 

Internalizing Externalities of Phosphorus Dis- 
charges from Crop Production to Surface 
Water: Effluent Taxes Versus Uniform Reduc- 
tions, 
W80-02458 1307 6B 

On-Farm Water Management Improvement Pro- 
grams, 
W80-02864 1308 3F 

The Transport and Oxygen Demand of Organic 
Carbon Released to Runoff from Crop Residues, 
W80-04226 1313 5B 

Potential Pollutants from Agriculture-An As- 
sessment of the Problem and Possible Control 
Approaches, 
W80-04228 1313 5B 

Planting Wheel Traffic Effects on Interrow 

Runoff and Infiltration, 

W80-04641 1314 2G 



FARM PONDS 

Introduction to the Ecology of Fishpond Littor- 
als, 
W80-01210 1304 2H 

General Characteristics of the Trebon Basin and 

Lednice Region, 

W80-01211 1304 2H 



Higher Plant Communities, 
W80-01212 



1304 21 



Algal Populations Related to Different Macro- 

phyte Communities, 

W80-01213 1304 21 

Aerial Photography and Mapping of Fishpond 

Vegetation, 

W80-01214 1304 21 

Animal Populations in Fishpond Littorals, 
W80-01215 1304 21 

Microclimate in Fishpond Littoral Ecosystems, 
W80-01218 1304 2H 

A Consideration of Trophic Dynamics in Some 

Tallgrass Prairie Farm Ponds, 

W80-05025 1315 5C 

FARM WASTES 

Physical Condition of a Davidson Clay Loam 
after Five Years of Heavy Poultry Manure Ap- 
plications, 
W8O-O062O 1302 2G 

Runoff Control Comparisons for Commercial 

Beef Cattle Feedlots, 

W80-01851 1305 5G 

Simulation of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Leach- 
ing from Poultry Manure, 
W80-03181 1309 5B 

Quality of Runoff from Land Receiving Surface 

Application and Injection of Liquid Dairy 

Manure, 

W80-03443 1310 5B 

Proximity of Agricultural Areas to Major 

Aquifers in Connecticut, 

W80-03480 1310 7C 

A Nonpoint Source Model for Land Areas Re- 
ceiving Animal Wastes: III. A Conceptual 
Model for Sediment and Manure Transport, 
W80-04515 1314 5B 

A Nonpoint Source Model for Land Areas Re- 
ceiving Animal Wastes: IV. Model Inputs and 
Verification for Sediment and Manure Trans- 
port, 
W80-04516 1314 5B 

Development of Animal Waste Facilities for 

Minimizing Water Pollution, 

W80-O4811 1315 5E 

Experiments in Recycling Swine Manure in 

Fishponds, 

W80-05333 1316 5C 

Effect of Grass Buffer Zone Length in Reducing 
the Pollution From Land Application Areas, 
W80-06622 1324 5G 

FAST ICE 

Fast Ice Thickness and Snow Depth Relation- 
ships Related to Oil Entrapment Potential, Prud- 
l.oe Bay, Alaska, 
W80-05506 1317 5C 

Study of Climatic Effects on Fast Ice Extent and 

its Seasonal Decay Along the Beaufort-Chukchi 

Coasts, 

W80-05518 1317 5C 



FAULTS (GEOLOGIC) 

Structural Controls of Hot-Spring Systems in 

Southwestern Montana, 

W80-03760 1311 1A 

Shallow Faulting, Bottom Instability, and Move- 
ment of Sediment in Lower Cook Inlet and 
Western Gulf of Alaska, 
W80-05594 1317 2 J 

Faulting, Sediment Instability, Erosion, and 

Deposition Hazards of the Norton Basin Sea 

Floor, 

W80-05595 1317 2J 

FEASIBILITY 

Palm Oil Waste Treatment by Aerobic Process, 
W80-01654 1305 5D 

Industrial Wastewater Treatment Process Using 

Granular Activated Carbon, 

W80-01659 1305 5D 



Wetland Rehabilitation, 
W80-02287 



1306 4 A 



Feasibility Study of a Numerical Tow Model, 
W80-03562 1310 8B 

Denitrification in Wetlands as a Means of Water 

Quality Improvement, 

W80-06507 1324 5D 

FEASIBILITY STUDIES 

Water Reuse of Wastewater from a Poultry 

Processing Plant, 

W80-00142 1301 5D 

Reuse of Fermentation Brines in the Cucumber 

Pickling Industry, 

W80-00251 1301 5D 

Aircraft Industry Wastewater Recycling, 
W8O-0O255 1301 5D 

Ocean Outfall Wastewater Disposal Feasibility 

and Planning. 

W80-01402 1304 5E 

Preliminary Report: Water System Improve- 
ments, City of Lewisburg, West Virginia. 
W80-02878 1308 6D 

A Preliminary Feasibility Study to Irrigate 
Western Umatilla and Northeastern Morrow 
Counties, Oregon. 
W80-05017 1315 6G 

FEATHER RIVER (CA) 

Data Compilation of Periphyton Colonized on 
Artificial Substrates Placed in the Sacramento 
and Feather Rivers, California, 1975, 
W80-00223 1301 6G 

FECAL COLIFORMS 

Sediment Bacteria as a Water Quality Indicator 

in the Lynnhaven Estuary, 

W80-05467 1317 5 A 

FECAL PELLETS 

The Role of Zooplankton Fecal Pellets in the 
Sedimentation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydro- 
carbons in Dabob Bay, Washington, 
W80-03220 1309 5 A 

FECAL STREPTOCOCCI 

Sediment Bacteria as a Water Quality Indicator 

in the Lynnhaven Estuary, 

W80-05467 1317 5 A 

FECUNDITY 

Why Do Large Zooplankton Species Dominate., 
W80-02535 1307 5C 

Fecundity and Body Size of Planktic Rotifers in 
30 Polish Lakes of Various Trophic State, 
W80-04451 1313 5C 



SU-141 



SUBJECT INDEX 



FEDERAL COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT ACT 

FEDERAL COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT 
ACT 

Integrated Planning for Water Quality Manage- 
ment: The Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
Amendments of 1972 and Coastal Zone Manage- 
ment, 
W8O-03581 1310 6E 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 

Fisheries in Lake Restoration, 

W 80-0 1461 1304 5G 



The Federal role in Wetland Protection: An 

Overview, 

W80-02270 1306 6E 

Wetland Protection Programs of the U.S. Fish 

and Wildlife Service, 

W80-02271 1306 6E 

Corps of Engineers Efforts Related to Wetland 

Protection, 

W80-02275 1306 6E 

EPA's Wetland Related Programs, 

W80-02276 1306 6E 

Wetland Development, An Alternative, 
W80-02277 1306 6A 



Legal and Political Issues, 
W80-02283 



1306 6E 



Rural Water: State-Federal Relationships, 
W80-03128 1309 6E 



Nationalizing Lake Tahoe. 
W80-03419 



1310 6E 



Blue Lake: A Struggle for Indian Rights, 
W80-04578 1314 6E 

Notes on Sedimentation Activities Calendar 

Year 1978. 

W80-04882 1315 10C 

State Control of Oil Pollution: Legislating in the 

Twilight Zone, 

W 80-05068 1315 6E 

Coastal Zone Management: The First Five 

Years and Beyond, 

W80-05366 1316 6E 

A Petroleum Industry Perspective on Federal 

Coastal Zone Management, 

W80-05367 1316 6E 

Plans for Water Data Acquisition by Federal 
Agencies Through Fiscal Year 1981. 
W80-05716 1318 6B 

OCS Developmen: A New Law and a New 

Beginning, 

W80-05901 1318 6E 

Federal Non-Reserved Water Rights, 
W80-05908 1318 6E 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS 

Coastal Zone Management - A Federal Perspec- 
tive, 

W80-04583 1314 6E 

FEDERAL JURISDICTION 

The Federal Reserved Rights Doctrine - from 

1866 Through Eagle County, 

W80-03777 1311 6E 

Federal Jurisdiction and Federal Common Law 
- Environmental Law - Public Nuisance Suits 
Concerning Interstate Water Pollution-Illinois 
V. City of Milwaukee, 406, U.S. 91 (1972), 
W80-05079 1315 6E 

The Enforcement of Consistency in Hawaiian 

Water Rights: An Introduction to Robinson v. 

Ariyoshi, 

W80-05513 1317 6E 



FEDERAL LAWS 

Water Supply Regionalization: A Critical Evalu- 
ation, 
W80-01684 1305 4A 

FEDERAL LEGISLATION 

The Evolution of Water Quality Management, 

Part 3, 

W80-04303 1313 6E 

FEDERAL PROJECT POLICY 

The Quiet Before the Shootout Over 'The Water 

Law of the West', 

W80-00360 1301 6E 

The Pyramid Lake-Newlands Project Contro- 
versy, 1903-1926, 
W80-03917 1312 6B 

NOAA's Marine Sanctuary Program, 
W80-04485 1313 6E 

The Enforcement of Federal Reclamation Law 

in the Westlands Water District: A Broken 

Promise, 

W80-04790 1314 6E 

The Rainbow Bridge Case and Reclamation 

Projects in Reserved Areas, 

W80-05092 1315 6E 

Guidelines: the Use of Cultural Resource Infor- 
mation in Water Resource Environmental 
Impact Reports, 
W80-05807 1318 6B 

FEDERAL RECLAMATION LAW 

Reclamation Policy and the Water Subsidy, an 
Analysis of the Distributional Consequences of 
Emerging Policy Choices, 
W80-02455 1307 6B 

Reborn Federalism in Western Water Law: The 

New Melones Dam Decision, 

W80-03795 1311 6E 

Breathing New Life into Section 8 of the 1902 
Reclamation Act: California V. United States, 
W80-03814 1311 6E 

State Control Over Federal Reclamation Pro- 
jects, 
W80-03823 1311 6E 

Owner Eligibility Restrictions - Acreage and 

Residency, 

W80-03883 1311 6E 

Litigation of the Reclamation Law in the Impe- 
rial Valley: Who Has Standing to Challenge 
Which Law, 
W80-03888 1311 3F 

The Enforcement of Federal Reclamation Law 

in the Westlands Water District: A Broken 

Promise, 

W80-04790 1314 6E 

Turn This Water Into Gold The Story of the 

Newlands Project, 

W80-05328 1316 6E 

FEDERAL RESERVATIONS 

Response to GAO Water Report. 

W80-00372 1301 6E 

Water Rights: The Issue and the Courts, 
W80-00376 1301 6E 

National Water Policy in the Wake of United 

States v. New Mexico, 

W80-05397 1316 6E 



Aboriginal Water Rights, 
W80-05398 



1316 6E 



Considerations and Conclusions Concerning the 
Transferability of Indian Water Rights, 
W80-05399 1316 6E 



FEDERAL-STATE WATER RIGHTS COM 1 HI 
The Federal Reserved Rights Doctrine - from 
1866 Through Eagle County, 
W80-03777 1311 6E 

FEDERAL-STATE WATER RIGHTS 
CONFLICTS 

Sea Changes and the American Republic, 
W80-00383 1301 6E 

The Stanislaus River Drainage Basin and the 

New Melones Dam: Historical Evolution of 
Water Use Priorities, 

W 80-00999 1303 6E 

Federal Acquisition of Non-Reserved Water 

Rights After New Mexico, 

W 80-0 1548 1304 6E 

Oil and Gas Operation in the Atlantic Outer 
Continental Shelf: An Overview of the Regula- 
tory and Litigation-Related Constraints to De- 
velopment, 
W80-01556 1304 6E 

Management of Water Resources - A Co-Opera- 
tive Game-Theoretic Approach to Inter-State 
Problems, 
W 80-03 142 1309 6A 

Public Water Supplies: The Effect of Federal 
and Tennessee Water Resource Law, 
W80-03601 1311 6E 

Reborn Federalism in Western Water Law: The 

New Melones Dam Decision, 

W80-03795 1311 6E 

Breathing New Life into Section 8 of the 1902 
Reclamation Act: California V. United States, 
W80-03814 1311 6E 

State Control Over Federal Reclamation Pro- 
jects, 
W80-03823 1311 6E 

Newfoundland's Claim to Offshore Mineral Re- 
sources: An Overview of the Legal Issues, 
W80-04150 1312 6E 

No Water for the Woods: A Critical Analysis of 

United States v. New Mexico, 

W 80-04477 1313 6E 

Coastal Zone Management and Excluded Feder- 
al Lands: The Viability of Continued Federalism 
in the Management of Federal Coastlands, 
W80-04482 1313 6E 

The Winters Doctrine on Reserved Water 
Rights in Idaho: Avondale Irrigation District V. 
North Idaho Properties, Inc., 
W80-04486 1313 6E 

New Mexico's National Forests and the Implied 

Reservation Doctrine, 

W80-04989 1315 6E 

Pollution: International Conventions, Federal 

and State Legislation, 

W80-05072 1315 6E 

Wrestling With Water Quantification in Western 

States, 

W80-05091 1315 6E 

Some Legal Issues in the Coastal Zone Manage- 
ment Act: Grant-In-Aid Aspects - Part One, 
W80-O5O95 1315 6E 

Managing a Limited Resource: The Political 
Constraints on Water Policy in the Four- 
Corners States, 
W80-05370 1316 6E 

Comments on 'Federal Reserved Water Rights', 
W80-05375 1316 6E 



SU-142 



SUBJECT INDEX 



FEEDING RATES 



A Real Live Problem or Two for the Waning 

Energies of Frank J. Trelease, 

W80-05376 1316 6E 

National Water Policy in the Wake of United 

States v. New Mexico, 

W80-05397 1316 6E 

Federal Water Projects: After California V. 
United States, What Rights Do the State and 
Federal Governments have in the Water, 
W80-05891 1318 6E 

Water for Non-Indians on the Reservation: 
Checkerboard Ownership and Checkerboard Ju- 
risdiction, 
W80-05909 1318 6E 

United States V. New Mexico and the Course of 

Federal Reserved Water Rights, 

W80-05915 1318 6E 

FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL 
ACT 

Status of EPA's Effluent Guidelines for the 

Food Industry, 

W80-00117 1301 6E 

Water Quality Management Accomplishments 

Compendium I. 

W80-OO242 1301 6E 



Air and Water Pollution Policy, 
W80-00380 



1301 6E 



Implementation Strategies for Public Law 92- 

500, Section 208, 

W80-00524 1302 6E 

Integration of Residual Waste Management with 

Water Quality Management, 

W8O-O0526 1302 6E 

Integrated Planning and Water Quality Manage- 
ment: The Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
Amendments of 1972 and Coastal Zone Manage- 
ment, 
W80-00527 1302 6E 

Assessment of the Economic and Social Implica- 
tion of Water Quality Improvements on Public 
Swimming, 
W80-01314 1304 6B 

Spilling Oil May Be Hazardous to Your Wealth, 
W80-01562 1304 6E 

The Control of Toxic Pollutants Under the Fed- 
eral Water Pollution Control Act Amendments 
of 1972, 
W80-01567 1304 6E 

An Analysis of Section 208 of the FWPCA 
Amendments of 1972 and a Suggested Model 
Surface Water Runoff Ordinance, 
W80-01572 1304 6E 

The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination 

System in Illinois: The State Assumes Direct 

Authority, 

W80-01577 1304 6E 

Environmental Financing Litigation, 
W80-02453 1307 6E 

Putting Ourselves in our Place, 

W80-02774 1308 2H 

Achieving the 1983 Water Quality Goals, 
W80-02775 1308 9D 

The Future of the Clean Lakes Program, 
W80-02786 1308 6B 

U.S. Corporate Response to Environmental Ob- 
jectives, 
W80-03412 1310 6E 

Liability for Oil Pollution - United States Law, 
W80-03667 1311 6E 



Will Judicial Error Allow Industrial Point 
Sources to Avoid BPT and Perhaps BAT Later. 
A Story of Good Intentions, Bad Dictum, and 
Ugly Consequences, 
W80-03885 1311 6E 

Liability Without Fault Under the Federal 

Water Pollution Control Act, 

W80-03971 1312 6E 

The Evolution of Water Quality Management, 

Part 3, 

W80-04303 1313 6E 

A Recipe for Bad Water: Welfare Economics 

and Nuisance Law Mixed Well, 

W80-04469 1313 6E 

Impact of the 1977 Clean Water Act Amend- 
ments on Industrial Dischargers, 
W80-04487 1313 6E 

The Emergency Powers in the Environmental 
Protection Statutes: A Suggestion for a Unified 
Emergency Provision, 
W80-04496 1313 6E 

Enforcing the Federal Water Resource Servi- 
tude on Submerged and Riparian Lands, 
W80-04781 1314 6E 

Federal Environmental Litigation in 1976: The 
Federal Water Pollution Control Act, 
W80-04783 1314 6E 

The Federal Water Pollution Control Act - In- 
dustrial Challenges to Effluent Limitations, 
W80-04792 1314 6E 

Federal Protection of Wetlands Through Legal 

Process, 

W80-O4796 1314 6E 

The Clean Water Act: Unexpected Impacts on 

Industry, 

W80-04914 1315 6E 

Judicial Review of EPA Action Under the Citi- 
zen Suit Provision, 
W80-04974 1315 6E 

Addition to the Annual Review of Significant 
Legislative, Administrative and Judicial Activi- 
ties During 1976: Water Quality Committee. 
W80-04978 1315 6E 

Judicial Review Under Federal Pollution Laws, 
W80-04996 1315 6E 



Environmental Law, 
W80-O4999 



1315 6E 



Federal Control of Wetlands: The Effectiveness 

of Corps' Regulations Under Section 404 of the 

FWPCA, 

W80-05O05 1315 6E 



Black-Listing the Polluters, 
W80-05067 



1315 6E 



Federal Water Pollution Control Act - The Fed- 
eral Government's Exclusive Remedy for Re- 
coupment of Oil Spill Cleanup Costs, 
W80-05073 1315 6E 

The Applicability of the Federal Pollution Acts 

to Indian Reservations: A Case for Tribal Self- 

Government, 

W80-05080 1315 6E 

Federal Control of Water Pollution - An Ounce 
of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure, 
W80-05374 1316 6E 

Ford Motor Company V. EPA: The Sixth Cir- 
cuit Muddies the Water in the Regulation of 
Pollution Control Methodology, 
W80-05888 1318 6E 



Implementing Section 208: What Does it Take - 
A Report on Growth Management and Water 
Quality Planning, 
W80-05889 1318 6E 

The Clean Water Act's Section 404 Permit Pro- 
gram Enters its Adolescence: An Institutional 
and Programmatic Perspective, 
W80-05897 1318 6E 

Effluent Fees, an Alternative System for 
Achieving Water Quality Standard in Alabama- 
Pilot Study, 
W80-06264 1320 6B 

FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL 
ACT AMENDMENTS 

Integrated Planning for Water Quality Manage- 
ment: The Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
Amendments of 1972 and Coastal Zone Manage- 
ment, 
W80-03581 1310 6E 

A Case Study in the Implementation of the 
Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amend- 
ments, 
W80-06259 1320 6E 

FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL 
ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1972 

Planning for Nonpoint Pollution Control in 

North Carolina, 

W80-04130 1312 5B 

FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL 
ACT OF 1972 

Coordinating Land and Water Use Planning for 

Sound Resource Management, 

W80-04761 1314 6E 

FEED LOTS 

Runoff Control Comparisons for Commercial 

Beef Cattle Feedlots, 

W80-01851 1305 5G 

Sizing Components on Open Feedlot Runoff- 
Control Systems, 
W80-01855 1305 5G 

Development of Animal Waste Facilities for 

Minimizing Water Pollution, 

W80-O4811 1315 5E 

FEEDING RATES 

Effects of Kuwait Oils on Feeding Rates of 

Copepods, 

W80-00666 1302 5 A 

Influence of Starvation on Whitefish (Coregonus 

Lavaretus L.) Larvae, 

W80-01794 1305 81 

Impact of the Freshwater Sponge Spongilla La- 

custris on a Sphagnum Bog-Pond, 

W80-02523 1307 5C 

Feeding in the Rotifer Brachionus Calyciflorus 
(III). Direct Observations on the Effects of 
Food Type, Food Density, Change in Food 
Type and Starvation on the Incidence of Pseu- 
dotrochal Screening, 
W80-02526 1307 5C 

Incorporation Rates of Simocephaslus Vetulus 
Schoedler as Influenced by Food Size, 
W80-02538 1307 5C 

Effects of Temperature and Food on Develop- 
mental times and Growth in Daphnia Obtusa 
Kurz and Simocephalus Vetulus (O. F. Muller) 
(Crustacea, Cladocera), 
W80-02990 1308 5 A 

Effects of Salinity on Vegetation Consumption 

and Growth in Grass Carp, 

W80-04395 1313 5A 



SU-143 



FEEDLOTS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



FEEDLOTS 

Regulation of Water Pollution from Agricultural 
Point Sources in Nebraska: Impact of the 
NPDES Permit Program on Feedlot Operations, 
W80-04925 1315 6E 

FEEDS 

Chemical Composition of Aquatic Macrophytes, 
I. Investigation of Organic Constituents and Nu- 
tritional Potential, 
W80-01352 1304 5C 

Algae Grown on Wastewater as a Source of 
Protein for Young Chickens and Rats, 
W80-03817 1311 3C 

Secondary Toxicology and Contaminants of 

Algae Grown on Wastewater, 

W80-03818 1311 3C 

FELDSEE 

Experimental Effects of Isoetes Lacustris L. on 

the Distribution of EH, pH, FE and MN in Lake 

Sediment, 

W80-02521 1307 5C 

FEN 
Fine Particulate Organic Carbon Output from 
Fens and its Effect on Benthic Macroinverte- 
brates, 
W80-01045 1303 5 A 

Vegetation and Nutrient Status of Northern 

Michigan Fens, 

W80-03523 1310 21 

Hydrological Features of a California Coastal 

Fen, 

W80-05310 1316 2H 

FENITROTHION 

Acephate and Fenitrothion Toxicity in Rainbow 
Trout: Effects of Temperature Stress and Inves- 
tigations on the Site of Action, 
W80-00823 1303 5A 

Effect of Organophosphate Insecticide 'Owado- 
fos Plynny-50' (Fenitrothion) on Bioelectric 
Changes in Cardiac Muscle of Eel, Anguilla 
Anguilla L., 
W80-04416 1313 5C 

FENPROPANATE 

Toxicity of Four Synthetic Pyrethroid Insecti- 
cides to Rainbow Trout, 
W80-00837 1303 5 A 

FENS 

Vegetation and Nutrient Status of Northern 

Michigan Fens, 

W80-01123 1303 5C 

Small Rodents, Their Habitats, and the Effects 
of Flooding at Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire, 
W80-05644 1317 21 

Peat Depth of Sierra Nevada Fens, and Profile 
Changes from 1958 to 1972 in Mason Fen, 
W80-05666 1317 2H 

Peat Wastage in the East Anglian Fens, 
W80-05681 1317 4C 

FENVALERATE 

Toxicity of Four Synthetic Pyrethroid Insecti- 
cides to Rainbow Trout, 
W80-00837 1 303 5A 

FERMENTATION 

Reuse of Brines in Commercial Cucumber Fer- 
mentations, 
WXO-00128 1301 5D 

Reduction of Wastes from Cucumber Pickle 
Processing by Use of the Controlled Culture 
Fermentation Process, 
W 80-00 139 1301 5D 



FERNS 

The Detection of Mutagenic Pollutants in 
Aquatic and Marine Environments: Studies of 
the Millers River and Boston Harbor, 
W80-05541 1317 5C 

FERRIC CHLORIDE 

Nitrification-Denitrification of Wastewater 
Using a Single-Sludge System, Volume II, 
W80-02841 1308 5D 

FERRISBURG (VT) 
Planning Undeveloped Lakeshore: A Case 
Study on Lake Champlain, Ferrisburg, Vermont, 
W80-04760 1314 6B 

FERTILIZATION 

The Influence of Fertilization on Phytoplankton 

in Ponds with Varied Development of Biocoen- 

ose, 

W8O-O05O9 1302 5C 

General Concepts of Lake Degradation and 

Lake Restoration, 

W80-02787 1308 5C 

Addition of Nutrients to a Lake Leads to Great- 
ly Increased Catch of Salmon, 
W80-04114 1312 5C 

Post-War Land Drainage, Fertilizer Use and En- 
vironmental Impact in Northern Ireland, 
W80-04115 1312 4A 

FERTILIZERS 

Nutrient Limitation in Salt Marsh Vegetation, 
W80-00039 1301 21 

The Effect of Intense Fertilization on Migration 

of Nitrogen Compounds in Soil, 

W80-00508 1302 5C 

Nitrogen in Organic Matter and Fertilizer as a 

Source of Pollution, 

W80-01128 1303 5C 

The Influence of Nitrogen Fertilizers on Stream 

Nitrate Concentrations near Alliston, Ontario, 

Canada, 

W80-01130 1303 5C 

Public Information and Lake Eutrophication: A 
Case Study of Gull Lake in Southwestern Michi- 
gan, 
W80-01255 1304 5C 

Water Quality of Aquifers as Affectd by Move- 
ment of Fertilizer Nutrients under Irrigation, 
W80-01376 1304 5B 

Agricultural Management Practices to Effect 
Reductions in Runoff and Sediment Production. 
W80-01607 1305 4D 

Response of Water Sedge in the Growth Room 
to Fertilizer and Temperature Treatments, 
W80-01926 1305 2K 

Methods of Utilization of Waste Effluents from 
Mineral Fertilizers Plants in Carp Fry Cultures, 
W80-02078 1306 5 A 

Construction and Application of a Water Qual- 
ity Model for the Upper Blackfoot River Basin 
in the Caribou National Forest, Idaho, 
W80-04105 1312 6A 

Phosphorus in a Model Pond Study: I Sediment 

Selection and Preparation, 

W80-04343 1313 5C 

Fertilizer Nutrient Losses from Rangeland Wa- 
tersheds in Central Oklahoma, 
W80-04520 1314 5B 

Nitrogen Fertilizer Management of Vigorous 

Lemons and Nitrate-Pollution Potential of 

Groundwater, 

W80-05103 1316 5B 



Nutrient and Coliform Losses inRunoff from 
Fertilized and Sewage Sludge-Treated Soil, 
W80-06109 1319 5B 



Water Weed Uses, 
W80-06234 



1320 21 



Studies to Assess the Fate of Nitrogen Applied 

to Turf: Part I, 

W80-06365 1321 5A 

FIA LAND USE CRITERIA 

An Assessment of Some Economic Effects of 
Fia Land Use Requirements on Urban Coastal 
Zone Development, 
W80-01381 1304 6F 

FIBERS 

Chemical Composition of Aquatic Macrophytes, 
I. Investigation of Organic Constituents and Nu- 
tritional Potential, 
W80-01352 1304 5C 



FIBERS (PLANT) 

Water, Food, and Fiber, 
W80-00455 



1302 3F 



FIBREGLASS REINFORCED PLASTIC PAN 

Performance of a F.R.P. Pan Evaporimeter, 
W80-01829 1305 2D 

FIBRILS 

Survey of Some Canadian Lakes for the Pres- 
ence of Ultrastructurally Discrete Particles in 
the Colloidal Size Range, 
W80-01037 1303 5A 

FICKS LAW 

The Diffusion and Nonequilibrium Thermody- 
namic Equations of Water Vapor in Soils Under 
Temperature Gradients, 
W80-01266 1304 2G 

FIELD MEASUREMENTS 

Field Measurement of Soil Hydraulic Properties 
Characterizing Water Movement Through 
Swelling Clay Soils, 
W80-03935 1312 2G 

FILTER COEFFICIENT 

Simulation and Process Design of Deep Bed 

Filtration, 

W80-01661 1305 5D 

FILTER STERILIZED WASTEWATER 

Wastewater Recycling: Development of Plant 

Disease in an Old Field Ecosystem, 

W80-04805 1315 3C 

FILTERS 

Nitrogen Removal from Secondary Effluent Ap- 
plied to a Soil-Turf Filter, 
W80-00274 1301 5F 

Synthetic Drain Envelope-Soil Interactions, 
W80-02907 1308 4D 

Removal of Bacteriophage Escherichia coli Tl 
by Sand Columns Using Ca(2 + ) as a Filter Aid, 
W80-05811 1318 5F 



Water Screen, 
W80-06456 



1324 5G 



FILTRATION 

Overview of Physical-Chemical Treatment, 
W80-00098 1301 5D 

Treatment of Concentrated Waste Waters Con- 
taining Oil Emulsions, 
W80-00111 1301 5D 

Advanced Wastewater Treatment for an Organ- 
ic Chemicals Manufacturing Complex, 
W80-00112 1301 5D 

Effluent Polishing and Wastewater Reuse at 

Snokist Growers Cannery, 

W80-OOII8 1301 5D 



SU 144 



SUBJECT INDEX 



FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS 



Treatment of Packinghouse Wastewater by Sand 

Filtration, 

W80-OO129 1301 5D 

Economic Return on Pollution Control Expend- 
itures for the Pickled Food Industry, 
W80-00131 1301 5D 

Improved Biological Treatment of Food Proc- 
essing Wastes with Two-Stage ABF Process, 
W80-O0133 1301 5D 

Operation and Control of Water Purification 

Plants, Part II, 

W8O-0O262 1301 5E 

Pressure Filters for Specialised Wastewater 

Treatment. 

W80-00264 1301 5D 

Richards Bay Mzingazi Water Purification 

Works, 

W80-O0268 1301 5F 

Removal of Naturally Occurring Manganese 
from Alabama Waters by Rapid Sand Filtration 
Using Calcium as aFilter Aid, 
W80-01205 1304 5F 

Method for Denitrification of Treated Sewage, 
W80-01476 1304 5D 

Trace Metal Ion Filtration Losses at pH 5 and 7, 
W8O-026O0 1307 5 A 

The Effects of Calcium, Alum and pH on the 
Removal of Naturally Occurring Manganese by 
Rapid Sand Filtration, 
W80-02767 1308 5F 

Advanced Wastewater Treatment Technology 

in Canada (1979), 

W80-02842 1308 5D 



Financing Stormwater Projects, 
W8O-O0O66 



1301 4A 



Liquid Treatment Apparatus, 
W80-03585 



1310 5G 



Selection and Use of Polymers in Contact Filtra- 
tion, 
W80-04018 '1312 5F 



Filtration Method, 
W80-05979 



1318 5D 



Closed-Cycle Textile Dyeing: Full Scale Hyper- 
filtration Demonstration (Design), 
W80-06273 1320 5D 

Volumes of Sea Water Filtered Through East- 
ern Cape Sandy Beaches, 
W80-06722 1324 2G 

Aquaculture in a Solar Greenhouse, 
W80-06730 1324 81 

FILTRATION MEDIA 

Upflow Anaerobic Filter: A Simple Sewage 

Treatment Device, 

W80-01667 1305 5D 

FTN EROSION 

Correlation Between Cadmium Concentration in 
the Water and Tissue Residue Levels in Dab, 
Limanda Limanda L., and Plaice, Pleuronectes 
Platessa L., 
W80-04407 1313 5 A 

FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY 

Financial Statement Modeling: Analyzing the 

Pollution-Control Tax Incentive, 

W80-03850 1311 6B 

Obstacles to Geothermal Development, 
W80-04983 1315 5C 

FINANCING 

Financing Storm Water Control Projects, 
W80-O0O65 1301 4A 



Drinking Water Supply - A Field for UNICEF 

Assistance. 

W80-00420 1302 5D 

Water for Domestic Use in Rural Areas - Thai- 
land, 
W80-00448 1302 6D 

Swedish Policy for Water Quality Protection, 
W80-0O454 1302 6E 

Water Resources and the Nation's Water 

Supply: Issues and Concerns, 

W80-O0542 1302 6B 

Financing Your Pollution Control Needs, 
W80-03145 1309 6C 

FINDLY LAKE (WA) 

Carotenoid Photoprotection in Diaptomus 

Kenai, 

W80-02549 1307 5C 

FINFISH 

Thermal Resistance Characteristics of Early Life 

History Stages of Finfish from Long Island 

Waters, 

W80-05863 1318 5C 

FINITE DIFFERENCE ANALYSIS 

Calculation of Strongly Curved Open Channel 

Flow, 

W80-02696 1307 2E 

Three-Dimensional Seepage Through a Homo- 
geneous Dam, 
W80-04215 1313 2F 

FINITE DIFFERENCE METHOD 

Evaluation of a Digital Model for Estuarine 

Water Quality Simulation in Waste Allocation 

Studies, 

W80-00761 1302 5B 

Approximate Flood Routing Methods: A 
Review, 

W80-04208 1313 2E 

FINITE-DIFFERENCE TECHNIQUES 

Finite-Difference Model to Simulate the Areal 
Flow of Salt Water and Fresh Water Separated 
by an Interface, 
W80-06356 1321 2F 

FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS 

Modeling Groundwater Flow Fields Containing 

Point Singularities: A Technique for Singularity 

Removal, 

W80-00609 1302 2F 

A Galerkin in Time, Linearized Finite Element 
Model of 2-Dimensional Unsaturated Porous 
Media Drainage, 
W8O-O0753 1302 2G 

Finite Element Model of 2-D Stratified Flow, 
W80-02911 1308 2L 

Development of Generalized Free Surface Flow 
Models Using Finite Element Techniques, 
W80-03201 1309 2H 

Groundwater Basin Modeling Using the Finite 
Element Method - Yolo County Case Study, 
W80-03904 1312 6A 

Three-Dimensional Seepage Through a Homo- 
geneous Dam, 
W80-04215 1313 2F 

A Finite-Element Model for Concurrent Con- 
fined-Unconfined Zones in an Aquifer, 
W80-04619 1314 2F 

Finite Element Method for Direct Runoff Flow, 
W80-04832 1315 2E 



Flow Nets by the Finite Element Method, 
W80-05058 1315 7C 

A Two-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Model of a 

Tidal Estuary, 

W80-05449 1317 2L 

Documentation of a Finite-Element Two-Layer 
Model for Simulation of Ground-Water Flow, 
W80-05702 1318 2F 

A Spatially Responsive Hydrologic Model to 
Predict Erosion and Sediment Transport, 
W80-06159 1319 2 J 

Finite Elements in Water Resources, Volume 1. 
W80-06858 1324 2A 

Analysis of a Finite Element Algorithm for Nu- 
merical Predictions in Water Resources Re- 
search, 
W80-06861 1324 2E 

Boundary Methods in Water Resources, 

W 80-06862 1324 2E 

Finite Element Models for Unsaturated Ground- 
water Zones, 
W80-06865 1324 2F 

A Kringing-Finite Element Iterative Model for 
the Evaluation of Aquifer Characteristics, 
W80-06872 1324 2F 

Darcy and Forchheimer Flows Towards Wells 

With Storage in Confined and Semi-Confined 

Aquifers, 

W80-06873 1324 2F 

Seawater Intrusion in Continuous Coastal 

Aquifer-Aquitard Systems, 

W80-06878 1324 2L 

A Finite Element Solution of the One-Dimen- 
sional Diffusion-Convection Equation, 
W80-06890 1324 5B 

Effective and Highly Accurate Solution of Dif- 
fusion and Convection-Diffusion Problems 
Using Moving, Deforming Coordinates, 
W80-06891 1324 5B 

Identification of Parameters in a Convection- 
Diffusion Equation Using the Finite Element 
Method, 
W80-06892 1324 5B 

Some Considerations in Finite Element Solu- 
tions to Coupled Groundwater Flow and Con- 
vective-Dispersion Equations, 
W80-06893 1324 2L 

Finite Elements in Water Resources, Volume 2, 
W80-06894 1324 2 A 

Finite Element Approximations to Flow Prob- 
lems, 
W80-06895 1324 2 A 

Imcompressible Finite Element Methods for the 

Navier-Stokes Equations, 

W80-06896 1324 2 A 

Finite Element Computation of Turbulent 

Flows, 

W80-06897 1324 2E 

FEM Solution of the Navier-Stokes Equations 
for Vortex Shedding Behind ? Cylinder: Experi- 
ments With the Four-Node Element, 
W80-06898 1324 8B 

A Conforming Finite Element for the Analysis 
of Viscous Incompressible Fluid Flow, 
W80-06900 1324 8B 

A Hybrid Finite Element Model Applied to 

Unsteady Flow Problems, 

W80-06901 1324 8B 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



On the Accuracy of Finite Element Solutions of 
Navier-Stokes Equations Using a Velocity-Pres- 
sure Formulation, 
W80-06902 1324 2E 

Finite Element Methods in Two Layer and 

Multi-Leveled Flow Analysis, 

W80-06903 1324 2L 

A Simple Technique for the Analysis of Free 

Surface Flow Problems, 

W80-06904 1324 2G 

A Finite Element Solution for Depth-Averaged 
Two-Dimensional Navier-Stokes Equations for 
Flows in Rivers and Channels, 
W80-06905 1324 2E 

Finite Element Model for Open Channel Flow 

Near Critical Conditions, 

W80-06906 1324 2E 

The Open Boundary Value Problems in Ocean 

Dynamics by Finite Elements, 

W80-06907 1324 2L 

Finite Element-Fractional Steps Solution of the 

3-D Coastal Circulation Model, 

W80-06908 1324 2L 

Finite Element Analysis of Depth Varying Flow 

in Lakes and Coastal Regions, 

W80-06909 1324 2H 

Application of the Finite Element Method to 
Vertically Stratified Hydrodynamic Flow and 
Water Quality, 
W80-06910 1324 2H 

An Upwind Finite Element Formulation for 
Convection or Buoyancy Dominated Flows in 
Rivers, Bays and Estuaries, 
W80-06911 1324 2L 

Tidal Wave Analysis for Estuaries With Interti- 

dal Flats, 

W80-06912 1324 2L 

Application of the Finite Element Method to 

Periodic Tidal Computation, 

W80-06913 1324 2L 

Tidal Computation in the Elbe Estuary with a 

Coupled FE Model, 

W80-06914 1324 2L 

Numerical Methods for Tidal Propagation Ap- 
plied to a Hybrid Model of the Bay of Fundy, 
W80-06915 1324 2L 

Finite Element Computation of Some Tidal 

Spectral Components, 

W80-06916 1324 2L 

Simulation of Sharp Fronts in Two Dimensions 

With Finite Element Techniques, 

W80-06917 1324 2F 

Modeling of Short Waves Using the Finite Ele- 
ment Method, 
W80-06918 1324 2L 

Finite Element Analysis of Wave Transmission 

Through a Bell-Mouth Inlet, 

W80-06920 1324 2L 

Two-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis of 
the Hydraulic Effect of Highway Bridge Fills in 
a Complex Flood Plain, 
W80-06921 1324 2E 

A Finite Element Watershed Model to Predict 

Storm Hydrographs, Sediment Erosion and 

Transport, 

W80-06922 1 324 2A 

A Data Management System for Finite Element 

Sediment Transport Models, 

W80-O6923 1324 7C 



Reliable A-Posteriori Estimates and Adaptive 

Procedures for Solving Partial Differential 

Equations, 

W80-06925 1324 7C 

On Finite Element Analysis of Nonlinear Heat 

Transfer With Phase Changes, 

W80-06926 1324 2C 

Finite Element Analysis of Thermal Convection 

in Deep Ocean Sediments, 

W80-06927 1324 2L 

Convective Heat Transport in Merging Flows, 
W80-06928 1324 2E 

Water Drops and Packing Effects Inside Atmos- 
pheric Cooling Towers, 
W80-06929 1324 2D 

The Moving Interface Problem With Finite Ele- 
ment?, 
W80-06930 1324 2A 

On the Accuracy of Finite Element Solutions of 
Problems With Traction Boundary Conditions, 
W80-06931 1324 8A 

On the Construction of Compatible Elements 
With the Use of Generalized Parameters, 
W80-06932 1324 8 A 

Interactive Finite Element Mesh Generators for 

Flow Systems, 

W80-06933 1324 2E 

Elastic Grid Deformation for Moving Boundary 
Problems in Two Space Dimensions, 
W80-06934 1324 2F 

FINLAND 

Finnish Experiences in Water-Resources Plan- 
ning and Management Policy, 
W80-00451 1302 6A 

Experiences in Joint Administration of Border 

Watercourses, 

W80-00452 1302 6A 

Adaptation of the EPAECO Model to a Lake in 

Central Finland, 

W8O-O071O 1302 2L 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Plankton from the 

Turku Archipelago, 

W80-00861 1303 5A 

The Soil-Freezing Method for Large Tunnel 

Constructions, 

W80-01527 1304 8A 



Frost Protection of Railway Lines, 
W80-01534 



1304 2C 



Vertical Distribution of Fishes in One Lake 
Deep (Lake Kuusvesi, Central Finland), 
W80-01777 1305 5C 

Genetic Differentiation Between Vendace 

(Corrgonus Albula (L.)) Populations in Eastern 

Finland, 

W80-01793 1305 81 

Improvement of the Quality of Waste Pond Ef- 
fluents in Northern Areas by Chemical Pre- 
Precipitation, 
W80-04287 1313 5D 

FIRAT RIVER (TURKEY) 

Determining Operating Policies for a Water Re- 
source System, 
W80-06628 1324 4A 

FIRTH OF CLYDE (SCOTLAND) 

Factors Influencing Water Movements in the 

Firth of Clyde, 

W80-03369 1310 2L 



FISH 

Relationship of Vertebrate* to Salt Marsh Plants, 
W80-0O038 130) 21 

Emergency Aeration of Fish Ponds, 
W80-00192 1301 81 

Plants and Animals of the Estuary. 

W80-00300 1301 2L 



Estuarine Animals, 
W 80-00302 



1301 2L 



Can Planktovorous Fish Keep in Check Plank- 
tonic Crustacean Populations. A Test of Size- 
Efficiency Hypothesis in Typical Polish Lakes, 
W80-00505 1302 5C 

Water Quality in Channel Catfish Production 

Ponds, 

W80-00619 1302 5A 

Evidence of Argo Merchant Cargo Oil in 
Marine Biota by Glass Capillary GC Analysis, 
W80-01144 1303 5A 

The Effects of the Ekofisk Blowout on Hydro- 
carbon Residues in Fish and Shellfish, 
W80-01157 1303 5C 

Production of Reproductively Limited Grass 
Carp for Biological Control of Aquatic Weeds, 
W80-01254 1304 4A 

Benthic Macroinvertebrate and Fish as Biologi- 
cal Indicators of Water Quality, with Reference 
to Community Diversity Index, 
W80-01632 1305 5C 

Some Problems in finding Good Standards for 

Cooling Water, 

W80-01744 1305 5C 

Source and Level of Mercury in a New Im- 
poundment, 
W80-01813 1305 5B 

Stream Channel Modification in Hawaii. Part C: 
Tolerance of Native Stream Species to Observed 
Levels of Environmental Variability, 
W80-01911 1305 6G 

Stream Channel Modification in Hawaii, Part D: 

Summary Report, 

W80-01912 1305 6G 

Publicly Vested Values for Fish and Wildlife: 
Criteria in Economic Welfare and Interface with 
the Law, 
W80-02454 1307 6B 

Unique Characteristics of Ichthyofauna and 

Ichthyoparasites of Skadar Lake, 

W80-02492 1307 5C 

A Predation Model of Zooplankton Community 

Structure, 

W80-02541 1307 5C 

Enzyme Activities Following Chronic Exposure 
to Crude Oil in a Simulated Ecosystem. II: 
Striped Mullet, 
W80-03542 1310 5C 

The Acute Toxicity of Eleven Detergents to 
Fish: Results of an Interlaboratory Exercise, 
W 80-04341 1313 5C 

Baseline Studies of Fish and Shellfish Resources 

of Norton Sound and the Southeastern Chukchi 

Sea, 

W80-04422 1313 5C 

Demersal Fish and Shellfish Assessment in Se- 
lected Estuary Systems of Kodiak Island, 
W 80-0442 5 1313 5C 



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FISH DIETS 



An Environmental Study of the Origin, Distri- 
bution, and Bioaccumulation of Selenium in 
Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, 
W80-04672 1314 5B 

An Avoidance Response Bioassay for Aquatic 

Pollutants, 

W80-O48O6 1315 5C 

The Fish Community of Lake Superior, 
W80-05266 1316 5C 

Experiments in Recycling Swine Manure in 

Fishponds, 

W80-05333 1316 5C 

The Ecology of Aeromonas hydrophila in Albe- 
marle Sound, North Carolina, 
W80-05464 1317 5C 

Beaufort Sea Barrier Island-Lagoon Ecological 
Process Studies. Ecology of Fishes in Simpson 
Lagoon, Beaufort Sea, Alaska, 
W80-05529 1317 5C 

Habitats of Native Fishes in the Sacramento 

River Basin, 

W80-05613 1317 6G 

A Comparison of Methods and Instrumentation 
of Biological Early Warning Systems, 
W80-05858 1318 5C 

Delayed Behavioral Responses of the Balack- 
nose Dace (Rhinichthys Atratulus) to Chlora- 
mines and Free Chlorine, 
W80-06039 1319 5C 

Pelagic and Demersal Fish Assessment in the 

Lower Cook Inlet Estuary System, 

W80-06429 1321 5C 

Pelagic and Demersal Fish Assessment in the 
Lower Cook Inlet Estuary System - April 1976 - 
September 1977, 
W80-06430 1321 5C 

Shallow Water Fish Communities in the North- 
eastern Gulf of Alaska: Habitat Evaluation, 
Temporal and Spatial Distribution, Relative 
Abundance and Trophic Interactions, 
W80-06431 1321 5C 

Seasonal Composition and Food Web Relation- 
ships of Marine Organisms in the Nearshore 
Zone, 
W80-06432 1321 5C 

Seasonal Composition and Food Web Relation- 
ships of Marine Organisms in the Nearshore 
Zone of Kodiak Island-Including Ichthyoplank- 
ton, Meroplankton (Shellfish), Zooplankton, and 
Fish, 
W80-06433 1321 5C 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls: Absorption and 
Bioaccumulation by Goldfish (Carassius Aura- 
tus) and Inactivation by Activated Carbon, 
W80-06550 1324 5C 

Fish Used to Detect Toxic Waste in Effluent. 
W80-06716 1324 5 A 



Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Inter- 
species Differences, 
W80-03990 1312 5C 



Impact of Oil on Local Fish Fauna, 
W80-06748 



1324 5C 



FISH ANAESTHETICS 

Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Hae- 
moglobin Electrophoresis, ATP Levels and Cor- 
puscular Fragility Curves, 
W80-03988 1312 5 A 

Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Intra- 
species Differences, 
W80-03989 1312 5C 



FISH AND WILDLIFE 

Instream Flow Strategies for Washington, 
W80-00531 1302 



6E 



Instream Flow Strategies for California, 
W80-00532 1302 6E 

Impact Assessment of Water Resource Develop- 
ment Activities: A Dual Matrix Approach, 
W80-00550 1302 6B 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume VIII-Appendix G, Fish and 
Wildlife Resources. 
W80-03574 1310 6B 

FISH ANESTHETICS 

Biotransformation of Selected Chemicals By 

Fish, 

W80-06275 1320 5B 

FISH BARRIERS 

Effects of Dams and Impoundments on Migra- 
tions of Juvenile Chinook Salmon and Steelhead 
from the Snake River, 1966 to 1975, 
W80-03701 1311 5A 

FISH BEHAVIOR 

The Temperature Preference of the Three- 
Spined Stickleback, Gasterosteus Aculeatus L. 
(Pisces), Collected at Different Seasons, 
W8O-O0797 1302 5 A 

Salinity Stress and Swimming Performance of 

Spotted Seatrout, 

W8O-O08O5 1303 5 A 

Effects of Territoriality on Oxygen Consump- 
tion in Tilapia Nilotica, 
W8O-O0863 1303 5 A 

Feeding Behavior and Terrestrial Locomotion in 

the Cyprinodontid Fish, Rivulus Hartii (Bou- 

lenger), 

W80-01772 1305 81 

Physiological and Behavioural Characterization 
of the Action of Chlorfenvinphos on Fish Le- 
bistes Reticulatus Peters, 
W80-02084 1306 5B 

Critical Factors in the Transport of Living 
Freshwater Fish— I. General Considerations and 
Atmospheric Gases, 
W80-02125 1306 5A 

Influence of Social Rank on the Behaviour of 
Bluegill, Lepomis Macrochirus Rafinesque Ex- 
posed to Sublethal Concentrations of Cadmium 
and Zinc, 
W80-02227 1306 5C 

Olfactory Bulbar Electrical Responses of Rain- 
bow Trout (Salmo Gairdneri) Exposed to Mor- 
pholine During Smoltification, 
W80-02392 1306 81 

Avoidance of seawater Dilutions of Kraft Pulp 
Mill Effluent by Seawater Acclimated Pink 
Salmon Fry, 
W80-02395 1306 5 A 

Fish Bioassay Monitoring of Waste Effluents, 
W80-02744 1308 5 A 

Ventilation Frequency Compensation Responses 
of Three Eurythermal Estuarine Fish Exposed 
to Moderate Temperature Increases, 
W80-03262 1309 5C 

Effect of Ammonium Chloride on Predatory 
Consumption Rates of Brook Trout (Salvelinus 



Fontinalis) on Juvenile Chinook Salmon (Oncor- 
hynchus Tshawytscha) in Laboratory Streams, 
W80-03292 1309 5C 

Influence of Thermal Challenge on Conditioned 
Feeding Forays of Juvenile Rainbow Trout, 
W80-04405 1313 5C 

Behaviour of Fish in a Thermally Differentiated 

Environment, 

W80-04683 1314 5C 



Fish Metabolism, 
W80-04684 



1314 5A 



Sexual Maturity of Fish in Heated Waters, 
W80-04685 1314 5C 

Spawning of Fish and Their Embryonic and 

Larval Development, 

W80-04686 1314 5C 

Degree of Dispersion of the Zaco Temmincki 
School to Water Quality in a Streaming Water 
Trough (In Japanese), 
W80-04898 1315 5C 

Effects on Fish Exposed to Effluent from a 
Titanium Dioxide Industry and Tested with Ro- 
tatory-Flow Technique, 
W80-04906 1315 5A 

FISH BEHAVOIR 

Delayed Behavioral Responses of the Balack- 
nose Dace (Rhinichthys Atratulus) to Chlora- 
mines and Free Chlorine, 
W80-06039 1319 5C 

FISH CONSERVATION 

Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 
1976: An Accommodation of State, Federal and 
International Interests, 
W80-O4933 1315 6E 

Fishery Conservation and the Law of the Sea. 
W80-04987 1315 6E 

Fisheries Jurisdiction-United States Fishery 
Conservation and Management Act of 1976, 
Public Law 94-265, 94th Congress, H.R. 200, 
W8O-O50O3 1315 6E 

An Environmental Assessment of Emerging In- 
ternational Fisheries Doctrine, 
W80-05920 1318 6E 

FISH DIETS 

Influences of Dieldrin on the Growth and Body 
Composition of Fingerling Rainbow Trout 
(Salmo gairdneri) fed Oregon Moist Pellets or 
Tubificid Worms (Tubifex Sp.), 
W80-01746 1305 5 A 

Application of Stream Ecology to Raising 

Salmon Smolts in High Density, 

W80-01768 1305 5G 

Diet of Brook Trout (Salvelinus Fintinalis 
Mitchell) and Brown Trout (Salmo Trutta L.) in 
an Alpine Stream, 
W80-01770 1305 5C 

Effects of Toxic Amounts of Dietary Zinc on 
the Growth and Body Components of Rainbow 
Trout at Two Levels of Calcium (In Japanese). 
W80-02102 1306 5A 

Utilization of Filamentous Algae by Fishes in 

Skadar Lake, Yugoslavia, 

W80-02491 1307 5C 

PCBs and DDE in Commercial Fish Feeds, 
W80-03259 1309 5 A 

Investigations into the Effects of Volume of 
Water Flow, Quality of Feed and Type of Feed- 
ing on the Production of the Aischgrund 
Common Carp, Cyprinus Carpio, in Circular 



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FISH DIETS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Concrele Ponds Under High Stocking Density 

Rates, 

W80-O3323 1310 81 

Lake Macrophytes as the Food of Roach (Ruti- 
lus Rutilus L.) and Rudd (Scardinius Eryth- 
rophthalmus L.) I. Species Composition and 
Dominance Relations in the Lake and Food, 
W80-04364 1313 5C 

Feeding of Fish and Their Feeding Grounds, 
W80-04687 1314 5 A 

FISH DISEASE 

Hepatomas in Atlantic Tomcod Microgadus 
Tomcod (Walbaum) Collected in the Hudson 
River Estuary in New York, 
W80-00675 1302 5B 

Endohelminths of Salmonida from the Artificial 
Lake Piva, Montenegro, Yugoslavia, 
W80-02490 1307 5C 

FISH DISEASES 

Nephrocalcinosis in Rainbow Trout Salmo 
Gairdneri Richardson; The Effect of Exposure 
to Elevated C02 Concentrations, 
W80-00674 1302 5 A 

Survey of Demersal Fish in Port Phillip Bay for 

Incidence of Neoplasia, 

W80-00680 1302 5 A 

The Role of Melano-Macrophage Centres in 
Iron Storage in Normal and Diseased Fish, 
W80-O0683 1302 5A 

Tumours and Microbial Diseases of Marine 

Fishes in Alaskan Waters, 

W80-00862 1303 5A 

Nifurpirinol (Furanace; P-7138) Related Lesions 

on Channel Catfish Ictalurus Punctatus (Rafines- 

que), 

W80-02222 1306 5B 

Chemotherapeutical Studies on Trimethoprim 
Against Vibriosis of Pond-Cultured Ayu--II. 
Tissue Levels After Administration of Trimetho- 
prim-Sulfadoxine Mixture (In Japanese), 
W80-03693 1311 5B 

Eye Damage to the Grass Carp (Ctenopharyn- 

godon Idella) from Chronic Uptake of Strontium 

90. 

W80-03697 1311 5C 

Studies on Chemotherapy of Fish Diseases with 
Piromidic Acid--I. Absorption, Distribution, Ex- 
cretion and Toxicity of Piromidic Acid in Some 
Species of Fishes, 
W80-04012 1312 5B 

Temperature Changes and Fish Diseases, 
W80-04689 1314 5C 

Three Types of Skin Papillomas of Flatfishes 

and Their Causes, 

W80-04713 1314 5 A 

The Ecology of Aeromonas hydrophila in Albe- 
marle Sound, North Carolina, 
W80-05464 1317 5C 

Microbiological Assessment of River Water 
Contamination by Fish Hatchery Effluent, 
W80-06083 1319 5G 

I ish Health Management in Aquaculture, 
W80-06727 1324 81 

FISH EGGS 

Influent r of Salinity and Cadmium on Capsule 

Strength in Pai ifii Herring 1 ggs, 

\V80-0i 1303 5A 

Influence •') Salinity and Cadmium on the 

Volum i ■ I'.- ifii 1 I i in,/ I ■.■ 

who not sa 



In Situ Freezing as a Cause of Mortality in 

Brown Trout Eggs, 

W80-00985 1303 5A 

Tolerance of Developing Salmonid Eggs and 

Fry to Nitrate Exposure, 

W80-01085 1303 5 A 

Hatching Success and Larval Mortality in an 
Estuarine Teleost, Menidia Menidia (Linnaeus), 
Exposed to Cadmium in Constant and Fluctuat- 
ing Salinity Regimes, 
W80-O1096 1303 5A 

The Sensitivity of Fish Embryos to the Effect of 

Toxicants, 

W80-02104 1306 5 A 

Fish Eggs Dimensions and Pollution, 
W80-02375 1306 5B 

On the Correspondence of Data on the Incuba- 
tion of Fish Eggs in Solutions of Strontium-90 - 
Yttrium-90 of Varying Activity Under Laborar- 
oty Conditions and in Natural Waters, 
W80-03250 1309 5A 

Combined Effects of Cadmium, Copper and 
Lead on Developing Herring Eggs and Larvae, 
W80-03286 1309 5A 

Saprolegnia: Control of Fungus on Incubating 

Eggs of Pink Salmon by Treatment with 

Seawater, 

W80-03336 1310 5A 

Ichthyoplankton of the St. Lawrence Estuary: 
Composition, Distribution, and Abundance, 
W80-03965 1312 2H 

FISH EMBRYOS 

The Sensitivity of Fish Embryos to the Effect of 

Toxicants, 

W80-02104 1306 5 A 

FISH ESTABLISHMENT 

Initial Impacts of Experimental Fish Introduc- 
tions on the Macrozooplankton of Small Oligo- 
trophic Lakes, 
W80-01767 1305 5G 

Rise and Collapse of an Introduced Fish, Mor- 
none Mississippiensis in Clear Lake, Iowa, 
W80-01771 1305 5C 

Biological Control of Hydrilla Verticillata Royle 

with Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon Idella 

Val), 

W80-03830 1311 4A 

Impact of an Introduced Fish Species (Morone 
Americana) on the Fisheries Resources of Ne- 
braska, 
W80-04109 1312 5C 

FISH FARM NIVKA (USSR) 

Primary Production and Bacterioplankton in 
Fish Ponds with Mono and Poly-Culture, 
W80-04148 1312 5C 

FISH FARMING 

Emergency Aeration of Fish Ponds, 
W80-00192 1301 81 

Evaluation of Water Quality Management Pro- 
cedures used on Mississippi Catfish Farms, 
W80-01382 1304 81 

Application of Stream Ecology to Raising 

Salmon Smolts in High Density, 

W80-0I768 1305 5G 

Methods of Utilization of Waste Effluents from 
Mineral Fertilizers Plants iii Carp Fry Cultures, 
W80-02078 1306 5A 



Development of Algae in Ponds I rcated with 

Foschlor and in Ponds with Controlled Time of 

Fill. 

W 80-02096 1306 5 A 

The Farming of Dover Sole and Turbol in 
Warmed Waters The Work of the British White 
Fish Authority in 1976, 1977 and 1978. 
W80-02431 1307 5E 

An Analysis of Feeding Relationships Among 
Estuarine Fishes Raised in Polycullure in Ponds 
Receiving Thermal Effluents, 
W80-02433 1307 5A 

On Fish Culture and on the Use of Healed 

Effluents in Poland, 

W80-02438 1307 5 A 

Direct Use of Cooling and Blow-Down Water 
for Intensive Fish Faiming Results Obtained in a 
Pilot Facility at the Niederaussem Power Plant. 
W 80-02441 1307 5 A 

Range of Changes in Fishpond Environment 

Influenced by Intensive Carp Farming, 

W 80-02486 1307 5C 

Investigations into the Effects of Volume of 
Water Flow, Quality of Feed and Type of Feed- 
ing on the Production of the Aischgrund 
Common Carp, Cyprinus Carpio, in Circular 
Concrete Ponds Under High Stocking Density 
Rates, 
W80-03323 1310 81 

Addition of Nutrients to a Lake Leads to Great- 
ly Increased Catch of Salmon, 
W80-04114 1312 5C 

Primary Production and Bacterioplankton in 
Fish Ponds with Mono and Poly-Culture, 
W80-04148 1312 5C 

Experiments in Recycling Swine Manure in 

Fishponds, 

W80-05333 1316 5C 

Aquaculture: A Modern Fish Tale, Seminar 
Conducted by Water Resources Research Insti- 
tute, Oregon State University. Spring Quarter 
1979. 
W80-06723 1324 81 

What are the Prospects for Aquaculture, 
W80-06724 1324 81 

State and Federal Activities in Aquaculture. 
W80-06725 1324 81 



Salmon Ranching in Oregon, 
W80-06726 



1324 81 



Engineering Technology in Production of Oys- 
ters and Salmon, 
W80-06728 1324 81 

Some Economic Issues in Aquaculture, 
W80-06731 1324 81 

FISH FOOD ORGANISMS 

A Possible Correlation Between Algal Number 
and S. Galilaeus Yield in the Kinneret, 
W80-01365 1304 5C 

Feeding Behavior and Terrestrial Locomotion in 

the Cyprinodontid Fish, Rivulus Hartii (Bou- 

lenger), 

W80-01772 1305 81 

Effect of Fish (Salvelinus Alpinus, Arctic Char) 

Predation on the Zooplankton in Ten Norwe- 
gian Lakes, 

W80-01773 1305 5C 

Size-Selective Predation by Fish on Thin- 
Shelled Gastropods (l.ymnaea): The Signifi- 



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FISH PHYSIOLOGY 



cance of Floating Vegetation (Trapa) as a Physi- 
cal Refuge. 
W80-02493 1307 5C 

PCBs and DDE in Commercial Fish Feeds, 
W80-03259 1309 5 A 

FISH GENETICS 

Genetic Differentiation Between Vendace 

(Corrgonus Albula (L.)) Populations in Eastern 

Finland, 

W80-01793 1305 81 

FISH GROWTH 

Growth of Fish in Heated Environments, 
W80-04688 1314 5C 

FISH HANDLING FACILITIES 

Connecticut River Fishways: Model Studies, 
W80-06382 1321 81 

FISH HARVEST 

Lake Kinneret Fishing and Its Development, 
W80-00991 1303 6B 

Response of a Lake Whitefish (Coregonus Clu- 
peaformis) Population to Exploitation, 
W80-01789 1305 6G 

Diagrammatic Representation of the Exploita- 
tion of Replenishable Natural Resources: Dy- 
namic Iterations, 
W80-01964 1305 6B 

Theoretical and Empirical Considerations for 
Estimating Capacity and Capacity Utilization in 
Commercial Fisheries, 
W80-02141 1306 6B 

The Economics of the Eastern Block Ocean 

Policy, 

W80-03138 1309 6E 

Addition of Nutrients to a Lake Leads to Great- 
ly Increased Catch of Salmon, 
W80-04114 1312 5C 

FISH HATCHERIES 

Iodophor Disinfection of Muskellunge Eggs 
Under Intensive Culture in Hatcheries, 
W80-03337 1310 5A 

Availability of Supplemental Water Supplies at 
Salmonid Fish-Propagation Stations in Wiscon- 
sin, 
W 80-05 304 1316 6D 

Microbiological Assessment of River Water 
Contamination by Fish Hatchery Effluent, 
W80-06083 1319 5G 

FISH HEMATOLOGY 

Effect of Hexachlorane (HCCH) on Some He- 
matological and Biochemical Characteristics of 
the Blood of the Round Goby (Gobius Melanos- 
tomus), 
W80-01745 1305 5A 

FISH KIDNEY FUNCTION 

A Method for Studying the Excretory Function 

of Fish Kidneys Under Chronic Experimental 

Conditions, 

W80-03675 1311 5A 

FISH MANAGEMENT 

The Managemental Fisheries, 

W80-O0378 1301 6E 

Masoten (Dylox) as a Control for Clam Shrimp 

in Hatchery Production Ponds, 

W80-00802 1303 5A 

Management Aspects of Fishpond Drainage, 
W 80-0 1246 1304 6G 

Regional Factors in the Formation of the Fisher- 
man's Protective Union of Newfoundland, 
W 80-0 1307 1304 6E 



The Influence of Chemical Reclamation on a 

Small Brown Trout Stream in Southwestern 

Wisconsin, 

W80-01450 1304 5G 

Bioeconomic Models of Marine Recreational 

Fishing, 

W80-02013 1306 6B 

Changes in Species Composition of Great Lakes 

Fish Communities Caused by Man, 

W80-02124 1306 5C 

Critical Factors in the Transport of Living 
Freshwater Fish— I. General Considerations and 
Atmospheric Gases, 
W80-02125 1306 5 A 

Management of Recreational Fisheries in North- 
ern Quebec: Policies Versus Tools, 
W80-02138 1306 6E 

Theoretical and Empirical Considerations for 
Estimating Capacity and Capacity Utilization in 
Commercial Fisheries, 
W80-02141 1306 6B 

The Economics of Marine Fisheries Manage- 
ment in the Era of Extended Jurisdiction: The 
Canadian Perspective. 
W80-02450 1307 6E 

Possible Developments in U.S. and Global Fish 
Markets Due to Extended Jurisdication and a 
Proposed Research Agenda, 
W80-02451 1307 6E 

Summary of Central States Fishery Station Strip 
Mine Lake Project Reports 1973-1978, 
W80-02811 1308 81 

Iodophor Disinfection of Muskellunge Eggs 
Under Intensive Culture in Hatcheries, 
W80-03337 1310 5A 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume VIII-Appendix G, Fish and 
Wildlife Resources. 
W80-03574 1310 6B 

The Optimal Management of Transboundary 

Renewable Resources, 

W80-03970 1312 6B 

Bioeconomic Model of the Gulf of Carpentaria 

Prawn Fishery, 

W80-04199 1312 6B 

Human Impacts on Biomass, Population Size 
and Yield-Per-Recruits of Asp (Aspius Aspius 
L.) in Lake Balaton, 
W80-04409 1313 5A 



Improving Stream Fisheries, 
W 80-04506 



1314 81 



The Law of the Sea and Management of Ana- 

dromous Fish Stocks, 

W80-04589 1314 6E 

Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 
1976: An Accommodation of State, Federal and 
International Interests, 
W80-04933 1315 6E 

Foreign Access to U.S. Fisheries in the Wake of 
the Fishery Conservation and Management Act. 
W80-04970 1315 6E 

The Law of the Sea and Regional Fisheries 

Policy, 

W 80-04971 1315 6E 

Fishery Conservation and the Law of the Sea. 
W80-04987 1315 6E 



Fisheries Jurisdiction-United States Fishery 
Conservation and Management Act of 1976, 
Public Law 94-265, 94th Congress, H.R. 200, 
W80-05003 1315 6E 

An Environmental Assessment of Emerging In- 
ternational Fisheries Doctrine, 
W 80-05920 1318 6E 

FISH MIGRATION 

Environmental Improvement at Neroutsos Inlet, 
B.C. Volume 5 Migratory Studies of Juvenile 
Salmonids in Upper Neroutsos Inlet, 1978, 
W80-01195 1303 5A 

Vertical Distribution of Fishes in One Lake 
Deep (Lake Kuusvesi, Central Finland), 
W80-01777 1305 5C 

The Law of the Sea and Management of Ana- 

dromous Fish Stocks, 

W80-04589 1314 6E 

Aquatic Studies of the Yellowstone River, 
W80-04880 1315 81 

Sea-Run Rainbow Trout of the Eerste River, 
W80-06719 1324 81 

FISH MIGRATIONS 

Migration of Sauger Past a Thermal Discharge 

in Melton Hill Reservoir, 

W80-00811 1303 5 A 

Effects of Dams and Impoundments on Migra- 
tions of Juvenile Chinook Salmon and Steelhead 
from the Snake River, 1966 to 1975, 
W80-03701 1311 5A 

FISH PARASITES 

Endohelminths of Salmonida from the Artificial 
Lake Piva, Montenegro, Yugoslavia, 
W80-02490 1307 5C 

Unique Characteristics of Ichthyofauna and 

Ichthyoparasites of Skadar Lake, 

W80-02492 1307 5C 

Aeromonas Distribution and Survival in a Ther- 
mally Altered Lake, 
W80-03787 1311 4A 

Temperature Changes and Fish Diseases, 
W80-04689 1314 5C 

FISH PASSAGES 

Connecticut River Fishways: Model Studies, 
W80-06382 1321 81 

FISH PHSIOLOGY 

Uptake, Metabolism, and Elimination of the 
Lampricide 3-Trifluoromethy!-4 Nitrophenol by 
Largemouth Bass (Micropterus Salmoides), 
W80-06281 1320 5B 

FISH PHYSIOLOGY 

Pesticide Induced Haematological Alterations in 
a Fresh Water Fish Saccobranchus Fossilis, 
W80-00392 1301 5C 

Physiological Adaptations of Salmonid Fishes 
(Salmo clarki henshawi, Salmo gairdneri, and 
Oncorhynchus kisutch) to Alkaline Saline Water 
and Their Toxic Effects, 
W80-00488 1302 2H 

Thermal Shock Resistance of Spot (Leiostomus 
Xanthurus) After Acclimation to Constant or 
Cycling Temperature, 
W80-00652 1302 5C 

Sensitivity of Alaskan Freshwater and Anadro- 

mous Fishes to Prudhoe Bay Crude Oil and 

Benzene, 

W80-00660 1302 5A 



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FISH PHYSIOLOGY 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Effects of Oral Administration of Cadmium on 
Fish-V Effects on Calcium and Inorganic Phos- 
phorus Excretion in the Carp, 
W80-00663 1302 5 A 

The Role of Melano-Macrophage Centres in 
Iron Storage in Normal and Diseased Fish, 
W80-00683 1302 5 A 

Carbonic Acid Anesthesia for Aquatic Organ- 
isms, 
W80-00786 1302 5A 

Uptake, Biotransformation, Disposition, and 
Elimination of 2-Methylnaphthalene and Naph- 
thalene in Several Fish Species, 
W80-00821 1303 5 A 

The Chronic Effect of Alkali on the Growth, 
Development and Fecundity of the Guppy, 
W80-01054 1303 5A 

Survey of Gamma-Emitting Artificial Radionu- 
clides in Fish from Finnish Waters, 
W80-01325 1304 5 A 

Hematological Effects of Long-Term Mercury 

Exposure and Subsequent Periods of Recovery 

on the Winter Flounder, Pseudopleuronectes 

Americanus, 

W80-01335 1304 5B 

The Effect of Exposure Temperatures on 
Oxygen Consumption and Opercular Breathing 
Rates of Pink Salmon Fry Exposed to Toluene, 
Naphthalene, and Water-Soluble Fractions of 
Cook Inlet Crude Oil and No. 2 Fuel Oil, 
W80-01348 1304 5C 

Biosorption by Marine Fishes of Methianine and 

Urea Dissolved in Water, 

W80-01742 1305 5A 

The Influence of Increased 02 Concentrations 
on the Survival and Hatching of the Embryos of 
the Bream, Abramis Brama, 
W80-02105 1306 5 A 

Temperature Dependence of Active Metabolism 
and Swimming Speed of the Baikal Grayling, 
Thymallus Arcticus Baicalensis, 
W80-02106 1306 5A 

Critical Factors in the Transport of Living 
Freshwater Fish— I. General Considerations and 
Atmospheric Gases, 
W80-02125 1306 5A 

Critical Factors in the Transport of Live Fresh- 
water Fish— n. State of Feeding and Ammonia 
Excretion, 
W80-02126 1306 5 A 

Isolation and Identification of a Conjugated- 
PCP Excreted in the Urine of Goldfish, 
W80-02218 1306 5A 

Relationship of Environmental pC02 to Select- 
ed Blood Parameters of Oncorhynchus Kisutch 
(Walbaum), 
W80-02228 1306 5 A 

Chloride Inhibition of Nitrite-Induced Methe- 
moglobinemia in Channel Catfish (Ictalurus 
Punctatus), 
W80-02384 1306 5A 

Lead in Spotted Wolfish, Anarhichas Minor, 
Near a Zinc-Lead Mine in Greenland, 
W80-02394 1306 5B 

Effect of Mercury on the Morphology of Eryth- 
rocytes in Anabas Scandens, 
W80-02423 1307 5B 

The Effect of the Anaesthetic Benzocaine Hy- 
drochloride on Freshwater Quality, 
W80-02752 1308 1A 



Biotransformation of Benzo(a)Pyrene by Little 
Skate Hepatic Microsomes-Stimulation and Re- 
constitution of Benzo(a)Pyrene Hydroxylase Ac- 
tivity, 
W80-02953 1308 5B 

Comparison Between the Hg Body Burden of 
Thynnus Thynnus from the Mediterranean and 
the Atlantic, 
W80-02954 1308 5 A 

Estimating Rate Constants for the Uptake and 

Clearance of Chemicals by Fish, 

W80-02959 1308 5B 

Effect of Dissolved Petroleum Products on Car- 
bohydrate Metabolism of the Liver of Two 
Black Sea Species of Fishes, 
W80-03223 1309 5B 

An Electromyogram of the Mandibular Adduc- 
tor of the Intact Baikal Grayling, Thymallus 
Arcticus Baicalensis, in a Phenol Solution, 
W80-03247 1309 5C 

Hydrocarbon Characteristics of the Organs and 
Tissues of Some Marine Fishes from the Medi- 
terranean, 
W80-03248 1309 5B 

Preliminary Results on Uptake and Elimination 

at Different Temperatures of p,p'-DDT and 

Two Chlorobiphenyls in Perch from Brackish 

Water, 

W80-03268 1309 5 A 

Cold Shock: Effect of Rate of Thermal Decrease 

on Atlantic Menhaden, 

W80-03344 1310 5C 

A Method for Studying the Excretory Function 

of Fish Kidneys Under Chronic Experimental 

Conditions, 

W80-03675 1311 5 A 

The Effects of the Anaesthetic Quinaldine on 
Oxygen Consumption in an Intertidal Teleost 
Blennius Pholis (L.), 
W80-03690 1311 5 A 

Effect of Hexachloran on Oxygen Consumption 

of Neogobius Melanostomus and Neogobius Flu- 

viatilis, 

W80-03985 1312 5C 

Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Hae- 
moglobin Electrophoresis, ATP Levels and Cor- 
puscular Fragility Curves, 
W80-03988 1312 5A 

Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Intra- 
species Differences, 
W80-03989 1312 5C 

Haematological Assessment of the Effects of the 
Anaesthetic MS222 in Natural and Neutralized 
Form in Three Freshwater Fish Species: Inter- 
species Differences, 
W80-03990 1312 5C 

Mechanisms of Regulation of the Acid-Base Bal- 
ance in Fish as They Adapt to Carbon Dioxide 
Levels in an Aqueous Environment, 
W80-03994 1312 5A 

Response of the Tench (Tinea Tinea L.) to 

Potassium Nitrate Enriched Water, 

W80-04387 1313 5B 

Correlation Between Cadmium Concentration in 
the Water and Tissue Residue Levels in Dab, 
Limanda Limanda L., and Plaice, Pleuronectes 
Platessa L., 

W80-04407 1313 5A 



Behaviour of Fish in a Thermally Differentiated 

Environment, 

W80-04683 1314 5C 



Fish Metabolism, 
W80-O4684 



1314 5A 



Sexual Maturity of Fish in Heated Waters, 
W80-04685 1314 5C 

Spawning of Fish and Their Embryonic and 

Larval Development, 

W80-04686 1314 5C 

Feeding of Fish and Their Feeding Grounds, 
W80-04687 1314 5A 

Temperature Changes and Fish Diseases, 

W 80-04689 1314 5C 

Biotransformation of Selected Chemicals By 

Fish, 

W80-06275 1320 5B 

FISH POPULATION 

The Impact on Ichthyofauna and Possible Con- 
trol of the Effects of Thermal Discharge, 
W80-04691 1314 5A 

FISH POPULATIONS 

A Seasonal Survey of Fish Populations in the 
Lower Medway Estuary, Kent, Based on Power 
Station Screen Samples, 
W80-00650 1302 5C 

The Effects of Heated Water on Warmwater 

Fish in Earthen Raceways, 

W80-00803 1303 5C 

Evaluation of an Air-Bubble Curtain to Reduce 
Impingement at an Electric Generating Station, 
W80-00804 1303 5A 

A Possible Correlation Between Algal Number 
and S. Galilaeus Yield in the Kinneret, 
W80-01365 1304 5C 

Rise and Collapse of an Introduced Fish, Mor- 
none Mississippiensis in Clear Lake, Iowa, 
W80-01771 1305 5C 

Remarkable Yield of Brown Trout (Salmo 

Trutta L.) in Lakes Near the Hardanger Glacier, 

Norway, 

W80-01774 1305 5C 

Population Studies of Vendace (Coregonus 
Albula (L.) and Perch (Perca Fluviatilis L.) in a 
Mesohumic Oligotrophic Lake, 
W80-01779 1305 5C 

Response of a Lake Whitefish (Coregonus Clu- 
peaformis) Population to Exploitation, 
W80-01789 1305 6G 

Genetic Differentiation Between Vendace 

(Corrgonus Albula (L.)) Populations in Eastern 

Finland, 

W80-01793 1305 81 

Changes in the Ichthyofauna of Lake Ziolo as an 
Index of Progressing Eutrophication (In Polish), 
W80-02100 1306 5C 

Recovery of Invertebrate and Vertebrate Popu- 
lations in a Coal Ash Stressed Drainage System, 
W80-02381 1306 5C 

The Potential Environmental Impact of Marine 

Gravel Extraction in the North Sea, 

W 80-02429 1307 5C 

Studies on the Influence of Man (Angling) on 

Freshwater Fish Populations in Southern 

Poland, 

W80-02487 1307 6G 

Exploitation of Fishery Resources in Lake Bala- 
ton, 
W80-02488 1307 6G 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



FISHKILL 



Historic Transformations of Fish Communities 

in Three Great Lakes Bays, 

W80-02964 1308 5C 

Entrainment and Impingement of Fish by Power 
Plants in the Great Lakes which Use the Once- 
Through Cooling Process, 
W80-02965 1308 5 A 

Accumulation and Distribution of Heavy Metals 
in Some Marine Organisms in the Bay of Izmir 
and in Aegean Coasts, 
W80-03239 1309 5 A 

Investigations into the Effects of Volume of 
Water Flow, Quality of Feed and Type of Feed- 
ing on the Production of the Aischgrund 
Common Carp, Cyprinus Carpio, in Circular 
Concrete Ponds Under High Stocking Density 
Rates, 
W80-03323 1310 81 

Aeromonas Distribution and Survival in a Ther- 
mally Altered Lake, 
W80-03787 1311 4A 

Growth and Population Studies on Tilapia Gali- 

laea in Lake Kinneret, 

W80-04152 1312 5G 

Integration of Biological with Thermal Criteria 

for Power Plant Design and Water Resource 

Use, 

W80-04289 1313 5C 

Human Impacts on Biomass, Population Size 
and Yield-Per-Recruits of Asp (Aspius Aspius 
L.) in Lake Balaton, 
W80-04409 1313 5 A 

Changes of Fish Communities in Heated Envi- 
ronments, 
W80-04690 1314 5C 

The Different Adaptability of Fish to Eutrophi- 

cation, (In German), 

W80-04912 1315 5C 

The Distributions, Trophic Activities, and Com- 
petitive Interactions of Three Salt Marsh Killi- 
fishes (Pisces: Cyprinodontidae), 
W80-05630 1317 21 

A Fish Mark-Recapture Study in Boskop Dam, 

Western Transvaal, 

W80-06857 1324 6A 

FISH PROPAGATION 

Optimization of Sewage Treatment and Fish 

Propagation in Ponds, 

W80-01633 1305 6B 

FISH REPRODUCTION 

Effect of Temperature on Walleye Egg Hatch 

Rate, 

W80-00809 1303 5 A 

Reproduction Repression of Largemouth Bass in 

a Heated Reservoir, 

W80-00810 1303 5A 

Effects of Chronic Exposure to Zinc on Repro- 
duction in the Guppy (Poecilia Reticulata), 
W80-01091 1303 5A 

Production of Reproductively Limited Grass 
Carp for Biological Control of Aquatic Weeds, 
W80-01254 1304 4A 

A Note on Aging in Fish with Special Reference 

to the Perch, Perca Fluviatilis L., 

W80-01792 1305 81 

Preferred Stream Discharges for Salmon Spawn- 
ing and Rearing in Washington, 
W80-02243 1306 81 

The Effect of Chemical Mutagens on the Sper- 
matozoa of the Silver Carp, Hypophthal- 



michthys Molitrix, and the Bighead, Aris- 

tichthys Nobilis, 

W80-03249 1309 5C 

Spawning of Fish and Their Embryonic and 

Larval Development, 

W80-04686 1314 5C 

Changes of Fish Communities in Heated Envi- 
ronments, 
W80-04690 1314 5C 

FISH STOCKING 

Biological Control of Hydrilla Verticillata Royle 

with Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon Idella 

Val), 

W80-03830 1311 4A 

FISH-TAINT TEST 

Taint Threshold of Diphenyl Oxide in Rainbow 

Trout, 

W80-OO828 1303 5 A 

FISH TOXINS 

Developing a Toxicity Testing Capability for 

Australia, 

W80-06734 1324 5 A 

FISH TRANSPORT 

Critical Factors in the Transport of Living 
Freshwater Fish—I. General Considerations and 
Atmospheric Gases, 
W80-02125 1306 5 A 

Critical Factors in the Transport of Live Fresh- 
water Fish-II. State of Feeding and Ammonia 
Excretion, 
W80-02126 1306 5 A 

FISHERIES 

A Fishery-Oil Spill Interaction Model, 
W80-00150 1301 5C 

Oil Spill Treatment Strategy Modeling for 

Georges Bank, 

W80-00185 1301 5C 

Fishery Survey of Cedar Lakes and the Brazos 

and San Bernard River Estuaries, 

W80-00305 1301 2H 

Initial Impacts of Experimental Fish Introduc- 
tions on the Macrozooplankton of Small Oligo- 
trophy Lakes, 
W80-01767 1305 5G 

Changes in the Chemical Composition, Calorific 
and Water Content of Yellow Perch Fry, Perca 
Fluviatilis Flavescens, 
W80-01790 1305 81 

Fish Communities of the Manitoulin Island 

Lakes, 

W80-01791 1305 81 

Bioeconomic Models of Marine Recreational 

Fishing, 

W80-02013 1306 6B 

Management of Recreational Fisheries in North- 
ern Quebec: Policies Versus Tools, 
W80-02138 1306 6E 

Studies on the Influence of Man (Angling) on 

Freshwater Fish Populations in Southern 

Poland, 

W80-02487 1307 6G 

Exploitation of Fishery Resources in Lake Bala- 
ton, 
W80-02488 1307 6G 

200-Mile Economic Zones - Fishing Limits and 

the E.E.C., 

W80-03141 1309 6E 

The Optimal Management of Transboundary 

Renewable Resources, 

W80-03970 1312 6B 



Bioeconomic Model of the Gulf of Carpentaria 

Prawn Fishery, 

W80-04199 ' 1312 6B 

Demersal Fish and Shellfish Assessment in Se- 
lected Estuary Systems of Kodiak Island, 
W80-04425 1313 5C 

Jurisdictional and Administrative Limitations 
Affecting Management of the Halibut Fishery, 
W80-04475 1313 6E 

Prescriptive Administrative Proposal: An Inter- 
national Machinery for Control of the High 
Seas, 
W80-04491 1313 6E 

The Roots of U.S. Fisheries Policy, 

W80-04587 1314 6E 

Changes in the Law of the Sea: Impact on 
International Fisheries Organizations, 
W80-04588 1314 6E 

International Law and Maritime Jurisdiction in 
Relation to Sea Resources: The Case of Fishing 
in Peru, 
W80-04780 1314 6E 

Foreign Access to U.S. Fisheries in the Wake of 
the Fishery Conservation and Management Act, 
W80-04970 1315 6E 

United States Policy with Respect to High Seas 
Fisheries and Deep Seabed Minerals - A Study 
in Contracts, 
W80-04976 1315 6E 

Distribution, Abundance, Community Structure 
and Trophic Relationships of the Nearshore 
Benthos of Cook Inlet and Negoa, 
W80-05052 1315 5C 

Management of Living Resources in the North- 
east Pacific and the Unilateral Extension of the 
200-Mile Fisheries Zone, 
W80-05382 1316 6E 

Latin American Unilateral Declarations of 200- 
Mile Offshore Exclusive Fisheries: Toward Re- 
solving the Problems of Access Faced by the 
U.S. Tunafish Industry, 
W80-05916 1318 6E 



Oil Interactions with Fisheries, 
W80-06314 



1320 5C 



Aquaculture: A Modern Fish Tale, Seminar 
Conducted by Water Resources Research Insti- 
tute, Oregon State University, Spring Quarter 
1979. 
W80-06723 1324 81 

State and Federal Activities in Aquaculture, 
W80-06725 1324 81 

FISHERY CONSERVATION AND 
MANAGEMENT ACT 

Theoretical and Empirical Considerations for 
Estimating Capacity and Capacity Utilization in 
Commercial Fisheries, 
W80-02141 1306 6B 

FISHING 

The Demand for Angling at the Derwent Reser- 
voir, 1970 to 1976, 
W80-01304 1304 6D 

Concepts of Value for Marine Recreational 

Fishing, 

W80-02456 1307 6C 



Fishing and North Sea Oil, 
W 80-04941 



§ 



m 



m 



1315 5C 



FISHKILL 

Some Observations on Pollutants of Velsao Bay 

(GOA), 

W80-00688 1302 5 A 



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FISHKILL 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Proceedings of the 1979 U.S. Fish and Wildlife 
Service Pollution Response Workshop, 8-10 
May 1979, St. Petersburg, Florida. 
W80-01540 1304 5C 

Changes in the Ichthyofauna of Lake Ziolo as an 
Index of Progressing Eutrophication (In Polish), 
W80-021O0 1306 5C 



The Killing of Rush Creek, 
W80-03318 



1310 5C 



Massive Fish Mortalities Caused by Algal 

Blooms in Eutrophic Ecosystems, 

W80-04408 1313 5C 

Model Study of Harry S. Truman Spillway, 

Osage River, Missouri, 

W80-06547 1324 8B 

FISHKILLS 

Fish Mortality and Fishing During an Unprec- 
edented Draught in Lake Pichhola, Udaipur, 
W80-03698 1311 2H 

FISSURES (GEOLOGIC) 

The Effect of Hydrogeology on Variations in 

the Electrical Conductivity of Groundwater 

Fluctuations, 

W80-02412 1307 2F 

Geophysical and Hydrologic Prediction of Fis- 
suring and Land Subsidence, South-Central Ari- 
zona, 
W80-03710 1311 6A 

Geophysical and Hydrologic Prediction of Fis- 
suring and Land Subsidence, South-Central Ari- 
zona, 
W80-04013 1312 2F 

Measurement, Prediction, and Hazard Evalua- 
tion of Earth Fissures and Subsidence, South- 
Central Arizona, 
W80-05006 1315 2F 

FIXED BED ADSORBERS 

A Rational Approach to Utilization of Carbon 
Beds in Reducing Microorganic Contamination 
in Drinking Water, 
W80-05013 1315 5F 

FJORDS 

Productivity and Abundance of Ultra-and Nano- 

plankton in Oslofjorden, 

W80-01199 1303 5C 

Application of in Situ Cage Cultures of Phyto- 
plankton for Monitoring Heavy Metal Pollution 
in Two Norwegian Fjords, 
W80-03800 1311 5C 

The Annual Cycle of Plankton Diatom Growth 
and Silica Production in the Inner Oslofjord, 
W80-06115 1319 2L 

A Numerical Model of Circulation in a Conti- 
nental Shelf-Silled Fjord Coupled System, 
W80-06293 1320 2L 

Some Aspects of Tidal Interaction With Fjord 

Constrictions, 

W80-06848 1324 2L 

FLAGELLATES 

Phytoplankton in the Fox Chain of Lakes, 
W80-00686 1302 5C 

FLAGFISH 

Chronic Toxicity of Vanadium to Flagfish, 
W80-O0795 1302 5 A 

FLAMING GORGE RESERVOIR (UT) 
Keep Recreational Waters Algae-Free, 
W80-04116 1312 5G 



FLASH DISTILLATION 

A Study of the Vacuum-Freezing High Pressure 

Ice-Melting Process, 

W80-01007 1303 3A 

FLASH FLOOD 

Flood Hazard Information: Colorado River and 
Tributaries, Grand Junction, Colorado, 
W80-01415 1304 2E 

FLASH FLOODS 

Water Availability and Flood Hazards in the 

John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, 

Oregon, 

W80-06354 1321 2E 

FLASH FREEZING 

Desalting: An Offer You May Not Refuse, 
W80-04509 1314 3A 

FLAT BAYOU WATERSHED (AR) 
Water-Quality Investigation of the Flat Bayou 
Watershed, Jefferson County, Arkansas, 
W80-02594 1307 5B 

FLAT CREEK (VA) 
Assimilative Capacity of Small Streams, 
W80-02693 1307 5B 

FLATWORMS 

Contribution of Asexual Reproduction to the 

Distribution of Triclad Flatworms, 

W80-02524 1307 5C 

FLAX POND (NY) 
The Flax Pond Ecosystem Study: Exchanges of 
Inorganic Nitrogen Between an Estuarine Marsh 
and Long Island Sound, 
W80-04389 1313 2L 

FLOATING 

Buoyancy of Natural Populations of Marine 

Phytoplankton, 

W80-04139 1312 5C 

FLOATING NUCLEAR PLANTS (FNPS) 
Offshore Siting of Nuclear Power Plants, 
W80-04942 1315 5B 

FLOATING PLANTS 

Growth, Production and Nutrient Uptake of 

Duckweeds in Fishponds and in Experimental 

Cultures, 

W80-01236 1304 21 

Size-Selective Predation by Fish on Thin- 
Shelled Gastropods (Lymnaea): The Signifi- 
cance of Floating Vegetation (Trapa) as a Physi- 
cal Refuge, 
W80-02493 1307 5C 

FLOATING RANDOM WALK 

An Improved Monte Carlo Procedure for the 
Solution of the Steady-State, Two-Dimensional 
Diffusion Equation with Application to Flow 
Through Porous Media, 
W80-02607 1307 6A 

FLOCCULATION 

Studies on Wastewater Treatment with Floccu- 

lants Application, 

W80-00099 1301 5D 

Synthesis of Cationic Polyelectrolytes for Treat- 
ment of Natural and Waste Waters, 
W80-00105 1301 5D 

The Use of Ferric Chloride as a Flocculating 
Agent in the Treatment of Drinking Water, 
W80-00263 1301 5E 

Richards Bay Mzingazi Water Purification 

Works, 

W80-00268 1301 5F 

Development and Application of Design and 
Operation Procedures for Coagulation of 



Dredged Material Slurry and Containment Area 

Effluent, 

W80-00918 1303 5E 

The Improvement of the Performance of the 
Purification of Municipal and Industrial Sewage 
water with Coagulants and Flocculants, 
W80-01675 1305 5D 

Dynamic Control of the Coagulation Process, 
W80-02158 1306 5F 

The Effectiveness of In-Line Aqueduct Treat- 
ment, 
W80-06637 1324 5F 

FLOOD 

Severe Floods in Kathiawar and Kutch Caused 
by a Mid-Tropospheric Disturbance, 
W80-01826 1305 2B 

Floodflow Characteristics of Butternut Creek 
and Jamesville Reservoir, Jamesville, Onondaga 
County, New York, 
W80-03488 1310 2E 

FLOOD CONTROL 

Control Rules for Long and Short Term Objec- 
tives, 
W80-00335 1301 2E 

A Telemetry System Working Through the 

Public Telephone Network, 

W8O-O0339 130! 2E 

Real-Time Flood Forecasting for Southern Cali- 
fornia, 
W80-00340 1301 2E 

Rational Methods of Flood Control Planning in 

River Basin Development, 

W80-00435 1302 6A 

The Long-Term National Programme for River 
Basin Development, Basis of the Water Manage- 
ment Policy in Romania, 
W80-00450 1302 6A 

The United States Experience in Flood Plain 

Management, 

W80-00459 1302 6F 

Dual-Purpose Detention Basins, 

W80-00975 1303 5G 

Flood Control-Relocation, 

W80-01570 1304 6E 

Level-B Muldual-Purpose Detention Basins, 
W80-01679 1305 4A 

Flood Insurance Program: Regional Agency's 

Perspective, 

W80-01686 1305 4A 

Comprehensive Framework Study-California 
Region: Appendix IX-Flood Control. 
W80-02034 1306 4A 

Synthetic Hydrologic Information-A Case 

Study, 

W80-02185 1306 2E 



Potamology in 1932: Lower Mississippi River, 
W80-02337 1306 2E 

Flood Hazard Study - Marlborough, New 
Hampshire: Minnewawa Brook, Robbins Brook, 
and South Branch Ashuelot River. 
W80-02729 1308 2E 

Managing Storm Runoff in Chicago Area, 
W80-02914 1308 5G 

Mathematical Modeling of Vegetative Impacts 

from Fluctuating Flood Pools, 

W80-02916 1308 2H 



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FLOOD DISCHARGE 



A Process for Community Flood Plain Manage- 
ment. 
W 80-03079 1309 6 A 

Techniques for Real-Time Operation of Flood 

Control Reservoirs in the Merrimack River 

Basin, 

W80-03198 1309 6B 

Design of Flood Control Improvements by Sys- 
tems Analysis: A Case Study, 
W80-03203 1309 2E 

Reservoir Storage Determination by Computer 

Simulation of Flood Control and Conservation 

Systems, 

W80-03348 1310 6A 

Sizing Flood Control Reservoir Systems by Sys- 
tems Analysis, 
W80-03353 1310 6A 

Road De-icing Salts in an Urban Stream and 

Flood Control Reservoir, 

W80-03468 1310 5B 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume XIV-Appendix M, Flood Con- 
trol. 
W80-03569 1310 2E 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume IV- Appendix C, Hydrology. 
W80-03578 1310 2E 

The Development and Servicing of Spatial Data 
Management Techniques in the Corps of Engi- 
neers, 
W80-03588 1310 6A 

Flood Damage Assessments Using Spatial Data 

Management Techniques, 

W80-03589 1310 6A 

Spatial Data Analysis of Nonstructural Meas- 
ures, 
W80-03590 1310 6A 

Environmental Management of Multipurpose 
Reservoirs Subject to Fluctuating Flood Pools, 
W80-04204 1313 6G 

Optimizing Flood Operation Rules, 

W80-04501 1314 6A 

Water Resources Development Act of 1978. 
W80-04594 1314 6E 

Estimating Costs and Benefits for Nonstructural 

Flood Control Measures, 

W80-04769 1314 6F 

Water Resources Development by the U.S. 
Army Corps of Engineers in North Carolina. 
W80-04770 1314 6B 

Analysis of Structural and Nonstructural Flood 
Control Measures Using Computer Program 
HEC-5C, 

W80-04772 1314 6A 



Flood Control and Arizona, 
W80-05078 



1315 6E 



An Automatic Hydraulic Structure to Open 
Sand Plugs at Stream Mouths on O'ahu, 
W80-05537 1317 4A 

The Red River Flood Control System and 

Recent Flood Events, 

W80-05818 1318 2E 

Flood Control System Component Optimiz- 

ation-HEC-1 Capability. 

W80-05926 1318 4A 

Coping with the One-in-ten-years Storm, 
W80-06074 1319 4A 



Optimum Spillway Breadth for Gravity Dams, 
W80-06097 1319 2H 

A Study of Detention in Urban Stormwater 

Management, 

W80-06262 1320 4A 

Detention Storage for Urban Flood Control. 
W80-06388 1321 2E 

Analyses of Water, Core Material, and Elutriate 
Samples Collected Near Sicily Island, Louisiana 
(Sicily Island Area Levee Project), 
W80-06517 1324 8B 

Dual Solution Offered to Flood Control Prob- 
lems. 
W80-06720 1324 8C 

FLOOD DAMAGE 

Rational Methods of Flood Control Planning in 

River Basin Development, 

W80-00435 1302 6A 

Floods of December 1978 in Kentucky, 
W80-00758 1302 2E 

Coastal Flood of February 7, 1978, in Maine, 
Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, 
W80-01420 1304 2E 

Floods in Central Texas, August 1978, 
W80-01440 1304 2E 

Adequacy of Data Resources for the Needs of 
the Consulting Engineer to Local Government, 
W80-02806 1308 8B 

Flood Losses: Why Can't We Answer Every- 
one's Questions, 
W80-02807 1308 2E 

Expanded Flood Plain Information Study: Row- 
lett Creek, Dallas and Collin Counties, Texas. 
W80-02856 1308 2E 

Flood Hazard Study, Little Calfpasture River - 
Grassy Run, Augusta County, Virginia. 
W80-03314 1310 2E 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume XIV-Appendix M, Flood Con- 
trol. 
W80-03569 1310 2E 

The Development and Servicing of Spatial Data 
Management Techniques in the Corps of Engi- 
neers, 
W80-03588 1310 6A 

Flood Damage Assessments Using Spatial Data 

Management Techniques, 

W80-03589 1310 6A 

Spatial Data Analysis of Nonstructural Meas- 
ures, 
W80-03590 1310 6A 

A Cultural Resource Survey of the Teton Re- 
placement Farmland, Jefferson County, Idaho, 
W80-03778 1311 6B 



Four Floods Almost Wreck Coffer Dams. 
W80-06450 1321 



8A 



Flood of April 1977 in the Appalachian Region 
of Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Vir- 
ginia, 
W80-06795 1324 2E 

FLOOD DAMAGE REDUCTION 

The Canada Water Act Annual Report, 1978- 

1979. 

W80-03583 1310 6E 

FLOOD DAMGE 

Post-Flood Recovery and Hazard Mitigation: 
Lessons From the Massachusetts Coast, Febru- 
ary, 1978, 
W80-06156 1319 6F 



FLOOD DATA 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, Tallahala Creek at Waldrup, Mis- 
sissippi, 
W80-00241 1301 6A 

Flood Hazard Analyses, Little Ossipee River, 
Towns of Acton, Newfield and Shapleigh, 
Maine, York County. 
W80-00535 1302 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information Report: 
Tygart River, Taylor County, West Virginia, 
W80-0O538 1302 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Baton Rouge, Louisi- 
ana, No 4, Hurricane Creek, Monte Sano Bayou 
and Tributaries, 
W8O-O0541 1302 2E 

Floods of December 1978 in Kentucky, 
W8O-O0758 1302 2E 

Probability Analysis of Historical Flood Data, 
W80-01279 1304 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Cucharas River and 

Tributaries, La Veta, Colorado, 

W80-01400 1304 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Cucharas River and 

Tributaries, Walsenburg, Colorado, 

W80-01401 1304 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Gilmore Creek, Burns 
Valley Creek, Pleasant Valley Creek, Vicinity of 
Winona, Minnesota, 
W80-01403 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Yampa River and 

Tributaries, Craig, Colorado, 

W80-01414 1304 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Pearl River, Bogue 

Lusa and Coburn Creeks Vicinity of Bogalusa, 

LA. 

W80-02017 1306 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Upper White Rock 

Creek, Piano, Texas. 

W80-02019 1306 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Marine Creek, Fort 

Worth, Texas. 

W 80-02020 1306 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Parts I and II: Taos 

County - New Mexico. 

W80-02021 1306 2E 

Comprehensive Framework Study-California 
Region: Appendix IX-Flood Control. 
W80-02034 1306 4A 

Adequacy of Data Resources for the Needs of 
the Consulting Engineer to Local Government, 
W80-02806 1308 8B 

Flood Losses: Why Can't We Answer Every- 
one's Questions, 
W80-02807 1308 2E 

Flood Hazard Study - Berkley Creek and Tri- 
butaries, Hall County, Texas. 
W80-04103 1312 2E 

Flood Hazard Study Tallasseehatchee Creek and 
Tributaries in Vicinity of Jacksonville, Alabama. 
W80-04611 1314 2E 

Analysis of Arizona Flood Data Network for 

Regional Information, 

W80-05706 1318 7 A 

FLOOD DISCHARGE 

Effects of Urbanization on the Magnitude and 
Frequency of Floods in Northeastern Illinois, 
W80-00769 1302 4C 



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FLOOD DISCHARGE 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Floods in Central Texas, August 1978, 
W80-01440 1304 2E 

Flood of April 1977 in the Appalachian Region 
of Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Vir- 
ginia, 
W80-06795 1324 2E 

FLOOD FLOW 

Flood Profiles of the Pithlachascotee River, 

West-Central Florida, 

W80-00225 1301 2E 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, Tallahala Creek at Waldrup, Mis- 
sissippi, 
W80-00241 1301 6A 

Note on the Distribution of Flood Maxima for 

Random Sample Size, 

W80-00611 1302 2E 

Effects of Drainage Projects on Surface Runoff 

from Wetland Topography of the North Central 

States, 

W80-01263 1304 4 A 

Flood Hazard Information: Yampa River and 

Tributaries, Craig, Colorado, 

W80-01414 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Analyses: North Fork - New 
River, Ashe County, North Carolina. 
W80-02030 1306 2E 

Flood Hazard Analyses: Ararat River, Surry 

County, North Carolina. 

W80-02031 1306 2E 

Potential Hazards from Floodflows and Debris 
Movement in the Furnace Creek Area, Death 
Valley National Monument, California-Nevada, 
W80-02591 1307 2J 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 
River & Tributaries, Great Bend, Kansas. 
W80-02849 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Clearwater 
Creek, Rice Creek Watershed, Centerville, Lino 
Lakes, Hugo, Minnesota. 
W80-02850 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Gypsum and 

Dry Creeks, Wichita, Kansas. 

W80-02851 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information Report: 

Sandy Lick Creek, City of Dubois, Clearfield 
County, Pennsylvania. 

W80-02852 1308 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Missouri River, Bis- 
marck-Burleigh County, North Dakota. 
W80-02873 1308 2E 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, Yockanookany River Near Tho- 
mastown, Mississippi, 
W80-05721 1318 2E 

Adoption of Flood Flow Frequency Estimates 

at Ungaged Locations, 

W80-05928 1318 2E 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, West Fork Amite River Near Lib- 
erty, Mississippi, 
W80-06348 1321 6A 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, Thompson Creek Near Clara, Mis- 
sissippi, 
W80-O6353 1321 6A 



FLOOD FORECASTING 

Field Projects Executed by WMO on Flood 
Forecasting and Warning, Using Radar and/or 
Integrated Telemetry Systems. 
W80-00338 1301 2E 

A Telemetry System Working Through the 

Public Telephone Network, 

W80-00339 1301 2E 

Real-Time Flood Forecasting for Southern Cali- 
fornia, 
W 80-00340 1301 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information Report: 
Tygart River, Taylor County, West Virginia, 
W80-00538 1302 2E 

A Dimensionally Homogeneous and Statistically 

Optimal Model for Predicting Mean Annual 

Flood, 

W80-00747 1302 2E 

Flood Profiles Along the Cedar River, King 

County, Washington, 

W80-00760 1302 2E 

Technique for Estimating the Magnitude and 
Frequency of Floods in St. Louis County, Mis- 
souri, 
W80-00762 1302 2E 



Early Flood Warning System, 
W80-00889 



1303 2E 



Flood Hazard Information: Yampa River and 

Tributaries, Craig, Colorado, 

W80-01414 1304 2E 

A Short-Term Flood Forecasting Model Based 

on Retention Hysteresis, 

W80-01820 1305 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Cibolo 

Creek, Presidio & Shafter, Texas. 

W80-02855 1308 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Missouri River, Bis- 
marck-Burleigh County, North Dakota. 
W80-02873 1308 2E 

Computer Simulation of Storm Surges and River 

Flooding in Mobile Bay, 

W80-03088 1309 2L 

Rainfall Measurements by Weather Radar: Ap- 
plications to Hydrology, 
W80-03929 1312 7B 

Use of Extreme Value Theory in Estimating 
Flood Peaks from Mixed Populations, 
W80-04015 1312 2E 

Flood Hazard Study - Berkley Creek and Tri- 
butaries, Hall County, Texas. 
W80-04103 1312 2E 

The Design of a Flood Forecasting Procedure 
for the Klang River at Kuala Lumpur, 
W80-04536 1314 2E 

Floods in Georgia, Magnitude and Frequency, 
W80-04546 1314 2E 

Techniques for Estimating Magnitude and Fre- 
quency of Floods on Rural Unregulated Streams 
in New York State, Excluding Long Island, 
W80-04556 1314 2E 

NWS Operational Dynamic Wave Model, 
W80-05198 1316 2E 

A Plan for Study of Flood Hydrology of Foot- 
hill Streams in Colorado, 
W80-05876 1318 2E 

Regional Flood-Frequency Relations for West 

Central Florida, 

W80-06064 1319 2E 



Effect of Tail Behavior Assumptions a 

Predictions, 

W80-06154 1319 2E 

Water Availability and Flood Hazards in the 

John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, 

Oregon, 

W80-06354 1321 2E 

The April '79 Floods of the Pearl and Tombig- 
bee Rivers. April 1979 - A Report to the Admin- 
istrator. 
W80-06454 1324 2E 

FLOOD FREQUENCY 

Flood Elevations for the Sooes River at Pro- 
posed Fish Hatchery, Clallam County, Washing- 
ton - A Surface-Water Site Study, 
W80-00231 1301 81 

Special Flood Hazard Information Report: 
Tygart River, Taylor County, West Virginia, 
W80-00538 1302 2E 

Flood Profiles Along the Cedar River, King 

County, Washington, 

W80-00760 1302 2E 

Effects of Urbanization on the Magnitude and 
Frequency of Floods in Northeastern Illinois, 
W80-00769 1302 4C 

Assessment of Fitting Techniques for the Log 

Pearson Type 3 Distribution using Monte Carlo 

Simulation, 

W80-00947 1303 2E 



Map Skew, 
W 80-0 1026 



1303 2E 



Probability Analysis of Historical Flood Data, 
W80-01279 1304 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Cucharas River and 

Tributaries, La Veta, Colorado, 

W80-01400 1304 2E 

Flood Flow Frequency by SCS-TR-20 Comput- 
er Program, 

W80-01876 1305 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Kuskokwim River, 

McGrath, Alaska. 

W80-02014 1306 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Upper White Rock 

Creek, Piano, Texas. 

W80-O2O19 1306 2E 

Flood Frequency Estimates on Alluvial Fans, 
W80-02342 1306 2E 

Floods in Puerto Rico, Magnitude and Frequen- 
cy, 
W80-03161 1309 2E 

Floods in Georgia, Magnitude and Frequency, 
W80-04546 1314 2E 

Techniques for Estimating Magnitude and Fre- 
quency of Floods on Rural Unregulated Streams 
in New York State, Excluding Long Island, 
W80-04556 1314 2E 

Regional Drought and Flood Frequency Analy- 
sis: Theoretical Consideration, 
W80-04618 1314 6 A 

Simulation of Wetlands Forest Vegetation Dy- 
namics, 
W80-04860 1315 21 

Probability Weighted Moments Compared with 
Some Traditional Techniques in Estimating 
Gumbel Parameters and Quantiles, 
W80-05703 1318 2E 

Approximate Method for Quick Flood Plain 

Mapping, 

W80-05823 1318 2E 



SU-154 



SUBJECT INDEX 



FLOOD PLAINS 



Estimation of Parameters and Quantiles of 

Wakeby Distributions. 1. Known Lower 

Bounds, 

W80-05873 1318 2E 

Estimation of parameters and Quantiles of 

Wakby Distributions. 2. Unknown Lower 

Bounds, 

W80-05874 1318 2E 

Adoption of Flood Flow Frequency Estimates 

at Ungaged Locations, 

W80-05928 1318 2E 

Log Pearson Type 3 Distribution: A General- 
ized Evaluation, 
W80-05949 1318 2E 

Regional Flood-Frequency Relations for West 

Central Florida, 

W80-06064 1319 2E 

Annual Peak Discharges From Small Drainage 
Areas in Montana Through September 1979, 
W80-06528 1324 2E 

FLOOD FREQUENCY ANALYSIS 

Regional Drought and Flood Frequency Analy- 
sis: Theoretical Consideration, 
W80-04618 1314 6A 

FLOOD HISTORICAL DATA 

Probability Analysis of Historical Flood Data, 
W80-01279 1304 2E 

FLOOD INSURANCE 

Flood Insurance or Disaster Loans: An Eco- 
nomic Evaluation, 
W80-00492 1302 6B 

Type 16 Flood Insurance Study: Tsunami Pre- 
dictions for the West Coast of the Continental 
United States, 
W80-03556 1310 2E 

FLOOD INSURANCE STUDIES 

Flood Flow Frequency by SCS-TR-20 Comput- 
er Program, 
W80-01876 1305 2E 

FLOOD MAXIMA 

Note on the Distribution of Flood Maxima for 

Random Sample Size, 

W8O-O0611 1302 2E 

FLOOD PEAK 

Statistical Terminology: Definitions and Inter- 
pretation for Flood Peak Estimation, 
W80-OO729 1302 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Animas River and 
Hermosa Creek, Hermosa, Colorado, 
W80-01412 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Yampa River and 

Tributaries, Craig, Colorado, 

W80-01414 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Colorado River and 
Tributaries, Grand Junction, Colorado, 
W80-01415 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Analyses: North Fork - New 
River, Ashe County, North Carolina. 
W80-02030 1306 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 
River, Anderson and King Arroyos, La Junta, 
Otero County, CO. 
W80-02854 1308 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Missouri River, Bis- 
marck-Burleigh County, North Dakota. 
W80-02873 1308 2E 

FLOOD PEAKS 

Use of Extreme Value Theory in Estimating 
Flood Peaks from Mixed Populations, 
W80-O4O15 1312 2E 



FLOOD PLAIN INSURANCE 

Coastal Hazards and National Policy: A Jury- 

Rig Approach, 

W80-00370 1301 6E 

Flood Hazard Information: Animas River and 
Hermosa Creek, Hermosa, Colorado, 
W80-01412 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Yampa River and 

Tributaries, Craig, Colorado, 

W80-01414 1304 2E 

Flood-Plain Management: Administrative Prob- 
lems and Public Responses, 
W80-02473 1307 6F 

Flood Hazard Identification and Flood Plain 

Management on Alluvial Fans, 

W80-05264 1316 2E 

Post-Flood Recovery and Hazard Mitigation: 
Lessons From the Massachusetts Coast, Febru- 
ary, 1978, 
W80-06156 1319 6F 

FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT 

Comprehensive Framework Study-California 
Region: Appendix IX-Flood Control. 
W80-02034 1306 4 A 

Flood-Plain Management: Administrative Prob- 
lems and Public Responses, 
W80-02473 1307 6F 

The Development and Servicing of Spatial Data 
Management Techniques in the Corps of Engi- 
neers, 
W80-03588 1310 6A 

Flood Damage Assessments Using Spatial Data 

Management Techniques, 

W80-03589 1310 6A 

Spatial Data Analysis of Nonstructural Meas- 
ures, 
W80-03590 1310 6 A 

Analysis of Structural and Nonstructural Flood 

Control Measures Using Computer Program 

HEC-5C, 

W80-04772 1314 6A 

FLOOD PLAIN SIMULATION FACILITY 

A Summary of Measured Hydraulic Data for the 
Series of Steady and Unsteady Flow Experi- 
ments Over Patterned Roughness, 
W80-05722 1318 2F 

FLOOD PLAIN ZONING 

Coastal Hazards and National Policy: A Jury- 

Rig Approach, 

W8O-O037O 1301 6E 

Flood Hazard Information: Colorado River and 
Tributaries, Grand Junction, Colorado, 
W80-01415 1304 2E 

Flood-Plain Management: Administrative Prob- 
lems and Public Responses, 
W80-02473 1307 6F 

Flood Hazard Study TaHasseehatch.ee Creek and 
Tributaries in Vicinity of Jacksonville, Alabama. 
W80-04611 1314 2E 



Flood Control and Arizona, 
W80-05078 



1315 6E 



Urbanization Effects and the Control of the Sur- 
face Runoff Process in Small Watersheds, 
W80-06558 1324 4A 

FLOOD PLAINS 

Flood Profiles of the Pithlachascotee River, 

West-Central Florida, 

W8O-O0225 1301 2E 



Rational Methods of Flood Control Planning in 

River Basin Development, 

W80-0O435 1302 6A 

The United States Experience in Flood Plain 

Management, 

W80-0O459 1302 6F 

Flood Plain Information: Baton Rouge, Louisi- 
ana, No 4, Hurricane Creek, Monte Sano Bayou 
and Tributaries, 
W8O-0O541 1302 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Gilmore Creek, Burns 
Valley Creek, Pleasant Valley Creek, Vicinity of 
Winona, Minnesota, 
W80-01403 1304 2E 

Flood Insurance Program: Regional Agency's 

Perspective, 

W80-01686 1305 4A 

Floodplain Services Available from the Illinois 

State Water Survey, 

W80-01800 1305 10D 

Flood Plain Information: Dry Creek, Boulder 

County-Weld County, Colorado. 

W80-02015 1306 2E 

The Effect of Flooding on Length of Residency 

in the White-Footed Mouse, Peromyscus Leuco- 

pus, 

W80-02311 1306 21 

Density, Biomass, and Energetics of the Bird 
and Small Mammal Populations of an Illinois 
Deciduous Forest, 
W80-02312 1306 21 

The Inundation Zone of the Niger as an Envi- 
ronment for Palaearctic Migrants, 
W80-02328 1306 21 

Flood Hazard Study - Marlborough, New 
Hampshire: Minnewawa Brook, Robbins Brook, 
and South Branch Ashuelot River. 
W80-02729 1308 2E 

A Process for Community Flood Plain Manage- 
ment. 
W80-03079 1309 6A 

Forest Overstory Vegetation and Environment 

on the Missouri River Floodplain in North 

Dakota, 

W80-03168 1309 21 

Flood Hazard Study, Little Calfpasture River - 
Grassy Run, Augusta County, Virginia. 
W80-03314 1310 2E 

Welsh Floodplain Studies, II. Application of a 

Qualitative Inundation Model, 

W80-04511 1314 2E 

Point Bar and Floodplain Formation of the Me- 
andering Beatton River, Northeastern British 
Columbia, Canada, 
W80-05144 1316 2J 

A Summary of Measured Hydraulic Data for the 
Series of Steady and Unsteady Flow Experi- 
ments Over Patterned Roughness, 
W80-05722 1318 2F 

The Impact of Nonstructural Flood Abatement 
Measures on Patterns of Industrial Location, 
W80-06011 1319 6F 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, Thompson Creek Near Clara, Mis- 
sissippi, 
W80-06353 1321 6A 

Distribution and Budgets of Carbon, Phospho- 
rus, Iron and Manganese in a Floodplain Swamp 
Ecosystem, 
W80-06694 1324 5C 



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FLOOD PLAINS 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Two-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis of 
the Hydraulic Effect of Highway Bridge Fills in 
a Complex Flood Plain, 
W80-06921 1324 2E 

FLOOD PLANS 

Flood-Prone Area Maps at Three Sites Along 
the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Alaska, 

W80-05875 1318 2E 

FLOOD PROFILES 

Flood Profiles of the Pithlachascotee River, 

West-Central Florida, 

W80-00225 1301 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Bayou Bonfouca- 
Bayou Vincent W-14 Main Diversion Canal 
Doubloon Branch-French Branch, Slidell, Lou- 
isiana and Vicinity, 
W80-00536 1302 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information Report: 
Tygart River, Taylor County, West Virginia, 
W80-00538 1302 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Baton Rouge, Louisi- 
ana, No. 5, Cypress Bayou and Tributaries, 
W80-00540 1302 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Baton Rouge, Louisi- 
ana, No 4, Hurricane Creek, Monte Sano Bayou 
and Tributaries, 
W80-00541 1302 2E 

Flood Profiles Along the Cedar River, King 

County, Washington, 

W80-00760 1302 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Gilmore Creek, Burns 
Valley Creek, Pleasant Valley Creek, Vicinity of 
Winona, Minnesota, 
W80-01403 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Animas River and 
Hermosa Creek, Hermosa, Colorado, 
W80-01412 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Colorado River and 

Tributaries: Fruita, CO, 

W80-01413 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Yampa River and 

Tributaries, Craig, Colorado, 

W80-01414 1304 2E 

Flood Hydrology of Butte Basin, 1973-77 Water 
Years, Sacramento Valley, California, 
W80-01589 1304 2E 

Floodway Determination Computer Program. 
W80-01710 1305 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Dry Creek, Boulder 

County-Weld County, Colorado. 

W80-02015 1306 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Shreveport, Louisiana, 
No. 2, Brush Bayou and Tributaries. 
W80-02016 1306 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Marine Creek, Fort 

Worth, Texas. 

W80-02020 1306 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Parts I and II: Taos 

County - New Mexico. 

W80-02021 1306 2E 

Flood Hazard Analyses: North Fork - New 
River, Ashe County, North Carolina. 
W80-020W 1306 2E 

Flood Hazard Analyses: Ararat River, Surry 

County, North Carolina. 

W80-02031 1306 2E 



Flood Hazard Study ~ Marlborough, New 
Hampshire: Minnewawa Brook, Robbins Brook, 
and South Branch Ashuelot River. 
W80-02729 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Wolf Creek, 

Granada, Colorado. 

W80-02848 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 
River & Tributaries, Great Bend, Kansas. 
W80-02849 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Clearwater 
Creek, Rice Creek Watershed, Centerville, Lino 
Lakes, Hugo, Minnesota. 
W80-02850 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 

River, Anderson and King Arroyos, La Junta, 
Otero County, CO. 

W80-02854 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Cibolo 

Creek, Presidio & Shafter, Texas. 

W80-02855 1308 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: San Marcos and 

Blanco Rivers, San Marcos, Texas. 

W80-02872 1308 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Missouri River, Bis- 
marck-Burleigh County, North Dakota. 
W80-02873 1308 2E 

Flood Hazard Study Tallasseehatchee Creek and 
Tributaries in Vicinity of Jacksonville, Alabama. 
W80-04611 1314 2E 

Guidelines for Calculating and Routing A Dam- 
Break Flood, 
W80-05830 1318 2E 

FLOOD PROTECTION 

Flood Hazard Information: Yampa River and 

Tributaries, Craig, Colorado, 

W80-01414 1304 2E 

Comprehensive Framework Study-California 
Region: Appendix IX-Flood Control. 
W80-02034 1306 4A 

The National Flood Insurance Program and 

Wetland Protection, 

W80-02274 1306 6F 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Wolf Creek, 

Granada, Colorado. 

W80-02848 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Clearwater 
Creek, Rice Creek Watershed, Centerville, Lino 
Lakes, Hugo, Minnesota. 
W80-02850 1308 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Missouri River, Bis- 
marck-Burleigh County, North Dakota. 
W80-02873 1308 2E 

Ohio River Basin Study-Comprehensive 
Survey: Volume XIV-Appendix M, Flood Con- 
trol. 
W80-03569 1310 2E 

Spatial Data Analysis of Nonstructural Meas- 
ures, 
W80-03590 1310 6A 

Water Resource Policies and Authorities: Feder- 
al Participation in Shore, Hurricane, Tidal and 
Lake Flood Protection (Final Rule). 
W80-03877 1311 6E 

Efficiency Impacts of Cost Sharing on Shoreline 

Management, 

W80-04917 1315 6E 



Flood Control and Arizona, 
W80-05078 



1315 6E 



The Red River Flood Control System and 

Recent Flood Events, 

W80-05818 1318 2E 

A Model for Floodplain Management in Urban- 
izing Areas, 
W80-06319 1320 4A 

FLOOD RECOVERY HELP 

Post-Flood Recovery and Hazard Mitigation: 
Lessons From the Massachusetts Coast, Febru- 
ary, 1978, 
W80-06156 1319 6F 

FLOOD RECURRENCE INTERVAL 

Flood Profiles of the Pithlachascotee River, 

West-Central Florida, 

W80-00225 1301 2E 

Summer Flooding at Chicago and Possible Rela- 
tionships to Urban-Increased Heavy Rainfall, 
W80-05766 1318 2B 

FLOOD ROUTING 

A Storage Routing Model Based on Catchment 

Geomorphology, 

W80-00590 1302 2E 

Critical Examination of the Muskingum Method, 
W80-02687 1307 2E 

Flow Routing in the Susquehanna River Basin: 
Part II Low-Flow Frequency Characteristics of 
the Susquehanna River Between Waverly, New 
York and Sunbury, Pennsylvania, 
W80-03163 1309 6A 

A Generalized Approach to Kinematic Rood 

Routing, 

W80-03732 1311 2E 

Approximate Flood Routing Methods: A 

Review, 

W80-04208 1313 2E 

New Routing Model for Continuous Runoff 

Simulation, 

W80-04831 1315 2E 

The Numerical Dispersion of the Muskingum 

Method, 

W80-05215 1316 2E 

Comparison of Muskingum Method Difference 

Schemes, 

W80-05843 1318 2E 

Introduction and Application of Kinematic 
Wave Routing Techniques Using HEC-1, 
W80-05929 1318 2E 

FLOOD STAGES 

Flood Hazard Analyses, Little Ossipee River, 
Towns of Acton, Newfield and Shapleigh, 
Maine, York County. 
W80-00535 1302 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Bayou Bonfouca- 
Bayou Vincent W-14 Main Diversion Canal 
Doubloon Branch-French Branch, Slidell, Lou- 
isiana and Vicinity, 
W80-00536 1302 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Yampa River and 

Tributaries, Craig, Colorado, 

W80-01414 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Information: Colorado River and 
Tributaries, Grand Junction, Colorado, 
W80-01415 1304 2E 

Flood Hydrology of Butte Basin, 1973-77 Water 
Years, Sacramento Valley, California, 
W80-01589 1304 2E 

Flood Hazard Analyses: North Fork - New 
River, Ashe County, North Carolina. 
W80-02030 1 306 2E 



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Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 
River & Tributaries, Great Bend, Kansas. 
W80-02849 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information Report: 

Sandy Lick Creek, City of Dubois, Clearfield 
County, Pennsylvania. 

W80-02852 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Arkansas 
River, Anderson and King Arroyos, La Junta, 
Otero County, CO. 
W80-02854 1308 2E 

Special Flood Hazard Information: Cibolo 

Creek, Presidio & Shafter, Texas. 

W80-02855 1308 2E 

Flood Plain Information: Missouri River, Bis- 
marck-Burleigh County, North Dakota. 
W80-02873 1308 2E 

Two-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis of 
the Hydraulic Effect of Highway Bridge Fills in 
a Complex Flood Plain, 
W80-06921 1324 2E 

FLOOD WAVES 

A Generalized Approach to Kinematic Flood 

Routing, 

W80-03732 1311 2E 



Subcritical Kinematic Streamflow, 
W80-05213 



1316 2E 



Applicability of Kinematic and Diffusion 

Models, 

W80-05214 1316 2E 

Dimensionless Graphs of Floods from Ruptured 

Dams, 

W80-05829 1318 2E 

FLOODFLOW DATA 

Backwater at Bridges and Densely Wooded 
Flood Plains, Yockanookany River Near Tho- 
mastown, Mississippi, 
W80-05721 1318 2E 

FLOODING 

The Influence of Salinity, Inundation and Tem- 
perature on the Germination of Some Halo- 
phytes and Non-Halophytes, 
W80-00022 1301 21 

Flood Plain Information: Ohio River, Hancock 

County, Kentucky, 

W80-00537 1302 2E 

Fl